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WPIAL Class of 2013 Division I-FBS recruits

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Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, 8:36 p.m.
 

Class of 2013

Nineteen WPIAL players have accepted football scholarships from FBS schools.

OL Matt Barone

Montour, Temple

WR Tyler Boyd

Clairton, Pitt

RB Dorian Brown

Baldwin, Ohio

WR Zach Challingsworth

South Fayette, Pitt

LB Hodari Christian *

McKeesport, West Virginia

WR Robert Foster

Central Valley, Alabama

DB Zach Guiser

Greensburg C.C., Akron

DL Tyler Haddock

Montour, Temple

DB Titus Howard

Clairton, Pitt

DB Todd Jeter

Gateway, Temple

OL Dorian Johnson

Belle Vernon, Pitt

DE Mike Kish

Brentwood, Akron

OL Pat Kugler

North Allegheny, Michigan

QB Mack Leftwich

North Allegheny, UTEP

TE Scott Orndoff *

Seton-La Salle, Pitt

TE Jaymar Parrish

Gateway, Pitt

QB Chavas Rawlins *

Monessen, West Virginia

WR Terrish Webb

Clairton, Pitt

QB Thomas Woodson

Gateway, Akron

Other Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 25 players who signed

RB Forrest Barnes

Seneca Valley, The Citadel

WR Tom Greene

Woodland Hills, California (Pa.)

WR Zach Schademan

Thomas Jefferson, West Virginia Wesleyan

DL Jawan Turner

Woodland Hills, California (Pa.)

Other Greensburg Tribune-Review Terrific 25 players who signed

WR/DB Don Cima

Penn-Trafford, Alderson-Broaddus

TE Brian McDonough

Penn-Trafford, Concord

WR Dorian Stevens

Penn-Trafford, Mercyhurst

OL/DL Micah Tennant

Ligonier Valley, Lehigh

* Already enrolled, did not sign letter of intent

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