Press-area high school football recruits
The high school football recruiting season is in full swing.
The following is list of scholarship offers Press-area high school football players have received.
If we missed any offers or players, please email Mike McGarry at email@example.com
Offers: Massachusetts, Sacred Heart
Byers led the Wildcats to a 10-2 record and the state Non-Public II title. He ran 214 times for 1,738 yards
Offers: Auburn; Virginia Tech; Southern Methodist; Rutgers; East Carolina; Iowa State; Kentucky; Memphis; Michigan State; Oregon; Missouri; Pittsburgh; Oklahoma State; Purdue; Buffalo; Baylor; Maryland; Cincinnati; Buffalo; Purdue;
The wide receiver and defensive back caught 34 passes for 342 yards and five touchdowns.
Offer: Delaware State; Howard University
Gerena caught 35 passes for 407 yards and three touchdowns
Offer: Baylor University; Rutgers; Virginia Tech; Central Michigan; Virginia; Massachusetts; Pittsburgh; West Virginia; Miami.
Griffin made 48 tackles, 10 of them for losses.
Offer: Howard University and Moorehead State
Howard made 52 tackles and had an interception in seven games,
Offer: Baylor, William and Mary
Hunt made 63 tackles, 14 of them for losses.
Offer: Army; Boston College; Purdue; Rutgers; Temple; Yale; Buffalo; Old Dominion; Kent State.
The speedy Melton is one of South Jersey’s most dynamic playmakers.
Pohlman helped the Mustangs reach the South Jersey Group V playoffs last season.
Offers: Virginia Tech; Temple; Rutgers
Powell has committed to Virginia Tech. He made 60 tackles and had two interceptions. He also played quarterback and wide receiver, catching 23 passes for 273 yards.
Offers: Baylor; Boston College; Cincinnati; Duke; Indiana; Kent State; Louisville; Maryland; Massachusetts; Minnesota; North Carolina; North Carolina State; Northwestern; Oregon; Penn State; Pittsburgh; Princeton; Rutgers; Temple; Texas A.M.; Vanderbilt; Virginia Tech; Wake Forest; West Virginia; Yale.
Raikes made 43 tackles, 9.5 tackles for losses. He had eight sacks and rushed 48 times for 226 yards and eight touchdowns.
Vokolos missed nearly all of last season with a leg injury. He played one game, making six tackles as the Wildcats beat Holy Spirit win the state Non-Public II championship.
Offer: Monmouth, Kent State, Temple
St. Augustine Prep