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32 WPIAL players headed to Division I-FBS schools

| Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, 7:06 p.m.

Thirty-two WPIAL players and one from the District 6 Heritage Conference have accepted football scholarships from FBS schools.

WR Troy Apke

Mt. Lebanon, Penn State

DE Rori Blair

Upper St. Clair, Pitt

TE Alec Bloom

Ligonier Valley, UConn

OL Alex Bookser

Mt. Lebanon, Pitt

DT Brock Boxen

Beaver Falls, Akron

RB Dennis Briggs

Shady Side Academy, Pitt

DE Darrious Carter

Indiana, Virginia

QB J.J. Cosentino

Central Catholic, Florida State

ATH JaQuaun Davidson

Elizabeth Forward, Pitt

DB Anthony Davis

Gateway, Temple

ATH Tory Delmonico

West Allegheny, Navy

DT Jaleel Fields

Aliquippa, West Virginia

OL Mike Grimm

Bethel Park, Pitt

DB Dravon Henry

Aliquippa, West Virginia

ATH Malik Hooker

New Castle, Ohio State

QB Chandler Kincade

Blackhawk, Akron

DB Trevon Mathis

Woodland Hills, Toledo

RB Shai McKenzie

Washington, Virginia Tech

DB Jake McPhatter

New Castle, Ball State

K/P Adam Mitcheson

Kiski Area, Buffalo

WR/DB Montae Nicholson

Gateway, Michigan State

ATH Delvon Randall

Gateway, Temple

WR Ricky Rogers

Gateway, West Virginia

OL/DL Connor Shinsky

Knoch, Kent State

QB/DB Charan Singh

Franklin Regional, UMass

WR Shafer Swann

Central Catholic, Army

RB/S Terry Swanson

Aliquippa, Toledo

DB Tre Tarpley

Central Catholic, Vanderbilt

DE/OLB Brenon Thrift

Gateway, Temple

QB Lenny Williams

Sto-Rox, Temple

LB Chase Winovich

Thomas Jefferson, Michigan

LB Quintin Wirginis

Fox Chapel, Pitt

WR Elijah Zeise

North Allegheny, Pitt

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