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Western Pa. players sign with FCS, Division II schools

| Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, 10:00 p.m.

A look at the WPIAL, City League and Heritage Conference players who signed at FCS and Division II schools:

FCS

Albany

• Julian Cox, QB, New Castle

• Zach DeLuca, DE, Central Catholic

Bucknell

• Joey DeFloria, RB, Hempfield

• Colin Jonov, WR/DB, Franklin Regional

• Luke Liprando, LB, Mt. Pleasant

• Andrew Podbielski, TE, Blackhawk

Columbia

• Pat Denny, OL, Fox Chapel

Cornell

• Mac Pope, FB, Upper St. Clair

Dartmouth

• Andrew Yohe, OL/DL, Kiski Area

Duquesne

• Stew Allen, TE, New Castle

• JT Astalos, WR, Greensburg C.C.

• Chandler Daniel, DE, Yough

• Juwan Hill, DL, McKeesport

• Ben Huss, OL, Upper St. Clair

• Tom Rizza, DB, Seton-La Salle

• Abner Roberts, RB, USO

• Nate Stone, LB, Greensburg C.C.

• Danny Stratton, QB, Beaver Falls

Fordham

• Jarred Brevard, RB, Shady Side Academy

• Niko Thorpe, LB, Central Catholic

Georgetown

• Nick James, OL, North Allegheny

• Jake Sweitzer, TE, Belle Vernon

Lafayette

• J.J. Conn, LB, Upper St. Clair

• Jarred Fragapane, DE, North Catholic

Monmouth

• Matt White, K/P, Mars

New Hampshire

• Ryan Sosnak, OL, Bethel Park

Penn

• Ronnie Meder, LB, North Catholic

• Justin Watson, WR, South Fayette

Robert Morris

• Drew Allen, WR/DB, New Castle

• Shane McFarland, DB, Mohawk

• Angelo Natter, DL, Central Catholic

• Sean O'Donnell, DL, Penn-Trafford

• Cameron Sutherland, WR, Central Catholic

• Gennaro Trovato, ATH, Quaker Valley

St. Francis

• Chase Keller, QB, Greensburg C.C.

Wagner

• Dan O'Neill, OL, Central Catholic

Virginia Military Institute

• Allan Cratsenberg, LB, Highlands

• Jade Maher, QB, Connellsville

Youngstown State

• Cole Costy, OL, Thomas Jefferson

• Shane Kuhn, TE, Kiski Area

• Steven Jefferies, OL, Neshannock

• Cody Squiric, OL, Indiana

DIVISION II

Alderson-Broaddus

• Josh Sabo, OL/DL, Franklin Regional

California

• Brendan Blair, ATH, Sto-Rox

• Nigel Garnett, RB/DB, Fox Chapel

• Kevin Slezak, LB, Franklin Regional

• Luke Smorey, WR, Baldwin

Clarion

• Corey Pinkerton, OL, Steel Valley

Edinboro

• Joe Roback, OL, Gateway

Gannon

• Luciano Caliguire, OL, Montour

IUP

• Tyler Blaniar, K, Ford City

• Chris David, DB, Woodland Hills

• Jason Inks, OL, Thomas Jefferson

• Luigi Lista-Brinza, RB, Central Catholic

• Tomi McKelvey, OL, McKeesport

• Miles Williamson, WR, Chartiers-Houston

• Allen Wright, RB, McKeesport

Lake Erie

• Jimmy Moore, QB, Gateway

Mercyhurst

• Austin Brooks, OL, Connellsville

• Patrick Frey, RB, McGuffey

• Dennis Gregor, LS, Ringgold

• Zaihe Regus, LB, Gateway

Notre Dame College

• Zach Carney, WR, Shaler

• Kane Jackson, DE, Monessen

Ohio Dominican

• Tyler Mellors, RB, Mt. Pleasant

• Seth Warburton, LB, Greensburg C.C.

Seton Hill

• Logan Carns, WR, Latrobe

• Ty George, QB, Hempfield

• Luke Milsic, OL, Norwin

• Adam Polakovsky, OL, Penn-Trafford

• Zack Wooley, OL, Ringgold

Slippery Rock

• Steven Gaviglia, DT, Seneca Valley

• Carlos Hudson, LB, McKeesport

• Markquis Martin, LB, Allderdice

• Robert Plummer Jr., DE, USC

• Reilly Sullivan, LB, North Allegheny

• Anthony Williams, DB, Central Valley

• Steve Wood, OL, Central Catholic

West Liberty

• Marcus Malara, DE, Mt. Pleasant

West Virginia Wesleyan

• Jimmy DeMarco, LB, Connellsville

• Ryan Gumbita, QB, Mt. Pleasant

• John Wilkie, OL, Penn-Trafford

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