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Mid-Penn's Top Offensive Sophomore Phenoms


Any time you start to settle into a season, the real sports hawks are already looking ahead. To piggyback off of the recent Top QBs & RBs article, the Wizard is now going to look ahead. It is time to give some love to that New New. The next wave of talent that is going to be hitting up the Mid-Penn. The sophomore athletes that are going to continue to carry the torch for the Football Blue Bloods or the young standout who is going to take a bottom of the barrel team and give a town something to rally around. Anyhow, here is the Wizard's take on the current top talent in the Sophomore classes in the Mid-Penn Conference by Division.

Colonial Division

Nick Gustafson (So.) - Shippensburg - 3-1

Height - 6'5" Weight - 195

*Stats through Week 3

Receptions - 7 Yards - 160 Touchdowns - 2

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2hoGnUR

Kyle Swartz (So.) - Northern York - 2-3

Height - 6'0" Weight - 190

Rushes - 99 Yards - 596 Touchdowns - 7

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2fIFQta

Capital Division

Jose Lopez (So.) - Middletown - 4-0

Rushes - 63 Yards - 610 Touchdowns - 7

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2xq2L3S

Kasey Shughart (So.) - Palmyra - 4-0

Height - 5'7" Weight - 150

Receptions - 11 Yards - 132 Touchdowns - 2

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2xAMnQi

Commonwealth Division

Isaiah Edwards (So.) - State College - 4-0

Height - 6'0" Weight - 180

Rushes - 24 Yards - 355 Touchdowns - 7

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2xBtY5K

Tristyn Sulich (So.) - Carlisle - 3-1

Height - 6'0" Weight - 179

Rushes - 65 Yards - 304 Touchdowns - 4

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2wKuHmd

Keystone Division

Keegan Neill (So.) - Mechanicsburg - 2-2

Height - 5'9" Weight - 146

Rushes - 37 Yards - 217 Touchdowns - 1

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2yyD01z

Joe Bruno (So.) - Mechanicsburg - 2-2

Height - 6'0" Weight - 165

Rushes - 13 Yards - 127 Touchdowns - 1

Receptions - 3 Yards - 82 Touchdowns - 2

Hudl Site - http://bit.ly/2xpFeQx

Some of these athletes, such as Swartz and Lopez are already the focal points of their teams, others are nice additions or changes of pace to more seasoned football players. But in either case with continued hard work and perseverance, you should expect to be hearing more and more of these players names called in the coming years.


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