Division I FBS schools

Ryan Morris

Barnegat

TE, 6-foot-6, 248 pounds

Purdue

An outstanding blocker, he caught 21 passes for 359 yards and two touchdowns. Morris also played defensive end where he made 37 tackles.

Christian Brown

Bridgeton

DT, 6-3, 290

West Virginia

Brown transferred to Bridgeton after playing his sophomore and junior in Fort Myers, Fla. He had 35 tackles and two sacks in eight games this season. Also recruited by Connecticut, Purdue, Illinois and Louisville.

Dan Mastromatteo

Holy Spirit

LB, 6-2, 215

North Carolina

Mastromatteo made 99 tackles. He had six sacks and broke up four passes. He decided to stay with the Tar Heels even after coach Butch Davis was fired in July.

Austin Johnson

St. Augustine Prep

OL/DL 6-4 275

Penn State

Johnson is strong, quick and one of the region's top defenders. Opponents often double-teamed him with blockers.

Kaiwan Lewis

St. Joseph

DE, 6-2, 225

University of South Carolina

A four-year starter. Lewis split time at defensive end and linebacker this season. He made 54 tackles. Lewis had one sack and recovered three fumbles. He caught two touchdown passes at tight end on offense.

Tyrell Smith

Lacey Township

OL, 6-4, 280

Massachusetts

Smith has excellent quickness for a player his size. He opened holes for an excellent Lacey running game.

Max Valles

St. Joseph

DE, 6-5, 225

Virginia

Made 33 tackles with seven sacks and an interception. He caused three fumbles and recovered a fumble. Valles caught four touchdown passes at wide receiver.

 

Division I FCS

Nico D'Angelo

Holy Spirit

OL, 6-4, 270

Villanova

D'Angelo cleared the way for Donta Pollock and Nigel Jones, both of whom finished with more than 4,000 career rushing yards.

Zach Fabel

Holy Spirit

TE, 6-3, 230

Monmouth

Had 12 catches for 182 yards, but is a tough, athletic blocker.

Ethan Gambale

Holy Spirit

LB, 6-1, 230

Monmouth

Gambale led the Spartans with 145 tackles. He had four sacks and a fumble recovery. Gambale also broke up nine passes.

Nigel Jones

Holy Spirit

RB/DB, 5-9, 198

Maine

Jones rushed 192 times for 1,331 yards and scored 17 touchdowns. Jones finished his career with 4,315 career yards. He also made 69 tackles on defense, had two sacks and averaged 33.6 yards per kickoff return.

Matt Rubino

Holy Spirit

WR, 6-1, 184

Yale

Caught 23 passes for 261 yards for the Spartans.

John Barillo

St. Augustine Prep

DB/WR, 6-1, 215

James Madison

Rushed for 417 yards on 126 carries and four touchdowns. Was a Press second-team All-Star. Will likely play defense in college.

Jordan Powell

Lacey Township

LB/TE, 6-3, 220

New Hampshire

Preferred walk-on

Sean Henigin

Bridgeton

OL, 6-7, 335

Rutgers

His size, quickness and strength make it tough for defenders to get by him. He made 46 tackles with two sacks on defense.