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August 19, 2014
PaPREPS Top Five Highlights of The Week
[email protected] The highlights can only contain plays from that week's games and have to be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Monday nights.Every Tuesday, PaPREPS will feature the Top 5 highlight videos from the previous weekend. Videos can be submitted by emailing us at
NOTE: You can only be considered if you email the video. You can also submit them via twitter @jcleezy3000. CONTEST IS OVER FOR THIS WEEK, DO NOT SEND ME ANY VIDEOS UNTIL AFTER YOUR SECOND SCRIMMAGE.
5. Nick Rinella - 5'9", 164 - LaSalle College - 2016 - ATH
Rinella is one of those players that are "sneaky" good. As you can see from the highlights, he's the type of player that is effective at doing a little bit of everything. Rinella can run, catch, tackle, and cover.
4. Neil Sattlewhite - 6'0", 185- West Catholic Prep - 2015 - LB/TE
Sattlewhite looks like he was pretty active during the scrimmage against Bonner-Prendergast. He shows good speed coming off the
edge as a pass-rusher.
3. Breon Coke - 6'1", 215- Mechanicsburg - 2015 - Linebacker/Tight End
The "bully" factor his very high on this highlight reel. Coke puts on a clinic on blocking as he puts numerous defenders on their backsides. Coke also shows that he has a very quick first step coming off the edge.
2.John Chaney - Roman Catholic - 2015 - Athlete
He's being recruited on the defensive side of the ball, but Chaney has the speed to make noise on the offensive side of the ball as well. With more touches and improved speed, Chaney should get more looks during the 2014 season.
1. D.J. Moore - Imotep Charter - 2015 - Wide Receiver
D.J. Moore takes the top spot this week. Moore displays all of the skills that have made him arguably the top wide receiver in the 2015 class and entire state. What stands out is his improved explosiveness and ability to make defenders miss in closed space. He also took some hand-offs as well, so you can guess that Moore will be getting the football in his hands in every way possible.