WPIAL Class of 2013 Division I-FBS recruits
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Class of 2013
Nineteen WPIAL players have accepted football scholarships from FBS schools.
OL Matt Barone
WR Tyler Boyd
RB Dorian Brown
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
DB Titus Howard
DB Todd Jeter
OL Dorian Johnson
Belle Vernon, Pitt
DE Mike Kish
OL Pat Kugler
North Allegheny, Michigan
QB Mack Leftwich
North Allegheny, UTEP
TE Scott Orndoff *
Seton-La Salle, Pitt
TE Jaymar Parrish
QB Chavas Rawlins *
Monessen, West Virginia
WR Terrish Webb
QB Thomas Woodson
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
TE Brian McDonough
WR Dorian Stevens
OL/DL Micah Tennant
Ligonier Valley, Lehigh
* Already enrolled, did not sign letter of intent
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