Penn-Trafford linemen get college attention
Friday, April 29, 2022 | 8:26 PM
A pair of Penn-Trafford football linemen are beginning to gain traction in the recruiting game.
Juniors Joe Enick and Conlan Greene, all-conference players who will try to help the Warriors win back-to-back WPIAL and PIAA Class 5A championships in the fall, hold scholarship offers from Division I-FCS St. Francis (Pa.) of the Northeast Conference.
Enick (6-foot-3, 290 pounds), a center and defensive tackle, also added an offer from Fordham of the Patriot League and already had offers from Youngstown State and The Citadel.
After a great conversation with Coach Leonard @RoboLeonard , I’m extremely excited to receive a D1 offer to play at Fordham University! @FORDHAMFOOTBALL @ptwarriorfb @PaFootballNews pic.twitter.com/2A94L6xewa
— Joseph Enick (@JosephEnick3) April 29, 2022
Greene (6-4, 250), who played tight end and defensive end last season, also was offered by Notre Dame College, a Division II program in South Euclid, Ohio.
After a great visit and talk with @coachZMorehead I am excited to have received my first Division 1 offer to Saint Francis University @CoachV_SFU @CoachPecoraSFU @CoachBruniSFU @RedFlashFB @RogishTom @ptwarriorfb pic.twitter.com/JZZVx0s4bD
— Conlan (@ConlanGreene) April 29, 2022
The versatile Greene threw the tying touchdown on a trick jump-pass and made the game-sealing sack in the PIAA championship in December in Hershey. Penn-Trafford edged Imhotep, 17-14, in overtime.
Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Bill by email at email@example.com or via Twitter .
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