Steve Caputo, Unionville.

Caputo was an imposing and dominant guard that helped the Indians rush for more than 3,000 yards in 12 games. He has orally committed to Temple.

Tim Gramlich, Chestnut Hill Academy.

A strong and quick-footed guard, Gramlich was a big reason the Blue Devils averaged 220 yards rushing and 120 yards passing per game.

Brandon Heath, West Chester Henderson.

A lot of Henderson's running plays went behind the mammoth junior. He is a sure-fire Division I recruit.

Ryan Murray, Bok.

A force at tackle, the Temple recruit was a big reason why tiny tailback Luke Lassiter rushed for more than 1,300 yards and the Wildcats advanced to the Public League final.

Travis Poston, Hatboro-Horsham.

He has good feet, is an excellent blocker on the edge and can get out and block linebackers and defensive backs. Poston has orally committed to Villanova.


Nolan Kearney, Downingtown West.

A threat both throwing and running, he accounted for 2,805 total yards (2,250 passing, 555 rushing). In completing better than 60 percent of his passes, Kearney threw for 21 TDs, with only three interceptions. He has orally committed to William and Mary.


Rashad Campbell, Chestnut Hill Academy.

The diminutive speedster rushed for 1,452 yards and had 27 total TDs. He is being recruited by a number of Division I-AA schools, including Penn and Cornell.

Balial Lewis Sloan-El, Roman Catholic.

In helping the Cahillites claim the Catholic League Red Division crown, he rushed for 2,141 yards and 22 TDs. He averaged 214 rushing yards in Roman's first five games and gained 118 yards in the title win over St. Joseph's Prep.

Eric Reynolds, Central Bucks South.

The Inquirer's player of the year rushed 260 times for 2,830 yards and 34 TDs. In his three-year career, Reynolds netted 4,722 rushing yards and 62 TDs. He also starred as a kick returner.


John Jackson, Central Bucks South.

A skilled run blocker, Jackson helped South gain more than 3,700 rushing yards in 12 contests. He is getting interest from Division I-A and I-AA colleges.


Derek McKinley, Downingtown East.

With McKinley catching 62 passes for 891 yards and 18 TDs, the Cougars went 8-3 overall and 3-2 in the Ches-Mont's National Division.

Nihja White, Conestoga.

In nine games, the fast and sure-handed wideout had 53 receptions for 1,088 yards and 19 TDs. Ticketed to Duke, White was a first-team all-Central League selection.


Andrew Hodges, Ridley.

A bruising runner and bone-rattling tackler, Hodges was the driving force behind the Green Raiders. He rushed 303 times for 1,790 yards and 25 TDs. The linebacker led a defense that yielded just 8.2 points per game.

John O'Donnell, West Chester Henderson.

He was a two-way stalwart, at quarterback and safety, for the Warriors. O'Donnell rushed for 1,237 yards, passed for 707 yards and scored 20 TDs. A three-year starter on defense, he ended his career with 108 tackles and four interceptions.


Patrick Campbell, Council Rock North.

He drilled 13 field goals, including four of more than 40 yards, was 21 for 22 on point-after attempts and had 28 touchbacks.