Here are five more top football prospects from the class of 2018. As always, these are not in any particular order as we will add them to our overall 2018 class rankings at a later date.
Francis Dooley – Boston College High School – DE / TE – A 6’3″ and 220 pound defensive end for the Eagles who has a great motor and can effectively get clear of blocks. A very disruptive player who gets after the quarterback while also being able to seal the edge against the running game. Dooley could project as a DE or maybe as an OLB.
Andy Clough – Marblehead High School – TE / DE – A 6’6″ and 225 pound tight end who can add to his physical frame while already running a reported sub 5 forty yard dash. Clough is fast enough that he can line up effectively as a slot receiver but is also physical enough to line up as a more traditional tight end where he blocks well. A very solid two way player for the Magicians as he is also a very disruptive defensive end.
Uche Ndukwe – Noble & Greenough School – OLB / TE – At 6’4’’ and 235 pounds Ndukwe is a hybrid defensive end / outside linebacker who can play on the line with his hand in the dirt or standing up on the outside edge. Ndukwe has a quick first step and takes good angles to get to the quarterback. Ndukwe has recieved an offer from Army and will likley draw interest from bigger schools with his size and reported 4.75 forty speed.
Patrick Walsh – Wachusett Regional High School – OL – Walsh stands 6’5” and 275 pounds while running a reported sub five forty yard dash. A very physical and aggressive lineman with good feet and an excellent motor. Walsh engages and holds his blocks often pancaking the defender. A very good run blocker and also solid in pass protection.
Shane Frommer – King Phillip Regional High School – RB / LB / ATH – Frommer stands 5’11” and 180 pounds and is a very good competitor who plays running back and outside linebacker for the undefeated Division 1A Super Bowl champions. Frommer has a great motor and is athletic enough to be utilized in all three phases of the game as he also plays on special teams for King Phillip. Frommer catches the ball well as a receiver and has good field vision that he displays as a running back and as a defensive player. A very good athlete as he also plays goalie for the KP hockey team. Frommer has recieved interest from Harvard, Penn and Princeton and should hear from more schools in the coming months.