CTK 2010 – WPIAL Class AAA Players to Watch

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010 | 12:00 AM


Countdown to Kickoff 2010 continues with a week-long look at some of the top high school football talent in the WPIAL for this upcoming season. As always, this list just scratches the surface. We ask for your help in building a complete rundown of candidates. You can nominate a top player by clicking on the contact us button at the top of this page, then clicking Comments or Questions. Here is a look at some of the players to watch this 2010 campaign in Class AAA.

QUARTERBACKS:

Wayne Capers (Chartiers Valley)

Michael Nowicki (Greensburg-Salem)

Dillon Buechel (Montour)

John Matarazzo (New Castle)

Dylan Bongiorni (West Allegheny)

RUNNING BACKS:

Matt Green (Belle Vernon)

David Nowicki (Greensburg-Salem)

Rushel Shell (Hopewell)

Austin Miele (Mars)

Justin Fleo (New Castle)

Ryan Ruffing (Thomas Jefferson)

Fred Johnson (Uniontown)

Mike Caputo (West Allegheny)

WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS:

Lukas Turley (Central Valley)

Waylon Fink (Greensburg-Salem)

Bo Bowser (Kittanning)

Marcus Carter (New Castle)

Darian Rice (New Castle)

Darren Massey (Montour)

Devin Wilson (Montour)

Jake Forsythe (Uniontown)

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN:

Zachary Wisneski (Derry)

Austin David (Central Valley)

Thomas Phillips (Central Valley)

Dylan Bear (Mars)

Dom Martinelli (Montour)

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN:

Austin David (Central Valley)

Dan Nacey (Greensburg-Salem)

Latrell McKnight (New Castle)

LINEBACKERS:

Lukas Turley (Central Valley)

Seth Geyer (Mars)

T.J. Matrascia (Thomas Jefferson)

C.J. Revtai (West Allegheny)

DEFENSIVE BACKS:

Sean Lapevic (Chartiers Valley)

Ryan Mihoci (Franklin Regional)

Michael Nowicki (Greensburg-Salem)

Bo Bowser (Kittanning)

Justin Fleo (New Castle)

Marcus Carter (New Castle)

Daryl Ricks (Uniontown)

KICKERS/PUNTERS:

 

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