All State All District All Conference
205 receptions, 2,626 yards, 24 TDs 38 consecutive games with a reception
Full time Varsity Starter as Sophomore after 4 games after starting season on JV on the basketball team.
Kentucky, WVU 7v7, Penn St 7v7, Pitt, Miami Ohio 2x, Akron, YSU,
Dayton, Valpo, Butler, Tiffin, Notre Dame College
Dayton, possible others
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/7893328/6158c52e176cfa0ae8a03733 vs Hudson. 11 catches, 97 yards, TD. 4 receptions on final drive, including game winner. Multiple 3rd down catches against team that finished 9-3. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/7893328/61759a33160081065ccebcda Week 10 vs Benedictine. 6 catches, 109 yards, TD. #1 D2 team in the state the previous week. TD catch the spark comeback after going down 13-0. Multiple big catches to spark TD drives. But as important as the receiving, was the blocking. As second puller on our primary run play, counter right, ran it 20+ times throughout the game. Multiple pancakes and sealed the game on the final drive as we ran the same play over and over again. Imposed our will and completely demoralized them. With the 6 receptions, I broke the receiving record for catches in a season, previously held by a player on our 2014 state title runner-up team, led by NFL players Denzel Ward and Dylan Mabin.
Jon Henderson '22 Chase Riedel '22 Bryan Russ '22 Israel Petite '24 Logan Villamagna '23
Devin Johnson '22 (Miami OH commit) Berea-Midpark Safety Markim Mckinnie '22 (BGSU commit) Hoban CB
It's hard to explain, but I would say my way and the reason I play is for me. It's an obsessive thing for me. It's not passion, nor dedication, I am obsessed with it. Film, weights, skill, sped training, you name it, it's me and I love it. I like my training friends more than my friends from school, that I grew up with. My best memories on and off the field have to do with football. I take a lot from Kobe Bryant, especially in his mindset and his way of life. Up early and I am going to put in more hours than you mentality. I think I'm underrated in a sense. Sure, it's hard to say that as a kid who holds offers and there are so many that don't, but I'm not sure you find a receiver that is more versatile than I am. Low-Mid-Deep level threat, elite in press man and beating off-man alignments. Strong hands, twitchy athlete, stable body with good size to match allows for a unique characteristic of being able to block in the interior, a lot like the way the Ram's in the NFL use their wideouts.
Dayton Flyers, Lake Erie, Wheeling Jesuit,
2020 - Undersized. Quick but small. Don't know if he has FCS speed.