CTK 2015 – WPIAL Double-A Players to Watch

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 | 6:34 PM

Countdown to Kickoff 2015 continues with a four-day 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 NOMINATE TOP PLAYERS and submitting their name. Here is a look at some of the players to watch this 2015 campaign in Class AA.



Deion Liddell – Sto-Rox

Duane Brown – Apollo-Ridge

Deon Smith – East Allegheny

Amos Luptak – Quaker Valley

Noah Wolf – Freedom

Running Back:

DeWayne Murray – Steel Valley

Hunter Hayes – South Fayette

Darius Wise – Beaver

Nick Ioanilli – Ellwood City

Kaezon Pugh – Aliquippa

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends:

Jordan Lineberg – Highlands

Nick Ponikvar – South Fayette

Dan Trimbur – South Fayette

Nate Swart – Washington

Paris Ford – Seton-LaSalle

Offensive Line:

Nick Dabrowski – South Fayette

Khalid Blount – Washington

Jake Beistel – Southmoreland

Josh Lind – Mount Pleasant

Micah Marshall – New Brighton


Teague Nicolella – McGuffey

Dan Trimbur – South Fayette

Jake Sarver – Freeport


Defensive Lineman:

Donovan Jeter – Beaver Falls

Logan Thimons – Freeport

Emilio Seymour – Highlands

Thomas Cherry – Washington

Micah Marshall – New Brighton


Brayden Thimons – Highlands

Liam Sweeney – Seton-LaSalle

Darnell Gardner – Aliquippa

Nick Ioanelli – Ellwood City

Thomas Romano – Mohawk

Defensive Backs:

Duane Brown – Apollo-Ridge

Paris Ford – Seton-LaSalle

Jordan West – Washington

Darius Wise – Beaver

Eric Harris – Shady Side Academy


Jason David – Burrell

Marcus Czulewicz – McGuffey


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