Your School's All-21st Century Team (2001-present)

Worm02

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Started to make this an "All-Decade" topic, but instead, let's make it a bit more ineteresting by adding the first ten years of the millennium. I'll start...

Warren G. Harding High School
*played his sophomore season at WGH, but graduated from IMG Academy in Florida

OL- '05 Dante Campbell: Kent State
OL- '05 Rocco Cironi: Michigan State
OL- '06 Levi George : Toledo
OL- '07 Chris Anzevino: Kent State
OL- '15 James Daniels: Iowa... current Chicago Bear
QB- '17 Lynn Bowden: current Kentucky Wildcat... declared for 2020 NFL Draft
FB- '02 David Herron Jr.: Michigan State... 4-year NFL career
TB- '02 Maurice Clarett: Ohio State
TE- '10 Marvin Logan: Kent State (track & field)
WR- '03 Treymayne Warfield: Indiana (track & field)
WR- '05 Mario Manningham: Michigan... 6-year NFL career

DL- '04 Anthony Hoke: Cincinnati
DL- '07 Marlin Parker: Toledo
DL- '15 Hjalte Froholdt: Arkansas... current New England Patriot*
DL- '15 Ja'von Provitt: Kentucky/Lakawana College
LB- '03 James Johnson: military
LB- '05 Ben Elser: military
LB- '10 Lewellyn Coker: Syracuse
CB- '03 Mike Phillips: Pitt
FS- '07 Sidney Glover: West Virginia
SS- '03 Prescott Burgess: Michgan... 5-year NFL career
CB- '07 Chris Rucker: Michigan State... 1-year NFL career

K- '20 Noah Murry: undecided
P- '03 Mike Kokal: QB at Miami (OH)
KR/PR- '17 Lynn Bowden: current Kentucky Wildcat... declared for 2020 NFL Draft
LS- '03 Dimitrios Makridis: Ohio State
 

Steel Valley FB

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Started to make this an "All-Decade" topic, but instead, let's make it a bit more ineteresting by adding the first ten years of the millennium. I'll start...

Warren G. Harding High School
*played his sophomore season at WGH, but graduated from IMG Academy in Florida

OL- '05 Dante Campbell: Kent State
OL- '05 Rocco Cironi: Michigan State
OL- '06 Levi George : Toledo
OL- '07 Chris Anzevino: Kent State
OL- '15 James Daniels: Iowa... current Chicago Bear
QB- '17 Lynn Bowden: current Kentucky Wildcat... declared for 2020 NFL Draft
FB- '02 David Herron Jr.: Michigan State... 4-year NFL career
TB- '02 Maurice Clarett: Ohio State
TE- '10 Marvin Logan: Kent State (track & field)
WR- '03 Treymayne Warfield: Indiana (track & field)
WR- '05 Mario Manningham: Michigan... 6-year NFL career

DL- '04 Anthony Hoke: Cincinnati
DL- '07 Marlin Parker: Toledo
DL- '15 Hjalte Froholdt: Arkansas... current New England Patriot*
DL- '15 Ja'von Provitt: Kentucky/Lakawana College
LB- '03 James Johnson: military
LB- '05 Ben Elser: military
LB- '10 Lewellyn Coker: Syracuse
CB- '03 Mike Phillips: Pitt
FS- '07 Sidney Glover: West Virginia
SS- '03 Prescott Burgess: Michgan... 5-year NFL career
CB- '07 Chris Rucker: Michigan State... 1-year NFL career

K- '20 Noah Murry: undecided
P- '03 Mike Kokal: QB at Miami (OH)
KR/PR- '17 Lynn Bowden: current Kentucky Wildcat... declared for 2020 NFL Draft
LS- '03 Dimitrios Makridis: Ohio State
Such a strong lineup that Boom Herron didn’t even make the team. When he left Ohio State, he was a top 10 all-time rushing Buckeye then had a decent NFL career. He was #1 all-time rushing for WGH, I believe, until Bowden came along.
 

Worm02

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Such a strong lineup that Boom Herron didn’t even make the team. When he left Ohio State, he was a top 10 all-time rushing Buckeye then had a decent NFL career. He was #1 all-time rushing for WGH, I believe, until Bowden came along.

Warren G. Harding Football ... Most Rushing Yards- Season
1. 2,277: Lynn Bowden in 2016
2. 2,249: Maurice Clarett in 2001
3. 1,901: Lynn Bowden in 2015
4. 1,801: John Henry Ziegler in 1974
5. 1,675: Kay'Ron Adams in 2018

Warren G. Harding Football ... Most Rushing Yards- Career
1. 4,178: Lynn Bowden from 2015-16
2. 4,153: Maurice Clarett from 1999-2001
3. 3,774: Daniel "Boom" Herron from 2003-06
4. 3,533: Kay'Ron Adams from 2016-18
5. 3,159: Keemari Murry from 2013-15
 

CCHS93

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For Toledo Central Catholic, I can think of a few. Ill have some trouble with the OL and DL though.

QB: DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame, Browns)
RB: Michael Warren (current RB at UC)
RB: Trayvon Wade
WR: Dane Sanzenbacher (OSU, Bears)
WR: Ryne Robinson (Miami, OH, NFL but I dont remember where)
TE: Keith Towbridge (Louisville)
OL: James Hudson (UC)
OL: Vinnie Klepner (Air Force)

DL: Dominique Kimble
DL: Demarko Craig
LB: Zach Sandwisch (WV)
LB: Paul Moses (Nebraska, Miami)
LB: Chris Green (Penn St, Toledo)

Central also had a FB play at Alabama and RB play at Iowa, but I dont remember their names. I believe an OL played in the NFL as well.
 

TroyTrojan05

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Troy Trojans

OL- '05 Ryan Custer: Vanderbilt
OL- '07 Jake Current: Wisconsin
OL- '14 Alex Dalton: Oklahoma
OL- '01 Kris Mick: South Carolina
OL- '07 Chris Saunders: Mount Union
QB- ‘17 Hayden Kotwica: Capital
FB- '09 Matt Allen
TB- '19 Jaydon Culp Bishop
TE- '19 Spencer Klopfenstein
WR- '09 Alex Carter: Bowling Green
WR- '12 Ian Dunaway

DL- '05 Todd Denlinger: Ohio State
DL- '15 Marco Anverse
DL- '17 Will Brumfield: Air Force
DL- '18 Christian Nation
LB- '19 Sam Jackson: Eastern Michigan
LB- '07 Brandon Massie
LB- '12 Chris Blair
CB- '19 Weston Smith
FS- '05 Shane Carter: Wisconsin
SS- 12’ Marcus Foster: Cincinnati
CB- '08 Jake Critchley

** some of these guys may have played college ball, I just am not for sure **
 
La Salle
QB Nick Watson
RB Jeremy Larkin
RB Cam Porter
WR Derek Kief
WR Devier Posey
TE Brent Celek
OL Luke Doerger
OL Thayer Munford?
OL Ben Vulhop
OL Andrew Jager
OL Dave Baumer
K Jake Seibert


DL Jordan Thompson
DL Ben Martin
DL Keenen Gibbs
LB Joe Burger
LB Jarrell White
LB Quinten Hebert
LB Nate Sparks
DB Da'Meak Brandon
DB Tre'Sean Smith
DB Julian Posey
DB Kevin Ferguson
P Drue Christman
RT Kendall Owens
 
La Salle
QB Nick Watson
RB Jeremy Larkin
RB Cam Porter
WR Derek Kief
WR Devier Posey
TE Brent Celek
OL Luke Doerger
OL Thayer Munford?
OL Ben Vulhop
OL Andrew Jager
OL Dave Baumer
K Jake Seibert


DL Jordan Thompson
DL Ben Martin
DL Keenen Gibbs
LB Joe Burger
LB Jarrell White
LB Quinten Hebert
LB Nate Sparks
DB Da'Meak Brandon
DB Tre'Sean Smith
DB Julian Posey
DB Kevin Ferguson
P Drue Christman
RT Kendall Owens
Backup OL instead of Munford: Ryan Leahy
 

troyboy73

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Troy Trojans

OL- '05 Ryan Custer: Vanderbilt
OL- '07 Jake Current: Wisconsin
OL- '14 Alex Dalton: Oklahoma
OL- '01 Kris Mick: South Carolina
OL- '07 Chris Saunders: Mount Union
QB- ‘17 Hayden Kotwica: Capital
FB- '09 Matt Allen
TB- '19 Jaydon Culp Bishop
TE- '19 Spencer Klopfenstein
WR- '09 Alex Carter: Bowling Green
WR- '12 Ian Dunaway

DL- '05 Todd Denlinger: Ohio State
DL- '15 Marco Anverse
DL- '17 Will Brumfield: Air Force
DL- '18 Christian Nation
LB- '19 Sam Jackson: Eastern Michigan
LB- '07 Brandon Massie
LB- '12 Chris Blair
CB- '19 Weston Smith
FS- '05 Shane Carter: Wisconsin
SS- 12’ Marcus Foster: Cincinnati
CB- '08 Jake Critchley

** some of these guys may have played college ball, I just am not for sure **
Matt Allen/Urbana
Spencer Klopfenstein/Ohio Dominican
 

irish_buffalo

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For Toledo Central Catholic, I can think of a few. Ill have some trouble with the OL and DL though.

QB: DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame, Browns)
RB: Michael Warren (current RB at UC)
RB: Trayvon Wade
WR: Dane Sanzenbacher (OSU, Bears)
WR: Ryne Robinson (Miami, OH, NFL but I dont remember where)
TE: Keith Towbridge (Louisville)
OL: James Hudson (UC)
OL: Vinnie Klepner (Air Force)

DL: Dominique Kimble
DL: Demarko Craig
LB: Zach Sandwisch (WV)
LB: Paul Moses (Nebraska, Miami)
LB: Chris Green (Penn St, Toledo)

Central also had a FB play at Alabama and RB play at Iowa, but I dont remember their names. I believe an OL played in the NFL as well.
Leave it to a damned Whitmer fan to clean this up for you. :LOL:

TOLEDO CENTRAL CATHOLIC

QB - 13' Deshone Kizer: Notre Dame - NFL
RB - 16' Michael Warren: Cincinnati (Ohio Mr. Football)
FB - 07' Brad Rogers: Iowa/08' Mike Marrow: Alabama/Nebraska
WR - 06' Dane Sanzenbacher: Ohio State - NFL
WR - 02' Ryne Robinson: Miami (OH) - NFL
WR - 18' Jase Bowen: Michigan State (MLB)
TE - 12' Keith Towbridge: Louisville - NFL
OL - 07' Eric Herman: Ohio U - NFL
OL - 09' Chris Boles: Illinois
OL - 14' Zach Harman: Duke
OL - 13' Antonione Miles: Toledo
OL - 09' Rob Cameron: Toledo

DL - 17' Demarko Craig: YSU
DL - 17' Dominque Kimble: Ashland U.
DL - 08' James Tarrant: Ohio U.
DL - 16' James Hudson: Michigan/Cincinnati
LB - 15' Zach Sandwisch: West Virginia
LB - 13' Chris Green: Toledo
LB - 13' Paul Moses: Maimi (OH)
LB - 05' Ryan Brown & Lee Marquette (for cchs1983)
LB - 17' Dallas Fields: Miami (OH)
DB - 12' Jayme Thompson: OSU/Indiana
DB - 17' Shaun Blue: Ashland U.
DB - 14' Marcus Winters: QB 14' Title Team: Trine University (All American DB)
DB - 14' Jeremiah Braswell: YSU (WR)

You guys have had about 6 punters and kickers go onto big time college since 2000. cchs1983 can help I'm sure.
 

CCHS93

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Leave it to a damned Whitmer fan to clean this up for you. :LOL:

TOLEDO CENTRAL CATHOLIC

QB - 13' Deshone Kizer: Notre Dame - NFL
RB - 16' Michael Warren: Cincinnati (Ohio Mr. Football)
FB - 07' Brad Rogers: Iowa/08' Mike Marrow: Alabama/Nebraska
WR - 06' Dane Sanzenbacher: Ohio State - NFL
WR - 02' Ryne Robinson: Miami (OH) - NFL
WR - 18' Jase Bowen: Michigan State (MLB)
TE - 12' Keith Towbridge: Louisville - NFL
OL - 07' Eric Herman: Ohio U - NFL
OL - 09' Chris Boles: Illinois
OL - 14' Zach Harman: Duke
OL - 13' Antonione Miles: Toledo
OL - 09' Rob Cameron: Toledo

DL - 17' Demarko Craig: YSU
DL - 17' Dominque Kimble: Ashland U.
DL - 08' James Tarrant: Ohio U.
DL - 16' James Hudson: Michigan/Cincinnati
LB - 15' Zach Sandwisch: West Virginia
LB - 13' Chris Green: Toledo
LB - 13' Paul Moses: Maimi (OH)
LB - 05' Ryan Brown & Lee Marquette (for cchs1983)
LB - 17' Dallas Fields: Miami (OH)
DB - 12' Jayme Thompson: OSU/Indiana
DB - 17' Shaun Blue: Ashland U.
DB - 14' Marcus Winters: QB 14' Title Team: Trine University (All American DB)
DB - 14' Jeremiah Braswell: YSU (WR)

You guys have had about 6 punters and kickers go onto big time college since 2000. cchs1983 can help I'm sure.
Thanks IB!! Team work makes the dream work!!
 

Worm02

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Not sure if anybody is going to do Cleveland Glenville, so let me give it a try...

OL- Aundrey Walker: USC
OL- Bryant Browning: Ohio State... NFL
OL- LeBron Daniel: Iowa
OL- Marcus Hall: Ohio State
OL- Shawntell Rowell: Ohio State
QB- Troy Smith: Ohio State... NFL
FB- Jermil Martin: Ohio State
RB- V’Angelo Bentley: Illinois... NFL
WR- Shane Wynn: Indiana... NFL
WR- Justin Hardee: Illinois... current New Orleans Saint
WR- Ray Small: Ohio State

DL- Frank Clark: Michigan... current Kansas City Chief
DL- Davon Coleman: Arizona State... NFL
DL- Willie Henry: Michigan... NFL
DL- Robert Rose: Ohio State... NFL
LB- Chris Worley: Ohio State... NFL
LB- Freddie Lenix: Cincinnati
LB- Pierre Woods: Michigan... NFL
CB- Marshon Lattimore: Ohio State... current New Orleans Saint
FS- Christian Bryant: Ohio State... NFL
SS- Donte Whitner: Ohio State... NFL
CB- Ted Ginn Jr.: Ohio State... current New Orleans Saint

PR/KR- Ted Ginn Jr.: Ohio State... current New Orleans Saint

I left a LOT of monsters off, including a few guys that made it to the NFL. Sheesh!
 

oxat622

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Kind of a tough exercise since a lot of times, players play primarily one position in high school but play where they are better suited in college. If I were to create an all star team to win games using Princeton players in that time frame, it might look like this:

QB Mike Daniels, 2003, Cincinnati
RB Spencer Ware, 2010, LSU, NFL
WR Johnny Long, 2004, Akron
WR Jeff Duckworth, 2009, Wisconsin
WR Jordan Hopgood, 2009, BGSU
WR Elijah Ball, 2015, Ohio
OL Paris Johnson, 2020, Ohio State
OL Aaron Brown, 2006, Virginia Tech
OL Dearius Young, 2012, South Alabama
OL Ashton Hood, 2009, Lehigh
OL Malcolm Jones, 2008, Tennessee Tech

DL Darrion Henry, 2020, Ohio State
DL Jamal Hines, 2017, Toledo
DL Anthony Shoemaker, 2009, Miami OH
DL Jahlil Croley, 2012, BGSU
LB Jaheim Thomas, 2020, Cincinnati
LB Dwayne Woods, 2009, BGSU
LB Jimmy Freland, 2001?, Wofford
CB Darren Barnett, 2002, Michigan State
CB Jarrell William's, 2004, Kentucky
S Tyrell Gilbert, 2014, Cincinnati
S Cecil Singleton, 2018, Miami OH
 

John Lee Pettimore

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THE Massillon Washington Tigers

QB #5 Aidan Longwell 6'0" 190 (2019) 1st tm. All Ohio, Ohio's D2 POY (Kent State)
RB #26 Brian Gamble 6'0" 194 (2006) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Illinois)
WR #9 Devin Smith 6'3" 185 (2010) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Ohio State) NFL
WR #82 Devin Jordan 6'1" 192 (2002) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Ohio State)
WR #9 Jayden Ballard 6'2" 180 (2020) 1st tm. All Ohio (Ohio State commit)
TE #87 Brett Huffman 6'4" 235 (2005) 2nd tm. All Ohio (Duke)
TE #84 Jeremiah Drobney 6'3" 221 (2000) (Kentucky)
T #76 Kreg Rotthoff 6'4" 279 (2000) 2nd tm. All Ohio (Wake Forest)
T #78 J.P. Simon 6'6" 309 (2002) SM All Ohio (Cincinnati)
G #76 Nate Devers 6'5" 280 (2013) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Marshall)
G #54 Jeff Myers 6'3"285 (2009) 1st tm. All Ohio (Toledo)
C #64 Cole Jones 6'3"305 (2019) 1st tm. All Ohio decision coming soon.


DL #44 Malcolm Robinson 6'2" 264 (2016) SM All Ohio (Minnesota)
DL #58 Antonio James 6'5" 245 (2005) 1st tm. All Ohio (Illinois)
DL #48 Dakota Dunwiddie 6'1" 246 (2015) SM All Ohio (Kent State?)
DL #54 D'Angelo McClendon 6'0" 285 (2004) SM All Ohio
LB #4 Danny Robinson 6'1" 220 (2014) SM All Ohio (Mount Union)
LB #2 Shawn Crable 6'5" 221 (2002) 2nd tm. All Ohio (Michigan) NFL
LB #10 Andrew Dailey 6'3" 207 (2006) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Penn State)
CB #21 Garon Conley 6'2" 175 (2012) 1st tm. All Ohio (Ohio State) NFL
CB #24 Justin Turner 6'2"180 (2008) 1st tm. All Ohio (Michigan/Hawaii)
S #7 Bo Grunder 5'11 165 (2009) 1st tm. All Ohio Ohio's Def. POY (NDC)
S #19 Dean Clark 6'1" 196 (2018) SM All Ohio (Kent State)
Ath. #20 Billy Relford 5'10" 180 (2003) 1st tm. All Ohio (WVU/Toledo)

P #8 Shawn Weisand 6'2" 200 (2005) 1st tm. All Ohio
K #14 David Abdul 5'10" 174 (2001) 2x 1st tm. All Ohio (Pittsburgh)
 

Raider6309

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Athens

QB Joe Burrow LSU Heisman
RB Trae Williams Northwestern
WR Grant Gregory Kansas State
WR Ryan Luehram Ohio U
WR Zacciah Saltzman Georgetown
TE Adam Luehram Ohio U
OL Brody Rogers Ohio U
OL Vinny Rider Navy
OL Kurt Roberts Ashland
OL Isaiah Butcher Bowling Green
OL Ashton Wogorman only a sophomore

Grant Gregory was starting QB for Kansas State but gonna have to play WR since Burrow is at QB
 
Troy Trojans

OL- '05 Ryan Custer: Vanderbilt
OL- '07 Jake Current: Wisconsin
OL- '14 Alex Dalton: Oklahoma
OL- '01 Kris Mick: South Carolina
OL- '07 Chris Saunders: Mount Union
QB- ‘17 Hayden Kotwica: Capital
FB- '09 Matt Allen
TB- '19 Jaydon Culp Bishop
TE- '19 Spencer Klopfenstein
WR- '09 Alex Carter: Bowling Green
WR- '12 Ian Dunaway

DL- '05 Todd Denlinger: Ohio State
DL- '15 Marco Anverse
DL- '17 Will Brumfield: Air Force
DL- '18 Christian Nation
LB- '19 Sam Jackson: Eastern Michigan
LB- '07 Brandon Massie
LB- '12 Chris Blair
CB- '19 Weston Smith
FS- '05 Shane Carter: Wisconsin
SS- 12’ Marcus Foster: Cincinnati
CB- '08 Jake Critchley

** some of these guys may have played college ball, I just am not for sure **
There have been multiple better linebackers than Massie. On that same team even, Fulker. A couple years later Butcher, and most recently Shoop and Burton.
Where is Bair? I think you may be getting him and Brumfield confused. Also Schricker was a completely undersized dominant force.
Also, Critchley was good but to put him on this list is a bit confusing. There have been guys in the last 5 years alone that are overall better players. Maybe Zach Boyer or another undersized guy, McDonagh. Foster also played Corner, you could argue he could be there and another VERY good safety like Hammond, Armstrong in his place.
Good start though, I’ve been watching Troy Football for almost 40 years...this brought back a lot of memories!
 

TroyTrojan05

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There have been multiple better linebackers than Massie. On that same team even, Fulker. A couple years later Butcher, and most recently Shoop and Burton.
Where is Bair? I think you may be getting him and Brumfield confused. Also Schricker was a completely undersized dominant force.
Also, Critchley was good but to put him on this list is a bit confusing. There have been guys in the last 5 years alone that are overall better players. Maybe Zach Boyer or another undersized guy, McDonagh. Foster also played Corner, you could argue he could be there and another VERY good safety like Hammond, Armstrong in his place.
Good start though, I’ve been watching Troy Football for almost 40 years...this brought back a lot of memories!
Let’s see your list
 

EaglePride01

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I'm sure I'm forgetting some guys, but here is what I'd have for St. Edward:

QB - Shaun Carney '03 (Air Force)
RB - Raishaun Stover '02 (Bowling Green)
RB - Cole Gest '16 (Indiana)
OL - Alex Boone '05 (OSU - NFL)
OL - Joe Thomas '06 (Pitt)
OL - Jeremy Hines '02 (West Viginia)
OL - Tyler Orlosky '12 (West Virginia - NFL)
OL - Kyle Kalis '12 (Michigan - NFL)
TE - Sam Grant '12 (Oklahoma)
WR - Alex Stump '15 (OSU/Vanderbilt)
WR - Quintel Kent '19 (Michigan)
K/P - Joe Kleinsmith '04 (Indiana)

DE - Deonte Gibson '11 (Northwestern - NFL)
DT - Greg Kuhar '12 (Northwestern)
DT - Darryl Render '12 (Pitt)
DE - Jeff Pietrowski '20 (Michigan State)
OLB - Troy Dipre '15 (Kent St./Minnesota)
MLB - Omar Fattah '18 (Air Force)
OLB - Justin Staples '09 (Illinois - NFL)
CB - Shaun Crawford '15 (Notre Dame)
CB - Tony Butler '16 (Nebraska)
FS - Haruki Nakamura '04 (Cincinnati - NFL)
SS - Andrew Dowell '15 (Michigan State - NFL)
 

dograt

Active member
Milton-Union won't be as impressive, but here goes:

QB Mitchell Evans- Indiana
RB Trevor Luckenbill- Wittenburg
RB Jake Finfrock - USMC
TE Nikko Johnson- West Liberty University
WR Ken Battiston - Eastern Michigan
WR AJ Lovin- undecided (class of 2020)
OL Wes Martin- Indiana- Washington Redskins
OL Andrew Lynn- Dayton
OL Jason Siler- Urbana
OL Kyle Wallace- Urbana
OL Jordan Poland- Tiffin

DL Frank Busse- Dayton
DL Teddy Chapa- Concordia
DL Mark Lane- Wilmington
DL Jeff Strawser- Wilmington
LB Tyler Wilson- Mount Union
LB Rudy Dennler- Ohio Dominican
LB Matt Lane- Wilmington
DB Ken Battiston - Eastern Michigan
DB Mitchell Evans- Indiana
DB AJ Lovin- undecided (class of 2020)
DB David Delk- Ohio Northern

P Nick Fields- Bowling Green
PK Kurt Brackman- Slippery Rock

Kept it to kids who went on to play in college (plus Finfrock), but arguments could be made for kids who went another direction: Tyler Brown, Alex Byrkett, Zack Byrkett, Zac Shields, Jesse Simpson, Stefan Deeter, Tim Dues, etc. I know I have a few kids both ways, but this is small school ball, and when Evans played QB and Safety for the Hoosiers, I think he belongs. ;)
 

sehs95

U.S. American
I'm sure I'm forgetting some guys, but here is what I'd have for St. Edward:

QB - Shaun Carney '03 (Air Force)
RB - Raishaun Stover '02 (Bowling Green)
RB - Cole Gest '16 (Indiana)
OL - Alex Boone '05 (OSU - NFL)
OL - Joe Thomas '06 (Pitt)
OL - Jeremy Hines '02 (West Viginia)
OL - Tyler Orlosky '12 (West Virginia - NFL)
OL - Kyle Kalis '12 (Michigan - NFL)
TE - Sam Grant '12 (Oklahoma)
WR - Alex Stump '15 (OSU/Vanderbilt)
WR - Quintel Kent '19 (Michigan)
K/P - Joe Kleinsmith '04 (Indiana)

DE - Deonte Gibson '11 (Northwestern - NFL)
DT - Greg Kuhar '12 (Northwestern)
DT - Darryl Render '12 (Pitt)
DE - Jeff Pietrowski '20 (Michigan State)
OLB - Troy Dipre '15 (Kent St./Minnesota)
MLB - Omar Fattah '18 (Air Force)
OLB - Justin Staples '09 (Illinois - NFL)
CB - Shaun Crawford '15 (Notre Dame)
CB - Tony Butler '16 (Nebraska)
FS - Haruki Nakamura '04 (Cincinnati - NFL)
SS - Andrew Dowell '15 (Michigan State - NFL)
Pretty darn close to what I came up with. I would swap Render or Peitrowski with Ryan Keenan. I put Crawford with Nakamura at Safety, plugged in David Dowell at corner, and had Andrew Dowell move to Linebacker. My linebackers would be Nate Oliver, Ryan Mirando, and Andrew Dowell.
 

EaglePride01

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Pretty darn close to what I came up with. I would swap Render or Peitrowski with Ryan Keenan. I put Crawford with Nakamura at Safety, plugged in David Dowell at corner, and had Andrew Dowell move to Linebacker. My linebackers would be Nate Oliver, Ryan Mirando, and Andrew Dowell.
Keenan slipped my mind at DE, maybe because he moved to the o-line in college. Great player for sure. The backers and secondary were difficult as many guys transitioned to different positions later on in their careers. Mirando was a great LB who moved down to the line at Indiana. Dowell moved to LB in college. Crawford played just about everywhere in the defensive back seven for the Eagles. So many great secondary players over the years. I had a tough time leaving off guys like Abounader, Oliver, Warfield, and others. Hankins will go down as one of the best linebacks as well, but I didn't include any guys still on the team.
 

CaptainA

Active member
They weren't recruited from anyone, schools don't own children. They aren't property, they are human beings.
I never said that. Explain to me why Hoban recruits kids from Youngstown and Canton? That’s not even in their own diocese, what is wrong with those kids going to Canton Central Catholic or Cardinal Mooney those teams are no slouches. But those teams are typically filled by athletes that have chosen to receive a Catholic education for most of their K-12 careers and whose families have attended those schools for generations. My issue is bringing in students as Juniors and Seniors that is pure and simple recruiting and totally tips the table in the private schools advantage as no other public school with the exception of Massillon can get away with it.
 

gobluetom

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I never said that. Explain to me why Hoban recruits kids from Youngstown and Canton? That’s not even in their own diocese, what is wrong with those kids going to Canton Central Catholic or Cardinal Mooney those teams are no slouches. But those teams are typically filled by athletes that have chosen to receive a Catholic education for most of their K-12 careers and whose families have attended those schools for generations. My issue is bringing in students as Juniors and Seniors that is pure and simple recruiting and totally tips the table in the private schools advantage as no other public school with the exception of Massillon can get away with it.

If the parents choose to send their kids to any school of their choosing, why is that person's business but their own?
 
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