MIAA Top 25 Hockey Poll – Week 11 (2/28/17)…


  1. Malden Catholic High School  (13-4-3) – The Lancers are led by Brendan Maloney and Tom Albert will look to defend their Super 8 crown.
  2. Boston College High School (14-2-4) – Thomas Kramer and Luke Garrity look to bring the Super 8 title to Morrissey Boulevard.
  3. Pope Francis High School (16-4-1) – A resurgent Cardinal team led by Cam Peritz and Zack Roncarati have hopes high in Springfield.
  4. Arlington High School (18-2-2) – The Spy Ponders played one of the toughest schedules and now look to prove a public team can compete for the state title.
  5. Hingham High School (16-4-2) – The Harbormen played a very strong schedule and will face-off versus another public power in Arlington.
  6. Central Catholic High School (14-5-3) – The Raiders and Sean Brown look to continue on recent success.
  7. Walpole High School (21-0-1) – Cam Martin plays the hero scoring off a faceoff in overtime against CM.
  8. Marshfield High School (18-2-2) – Aidan Connolly, Andrew Fithian and goalie Nick Young knocked off Austin Prep to stay in the tournament.
  9. Austin Preparatory High School (16-2-3) – The Cougars now will turn their focus to the Division 1 state tournament.
  10. Catholic Memorial High School  (14-3-2)  – Harry Morrill and the Knights will now be a top seed in the Division 1 tournament.
  11. Saint John’s Preparatory School  (11-7-2) – The Eagles are one of the hottest teams in the state and may be the favorite to come out of Dvision 1 North.
  12. Burlington High School  (16-4-2) – Drew Metzdorf, Sean Casey and Jeff Russo will look to make a strong postseason run.
  13. Shrewsbury High School  (19-0-1) – The Colonials are the odds on favorite in Division 3.
  14. Framingham High School  (12-6-4) – The Flyers downed Xaverian but dropped a tough game to Burlington.
  15. Xaverian Brothers High School  (10-7-3) – The Hawks look to have a deep run in the D1 tournament after being bounced in the first round last year.
  16. Andover High School  (13-5-2) – Zach Laramie and Andover could prove to be a very tough out in the Division 1 tournament.
  17. Scituate High School  (18-2-1) – Cam Francis and Liam Walsh will look to make some noise for the Sailors.
  18. Braintree High School  (12-6-2) – The Wamps will look for a deep postseason run building off a solid regular season.
  19. Saint Mary’s Lynn High School  (13-7-2) – The Spartans will look to get back on a winning track after sputtering down the stretch.
  20. Medway High School  (15-3-3) – The Mustangs finished the season off with a win and a tie and they will look to continue to play solid hockey.
  21. Wellesley High School (14-5-1) – The Raiders need to continue playing at the top of their game to advance.
  22. Weymouth High School (8-7-3) – Dickie Coyle leads the Wildcats into the playoffs.
  23. Lincoln Sudbury High School (12-5-3) – Ryan Rogers and Owen Toland will look to make a name for themselves in the playoffs.
  24. Franklin High School (13-8-1) – The Panthers are set to defend their Division 1 state crown entering the playoffs.
  25. Reading High School (12-8-1) – The Rockets have a chance to show their true potential in the playoffs.


Super 8 Hockey Tournament Starts Tonight! (2/27/17)…


Back to back games tonight at the Chelmsford Forum in North Billerica will have 8th seeded Marshfield vs. 9th seeded Austin Prep at 6:00 PM followed by 7th seeded Walpole vs. 10th seeded Catholic Memorial at 8:00 PM. These two “play in” games will determine which teams move on to the actual Super 8 Tournament and which two teams will return to play in the State Division 1 Hockey Tournament. In the first game look for the high scoring Marshfield Rams to pressure Austin Prep as they are led by two prolific sophomores in Aidan Connolly and Nick Hurley. Austin Prep will be led by two top juniors in J.J. Harding and Alex Maffeo with Dylan Regan in goal trying to keep the Cougars in it. The Walpole Rebels are led by senior forward and captain Patrick Donovan but it is their defense and senior goaltender James Corcoran that they really rely on to win games. Catholic Memorial is led by two senior forwards in Harry Morrill and Joey O’Leary who will try and score some goals against a very tough Walpole defense. Two terrific public vs. private high school hockey games that should be a great take for all those in attendance.

Angelo Santiago – Tabor Academy (RB / CB – Class of 2018) – ITHMA

ITHMA Player Profile – Angelo Santiago

Contact Information: asantiago18@taboracademy.org – (508) 292 – 0864

Twitter: @angelosantiagoo

High School: Tabor Academy

Grade: Junior – Class of 2018

GPA – SAT: 3.4 GPA

Position(s) Played: RB/CB

Height – Weight: 6’0” 200 Pounds

Hudl Highlights


Gym Stats: Bench 265, Squat 365, Deadlift 405, 34″ Vertical 

Other Sports Played:Basketball, Track

Notes: All New England 2016

College Interest:

College Offers:


MIAA Top 25 Basketball – Week 11 (2/27/17)


  1. Cambridge Rindge and Latin (19-0) – Cambridge boasts an undefeated record along with DCL co-MVPs in Dimon Carrigan and Jakigh Dottin plus three all-stars in Kareem Octavian, Daniel Rymer and Aidan Keefer.
  2. Mansfield High School (20-2) – Sam Goldberg and the Hornets look poised to make a deep run in the state tournament.
  3. Boston College High School (18-2) – Travis Evee, Carl Pierre and the rest of the Eagles played well under pressure as they battled back against Newton North.
  4. Everett High School (17-2) – The Tide look forward to a playoff run that could include rival Malden and a possible showdown with Cambridge.
  5. Franklin High School (18-4) – Connor Peterson, Paul Mahon and Josh Macchi look to lead the Panthers to a championship.
  6. Saint John’s Shrewsbury (17-3) – The Pioneers front court and Alex Bradley are well prepared to enter postseason play.
  7. Catholic Memorial High School (15-5) – The Knights are getting hot at the right time and they have played an extremely tough schedule.
  8. Brighton High School (17-5) – The time has come for the Boston City League champions to display their full potential in the postseason.
  9. Arlington High School (19-1) – The Spy Ponders are coming off an extremely successful regular season and will look to carry this into the postseason.
  10. Saint John’s Preparatory School (16-5) – The Eagles have the talent to give Cambridge a run for their money and have been playing well recently.
  11. Needham High School (17-5) – Rebounded from an earlier loss to Newton North to lead the season series 2-1 with a possible fourth game in the playoffs.
  12. Newton North High School (16-6) – Ethan Wright will shoulder the load for the Tigers in the upcoming playoff dance.
  13. Central Catholic High School (17-5) – A close loss to Cambridge shows the Raiders can be a threat heading into the tournament.
  14. Falmouth High School (16-2) – The Clippers look to capture a second state championship at their school behind Duke Melton and Eli Harris
  15. New Mission (15-7) – Despite the seven losses the Titans look to be a favorite in the Division 2 playoffs.
  16. Springfield Central High School (16-2) – Central looks to be one of the best teams in western Mass.
  17. Lowell High School (15-5) – Alex Rivera looks to lead Lowell deep into the postseason after a solid regular season.
  18. O’Bryant High School (15-5) – Rivaldo Soares is set to bring O’Bryant deep into the playoffs.
  19. Lynn Classical (18-3) – The Spartans look to contend in the Division 2 North bracket after playing a good regular season schedule.
  20. Bridgewater-Raynham High School (16-4) – EJ Dambreville and the Trojans have a solid seed going into the playoffs.
  21. Methuen High School (14-6) – Strong guard play could propel the Rangers deep into the playoffs and could be a spoiler against higher ranked teams.
  22. Mashpee High School (17-3) – Devaun Ford and Mashpee could be a dangerous team in the south.
  23. North Attleboro (15-7) – Jonny Friberg and Brent Doherty look to lead NA to a successful playoff run.
  24. Tech Boston (15-5) – The Bears come off a close loss to Brighton for the BCL Championship.
  25. Brookline High School (13-7) – Chris Camille and the Warriors are very capable of making some noise in the playoffs.

On The Bubble: Westwood, Concord Carlisle, Braintree, Nashoba, Nauset, Malden Catholic.

Ranking the Mass High School Class of 2018: # 1-25 (2/25/17)…

Let’s continue ranking the Class of 2018 and we will occasionally be adding new prospects to our list as we review individual performances from the recently completed football season.

  1. Finn Dirstine –  T / G – Acton-Boxborough HS, Lawrence Academy – Dirstine is a 6’5″  and 320 pound offensive lineman who runs a 4.8 forty yard dash. Already offered by Miami, Boston College, Illinois, Syracuse and UMass. He also recently visited Notre Dame and Alabama. As an offensive lineman at Lawrence Academy, Dirstine has played an important part in Boston College bound RB AJ Dillon racking up thousands of yards rushing. 1/31/17 Added an offer from Yale. 2/24/17 Added an offer from Dartmouth.  http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4524227/580a51d45caa592534e8fb77
  2. Pat Freiermuth – TE / DE – Pentucket HS, Brooks School – This 6’6″ and 240 pound TE / DE is a verbal commit to Penn State after receiving offers from Boston College, Duke, Rutgers and many others. At Pentucket HS Freiermuth displayed his athletic skills by playing quarterback before moving over to the TE position. A skilled pass catcher with size he could have a major impact at a Big Ten program like Penn State. Update: Was offered by LSU on 11/29/16. Offered by Notre Dame.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6035099/57fa633a7bddf81ce02b5e6a
  3. Ryan Betro– Walpole HS / Lawrence Academy – DT / OL – A force on the defensive line Betro stands 6’4″ and 285 pounds. An aggressive and disruptive defensive lineman he has the speed to play inside or on the edge and can can also act as a pulling guard on the offensive line. He has been offered by Sacred Heart and has received interest from Boston College and will very likely hear from other FCS and FBS schools. Update: Also received interest from Wake Forest, Syracuse, Delaware, Coastal Carolina, Yale and URI. Visited Syracuse on Junior Day. 2/1/17 Offered by Syracuse. 3/3/17 Offered by Boston College. Offered by UMass 3/26/17
  4. Jay Symonds – TE / DE – BB&N – This 6’4″ and 245 pound tight end is a big body and plays physically on both sides of the ball. A highly productive player in the ISL he displays good athleticism in the passing game and has received interest from BC, Duke, U Conn, Rutgers, UCF, Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, U Penn and Holy Cross. Look for FCS and FBS offers to roll in over the next few months. Recently visited Harvard. Visited Boston College on Junior Day. 2/23/17 Offered by Pitt, URI and Temple. 3/16/17 Committed to Pittsburgh.                .                 http://www.hudl.com/athlete/3204331/jay-symonds
  5. Jake Bobo – WR / FS – Belmont Hill – A big target at 6’4″ and 185 pounds, Bobo routinely out jumps defensive backs to make plays and has excellent hands. Another terrific athlete Bobo also plays basketball and lacrosse. Bobo has received offers from Duke, BC, Wake Forest, Dartmouth, URI, Elon and is receiving interest from  Stanford, UConn and UNC. Look for his next offers to come from UConn or UNC. Visited Boston College on Junior Day. 2/8/17 Recently offered by Army, Harvard and Yale. 2/25/17 Committed to Duke.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4458131/58082412842eb282b85adb3b
  6. Danny Abraham – RB – Boston College High School – Abraham is a 5’11” and 185 pound running back who runs a reported 4.5 forty yard dash. Playing against top competition in Massachusetts all season long, Abraham has shown he can produce at the highest level. He currently holds an offer from Boston College with interest from Duke, Stanford, Virginia, Harvard and others. Visited BC on Junior Day. http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6340522/highlights
  7. Bryce Shaw – Bridgewater-Raynham – MLB/FB – Shaw stands 6’1″ and 205 pounds and he leads the Trojans on defense having played a brutal schedule against some of the top teams in the state. Shaw is productive playing in a three back running system but really excels on the defensive side of the ball as a stay at home linebacker that fills gaps and makes plays. He often uses his quick first step to stuff the run or pressure the quarterback. Shaw has had interest from Duke and Navy with more schools likely interested after a very solid all-around junior season. 2/18/17 Recently visited Harvard. 3/26/17 Visited Navy. 3/28/17 Committed to Navy.                                                                                     http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6374146/580d40cd11fa7f32f85756bb
  8. John Grady – QB / OLB – Newton North High School – Grady is a terrific all-around athlete playing football, hockey and baseball all at the varsity level and we have him as the top overall quarterback in the 2018 class. Standing 6’1″ and 215 pounds he has arguably the strongest arm in the 2018 quarterback class and he can also run the ball with great success as he is a fast and shifty runner. Grady has received interest from Boston College, Yale and Rutgers and will likely hear from more schools in the coming months. 2/18/17 Recently visited Yale. 3/22/17 Visited U Penn.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6224161/57fa67b63bd81463c47641ef
  9. Hunter Gorgas – St. John’s Shrewsbury HS – TE / DE – A big target at 6’5″ and 245 pounds, Gorgas lines up as a traditional tight end and also as a wide receiver as he has excellent hands. Also plays defense and has received interest from Boston College and Maryland. 2/25/17 Offered by URI. 3/4/17 Visited Syracuse. 3/26/17 Visited Temple.                                         http://www.hudl.com/video/3/5331857/583f803cdfd8b91c580da9ce
  10. Scott Murphy – Billerica HS – Uncommitted – DE / TE – Murphy started playing football as a junior and broke out last season recording 14.5 sacks. Murphy and has received offers from Bryant, Marist, Bucknell and with his stellar play look for Murphy to pick up bigger FCS offers or take a prep year and look to play FBS football. Either way, Murphy is a tremendously talented prospect as a DE/OLB. Committed to Armyhttp://www.hudl.com/video/3/6235403/57d9e052688ec600a8cba5d2
  11. Isaiah Likely – WR / LB – Malden – Another big WR target Likely is 6’2″ and 180 pounds and runs a reported 4.6 forty yard dash. A physical athlete Likely plays well on both offense and defense and if he adds size to his frame he could project as a big receiving target or also defensive prospect. After a productive junior season look for Likely to pick up interest from local schools. Visited Boston College and URI.                                                                         http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6759075/583ced805b3cb006587f33d1
  12. Cedric Gillette – Andover HS – WR / CB – Filling in nicely at WR for Brown commit Dan Gemmel, Gillette standing at 6’1” and 172 pounds has become EJ Perry’s top receiving target in the high powered Andover offense. Gillette also contributes on defense from the cornerback position and is a good athlete who also plays baseball.                                                                                   http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4236874/583751bb5b3cd8245000841b
  13. Chad Peterson – North Attleboro – QB – At 6’2” and 195 pounds Peterson is an athletic quarterback who throws well and makes smart decisions to move the ball downfield. Also a very good basketball player he is a good leader on both the football field and on the hardwood. With Peterson’s arm and his overall athletic skill set he should receive interest from schools.                                                                 http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4013050/583b8e9ac124d826f893c510
  14. Domenic DePaoli – LT – Xaverian Brothers HS – Following in the footsteps of other physical XBHS linemen, DePaoli stands large at 6’3″ and 270 pounds. Playing on the line with Dartmouth bound OL Jake Guidone and Brown bound TE/DE Cal Flanders, DePaoli consistently opens running holes for Bentley bound RB Devon Piccinin. With so many of his current teammates receiving college offers it is very likely DePaoli will draw significant interest as well. 2/25/17 Visited URI.                                                                                 http://www.hudl.com/video/3/5037880/5846fbf7b534592fb837e026
  15. Johnny Rosario – Cambridge Rindge and Latin – Thornton Academy – Williston Northampton School – WR / ATH – At 6’4’’ and 195 pounds Rosario is an extremely athletic receiver that can also return kicks for his team. Rosario has great speed reported to be in the 4.4 range and has great field awareness as he moves well and is able to break plays for big gains. Rosario had received interest from several schools but is currently committed to Mainehttp://www.hudl.com/video/3/6306266/57d7f71f3bd8144150851551
  16. 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.  Visited Boston College and UMass.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QngfqHbb-dc
  17. Zach Banks – Cushing / Salisbury – LB – A solid 6’2” and 225 pound linebacker who re-classed from the 2017 class after Cushing disbanded their football program. Banks is a good cover linebacker and finds himself near the ball and has a good field presence. Banks has received interest from Boston College, Rutgers, Yale, Pittsburgh and Syracuse.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/3274016/57fead065caa5822dc93a142
  18. Anthony Norcia – Everett HS – WR – A fast playmaker who stands 5’11” and 180 pounds. Norcia plays a big role in the Everett offense and regularly goes up against top competition. On an Everett offense loaded with playmakers Norcia had a huge junior season as he scored twelve touchdowns and had an impressive Super Bowl performance against Xaverian. 2/25/17 Visited URI.                                                                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciQmL66qcTg
  19. Jack McNeil – Marshfield HS – RB/S – McNeil is a running back/safety and stands 6’0″ and 195 pounds. McNeil was a Catholic Conference all-star at Catholic Memorial last year and was an Atlantic Coast League all-star this year having transferred back to Marshfield. McNeil is someone who does excel as a ‘’football player’’ in every sense as he runs downhill with a low center of gravity and is also a hard hitting safety. McNeil would most likely be a safety at the next level as he has good ball skills but he could also transition to a receiver with good speed and field vision. http://www.hudl.com/video/3/2133343/580652fd688ec4ed7c8bebd1
  20. Mike Yarin – QB / S – St. John’s Prep – Yarin stands 6’1″ and 180 pounds and has already committed to UConn to play baseball. Another terrific all around athlete he played on both offense and defense last season and was utilized all over the field. Despite his commitment to UConn, Yarin has indicated that he is open to being recruited for football and with his play this season he will likely attract interest from schools. Yarin displays great charisma and leadership from the quarterback position and this bodes well for SJP next season.http://www.hudl.com/video/3/5434658/580382883bd81479c8d73fa1
  21. Liam Doran – St. John’s Shrewsbury HS – OLB / TE – Good size for a linebacker Doran is 6’1″ and 215 pounds. Very disciplined playing his position, closes on the ball quickly and is very physical. Has received interest from Ivy and Patriot League schools.                                                                                          http://www.hudl.com/video/3/6188613/57f9a37b0aff7abf2c52536
  22. Jason Maitre – Everett HS – WR / DB / KR – Maitre stands 5’10” and 165 pounds and uses his elite speed on offense, defense and special teams. An elusive receiver with good hands who also starts as a defensive back and handles kick returns. Maitre was a force on offense and a star in the Everett secondary. A very explosive playmaker on offense and special teams while consistently playing against top competition including Xaverian in their D1 Super Bowl victory. Maitre will be someone who can contribute in all three phases and will most likley end up on the defensive side of the ball along with special teams at the next level. 2/25/17 Visited URI.       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgZkgQKx4Y0
  23. Camden Gagnon – Governor’s Academy – DE / T – At 6’5” and 240 pounds Gagnon is an aggressive and intimidating force on the Governor’s defensive line. Gagnon uses his hands well and he also uses good leverage to shed blocks, stuff running gaps and to get into the opponents backfield. Gagnon regularly goes up against other top talent in the ISL and holds his own on the edge and he plays to the whistle on every down as he has a terrific motor. http://www.hudl.com/video/3/8423322/5813acaa688ec21a8084fd34
  24. Desi O’MahonyBuckingham Browne and Nichols – LB / FB – Standing 5’11” and 225 pounds O’Mahony shows great overall football ability and toughness the way he plays the game on both sides of the ball. Playing from both the MLB and OLB positions O’Mahony sheds blocks, fills gaps and gets to the ball carrier. He is very physical and wraps up well. O’Mahony also lines up in a traditional fullback position (which is almost extinct in today’s football game) where he is an effective lead blocker and bruising runner for the BB&N ground game.  http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4689589/5834f890c124dd09a81bd39e
  25. Bobby DeMeo – Boston College HS – CB / WR – At 6’1″ and 185 pounds DeMeo plays well on offense, defense and on special teams. Uses his speed and quickness to makes plays on both sides of the ball and as a return man. Also a very good baseball player he will likely play a sport in college.                                                                                                                                            http://www.hudl.com/video/3/5414986/57e609d0688ec45db442b9e8






Jay Symonds, Jr. (Class of 2018) Of BB&N Talks With ITHMA (2/26/17)…

Jay Symonds has had quite a junior year over at BB&N as the big tight end helped his team win the 2016 ISL Football Championship and more recently he has had Pittsburgh, Temple and URI all come forward with scholarship offers. In addition to these offers Symonds will be attending the UMass Junior Day and he has had interest from Wisconsin, Duke, Northwestern, UConn, Louisville and Boston College. The combination of academics and athletics attracted Symonds to BB&N (the school is ranked #19 out of 8,000 private high schools for academics) and the fact that they also had a middle school allowed him to enroll and play varsity football as an 8th grader. He and his parents met with Coach Papas and Coach Willey and it was a great fit as BB&N runs an offense that highlights the tight end position and they had put numerous tight ends into D1 college programs prior to Symonds arrival. Symonds stands 6’4″ and 257 pounds and is a two-way player for the Knights as he also lines up on the defensive line where he is also very effective. In the little free time he has Symonds says that he likes to work out at home or at Athletic Evolution in Woburn, play video games (Call of Duty, NBA 2K17 and Madden 17) and he volunteers at his town’s YMCA Daycare Center where he works with kids. Symonds has one more football season left at BB&N and he will look to win another ISL Championship and another bowl game as he hopes to repeat this year’s success in his senior season. He will also be looking to find a college that has great academic and football traditions with coaches that see him being a key piece in their system and as a player that can help their team win. Given his recent recruiting momentum, look for Jay Symonds to receive a lot more college scholarship offers from top programs and for him to represent Massachusetts very well at the school he ultimately decides to attend.

Bryce Gallagher (Class of 2019) Of St. Sebastian’s Talks With ITHMA (2/24/17)…

Bryce Gallagher is coming off a great sophomore football season in which he had the opportunity to play alongside his older brother Blake Gallagher who is now moving on to play at Northwestern next fall. Bryce chose to attend St. Sebastian’s as Blake was already at the school and he had nothing but positive things to say about it to his younger brother. Bryce likes playing outside linebacker and his performance on the field has drawn interest from major college programs including Boston College, Michigan, North Carolina, Duke and Northwestern. Bryce says that playing with his brother was an experience that he had dreamed about since he was little and although he would love to have the chance to play with him again he will go through his own recruiting process to find the college he is most comfortable with. We think that this 6’3″ and 200 pound linebacker will have a lot of schools to choose from given he still has two more years of high school. When not on the football field or basketball court at St. Sebastian’s Bryce likes to play Madden 17 and listen to Meek Mill. Over the next two years he will look to help the Arrows compete for ISL Championships while being a team leader and then he hopes to have the opportunity to play at the next level. We think it is safe to say that Bryce Gallagher will follow his brother Blake on to play at a top college football program and that they will both represent the State of Massachusetts very well.

Final Super 8 Hockey Tournament Predictions – ITHMA (2/25/17)

Having followed the Massachusetts high school hockey season pretty closely this year, we will now give our best prediction of who makes the ten team field and where each team will be seeded:

  1. Pope Francis (16-4-1)
  2. Malden Catholic (13-4-3)
  3. BC High (14-2-4)
  4. Arlington High School (18-2-2)
  5. Hingham High School (16-4-2)
  6. Catholic Memorial (13-4-2)
  7. Austin Prep (16-2-3)
  8. Walpole High School (21-0-1)
  9. Central Catholic High School (14-5-3)
  10. Marshfield High School (18-2-2)

Eric DeMayo – Peabody High School (LB – Class of 2018) – ITHMA

ITHMA Player Profile – Eric DeMayo

Contact Information:

Twitter: @eric_demayo

High School: Peabody High School

Grade: Junior – Class of 2018

GPA – SAT: 3.63 GPA, 1210 SAT

Position(s) Played: LB/FB

Height – Weight: 6’0″ and 230 pounds

ITHMA Player Write-Up: Peabody HS – FB / LB – DeMayo stands 6’0″ and 235 pounds and makes plays on both sides of the ball. He uses his athleticism and physicality to run the ball downhill and to stuff the opponent’s run game. Has had interest from around the Ivy League where he could be a solid linebacker.

Hudl Highlights

Speed: 4.88 Forty Yard Dash, 4.41 5-10-5

Gym Stats: 465 squat, 505 deadlift, 275 bench

Other Sports Played: Shotput, Baseball

Notes: Placed 6th in state on Shotput (48’10”) Stats: 95 Tackles, 4 Sacks, 1 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR, 30 Carries – 314 Yards 2 TD, 13 REC – 152 Yards, 2 TD, Captain

College Interest:Bucknell, Bryant, Harvard, Holy Cross, Penn, Princeton,Wagner, Yale

College Offers:

Links: 2018 Prospects, 247 , Shot Put, USA Football , Game Article

Matt Drouillard – Xaverian Brothers HS (LB – Class of 2018) – ITHMA

ITHMA Player Profile – Matty Drouillard

Contact Information:

Twitter: @mattyd3636

High School: Xaverian Brothers High School

Grade: Junior – Class of 2018

GPA – SAT: 3.3 GPA,

Position(s) Played: LB

Height-Weight: 6’0” and 210 Pounds

ITHMA Player Write-up – Drouillard is a very fast and agile OLB who stands 6’0″ and 210 pounds. He may ultimatley end up as a safety given his size, speed and hitting ability. Drouillard plays very aggressively once he diagnoses a play and gets to the ball carrier or QB with a physical vengeance. Drouillard will be given a much bigger role in the Hawks’ defense next season as they graduate linebackers AJ Ryan and Colin Lama from this year’s team that made it all the way to the Division 1 State Championship.

Hudl Highlights

Speed: 4.70 Forty Yard Dash

Gym Stats: Bench 275, Squat 385, Power Clean 235, 32” Vertical

Other Sports Played:

Notes: League D1 South Champion, Catholic Conference Champion

College Interest: Columbia, Fordham, Princeton, Villanova, Bentley, Union

College Offers:

Links: 2018 Prospects