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2018 Mid-Penn Football Recruits - Mid-Season Updates

As we settle into the 2017 High School Football Season and the start of divisional play in the Mid-Penn, lets take a look at some of the local athletes getting recruited to big time programs.

Since 24/7 Sports is a national website the focus is primarily on individuals receiving Division 1 attention.

Below is a listing of current Mid-Penn players listed on the site that also have at least 1 school listed as showing "interest", which means the school is actively pursuing the athlete, not just sending generic mailings or robocalls.

The listing includes the Players Name, Their School, Their 24/7 Rating (a rating of 1.00 is a perfect rating) and the school that they have committed to, along with where they rank nationally at their position.

Committed or 24/7 Rated -

Micah Parsons - Harrisburg - .9983 - Undecided - #1 Weak Side Defensive End

Zach Kuntz - Camp Hill - .9540 - Penn State - #4 Tight End

Shaquon Anderson-Butts - Harrisburg - .8869 - Penn State - #16 Athlete

Charlie Katshir - Cumberland Valley - .8624 - Penn State - #37 Outside LB

Aaron Gethers - Bishop McDevitt - .8043 - Boston College - #181 Cornerback

Ben Phillis - Trinity - .7798 - Akron - Offensive Tackle

Timothy Kater - Steel-High - .7667 - Army - #154 Defensive Tackle

Ronald Kent - Harrisburg - N/A - Delaware State

Robert Nachtman - State College - Delaware

Others Receiving Division 1 Interest -

Michael Jones - Bishop McDevitt

CJ Laporta - Camp Hill

Onasis Neely - East Pennsboro

Yahmir Wilkerson - Harrisburg

Donnell Henriquez - Harrisburg

Drew Painter - Hershey

Brandon Clark - State College


Micah Parsons and Zack Kuntz are the cream of the crop in this year's Mid-Penn class. Both of these athletes have been recruited nationally. Before committing in November of 2016, Zack Kuntz had offers from the who's who of college football including Alabama, Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon and pretty much any other team you can name that thought they may have a shot of landing him.

Micah Parsons on the other hand is currently uncommitted. Micah Parsons originally committed Penn State in February 2016, however in April of 2017 he opened his recruitment back up. Currently, the top contenders for Micah's services appear to be Penn State and Ohio State. However, Micah has kept his recruitment fairly close to the guard and leaving experts guessing whether the top two contenders will eventually land Micah or if a dark horse may lock down the top ranked Weak Side Defensive End in the nation.

Hopefully the list of Mid-Penn athletes getting higher level interest will continue to grow and this list certainly does not capture all interest that local athletes are receiving from top tier schools. But can be used as a general way to track some of the more known interactions according to 24/7 sports.

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