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January 18, 2006 | By Rob Parent INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Matt Leddy, a standout at tight end for Catholic League Red Division champion St. Joseph's Prep, has issued an oral commitment to attend Elon University in North Carolina on a football scholarship. Elon, a Division I-AA program in the Southern Conference, is coached by Pete Lembo, who was hired away from Lehigh last month. "All he's done everywhere he's gone is win," Leddy said of Lembo. "With the new coaching staff there, it's going to be a great program. " Leddy, who also played defensive end for the Hawks, was second on the team this year with 316 receiving yards, though he played through an injury.
SPORTS
September 9, 1993 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Near the end of last season, Oxford football coach Dennis Baumgardner promised Nate Burroughs a crack at fullback this year. Burroughs, a tight end in 1992, has the size, quickness and blocking ability to be a solid fullback. But Baumgardner was forced to make some changes that will reduce Burroughs' chances of playing that position. "We had to switch Nate from tight end to tackle - out of necessity," explained Baumgardner, whose team is thin on the offensive line. "We must have seven linemen and 13 wide receivers," he said with a chuckle.
NEWS
August 26, 1993 | By Jeremy Treatman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Johnny Jones is a quick learner. Last season, in his first game for the Glen Mills varsity football team, the 6-foot, 5-inch, 225-pound tight end was assigned to block for running back Keno Shawell against Berwick High's Jason Sobelski, a 270-pound defensive lineman now at Pitt, and against 220-pounder Brad Kishbaugh, who's now at Temple. Berwick was considered the No. 1 team in the country last season. Jones ended up doing a good job despite the Bulls' 33-6 road loss. The assignment was even more difficult the following week - on the road against Valdosta (Ga.)
NEWS
January 26, 1995 | By James Cordrey and Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENTS
For Anthony Becht, the uneasiness has ended. It disappeared Sunday when Becht, a wide receiver and tight end for Monsignor Bonner, gave an oral commitment to attend West Virginia on a football scholarship in September. Becht felt uneasy about what college he would attend after he helped Bonner to its first Catholic League football title in 33 years. The 6-foot-6, 205- pounder caught 46 passes for 755 yards this season, but while he was successful on the field, he was finding nothing but frustration in the recruiting game.
NEWS
September 16, 1994 | By Bob Hoffman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Show Ray Wilks a shot-put circle or a football field and he knows what to do. Just about everything. Wilks, not yet 17 years old and a senior at Bridgeton, won Group 3 state championships in the spring in the discus and shot put. At the Meet of Champions, he won the shot put and placed second in the discus. Each fall, Wilks takes his athletic gifts to the football field, where he plays just about wherever he wants to play, including the defensive line. All of this is not bad for a guy who's listed at 6-foot-1, 205 pounds.
SPORTS
June 29, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cheltenham quarterback Brandon Mack isn't sure what position he will play in college, but he knows where he will be playing. Mack, a senior-to-be, made an oral commitment over the weekend to Temple, which also received a commitment from Kareem Gaulden, a defensive back from Lincoln High in Jersey City, N.J. Both players announced their intentions on Twitter, and a person familiar with Temple recruiting confirmed the information. Gaulden and Mack recently attended a Temple football camp.
SPORTS
January 31, 2016 | By Zach Berman, STAFF WRITER
Brent Celek couldn't sleep on Monday night. It was his 31st birthday, and the details had been finalized on a new three-year deal. Celek put pen to paper on that contract Friday. The Eagles tight end called it "one of the greatest days of my life. " Celek signed contracts that were more lucrative than this deal, which a league source said pays him $13 million, with $6 million guaranteed. But this deal likely ensures that Celek will finish his career where it started. "This is the greatest city to play for in the NFL," Celek said.
NEWS
October 12, 1987 | By Diane Pucin, Inquirer Staff Writer
It was last fall, on the trip back to West Chester from his official recruiting visit to the University of Pittsburgh, that Eric Seaman almost caused a major pileup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. His mother, Barbara, was asleep in the back seat. His father, Norton, was concentrating on the monotonous stretch of highway when Eric asked what Norton thought of Pitt. "I liked it," said Norton Seaman cautiously. "So did I," said Eric. "That's where I'm going. " "Dad was so excited," recalled Eric Seaman, "that he almost drove off the road.
SPORTS
April 27, 2013
Day 1 LANE JOHNSON First round, fourth overall Position: Tackle College: Oklahoma Size: 6-foot-6, 303 pounds Hometown: Groveton, Texas Skinny: A former high school and junior college quarterback, Johnson moved to tackle only two years ago. He played both left and right tackle for the Sooners and said he is comfortable on either side. But he is likely to be the starter at right tackle. He started at tackle his final two college games then rose up the draft chart after the Senior Bowl and the combine.
NEWS
January 19, 1987 | By Steve Wartenberg, Special to The Inquirer
In the end, the University of Pittsburgh won out. After visiting the school Jan. 10 and 11, West Chester East football star Eric Seaman made a verbal commitment to attend. Under college rules, he is allowed to sign a letter of intent after Feb. 11. Seaman, a 6-foot-4, 235-pound tight end and defensive end for the Vikings, was named to The Inquirer's all-area team for the season. Although he had visited Notre Dame and was scheduled to visit Syracuse and Rutgers, Seaman said that the minute he stepped on Pitt's campus, he knew it would be his choice.
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