As always these prospects are listed in no particular order as we will continue to rank the class of 2018 at a later date.
Seamus Lambert – QB – North Andover High School / Brooks School – At 6’0” and 185 pounds Lambert is a solid quarterback with good mobility and displays good footwork in the pocket. Lambert moves well and evades pressure and he can also make plays outside of the pocket with his arm and legs. Look for Lambert to have a productive senior season throwing to top targets including senior tight end Patrick Freiermuth and junior wide receiver Preston Santos.
William Jean – WR / FS / ATH – Brighton High School – Jean is a solid receiver at 6’0” and 190 pounds while running a reported 4.65 forty yard dash. Jean lines up in the slot or out wide and from both positions he runs crisp routes and is fast enough to get behind defenders. He has good hands and also displays good strength running with the ball after the catch. Jean also contributed on special teams for the Bengals.
Ian Britt – RB / ATH – Cheshire Academy / Kingswood Oxford School – At 5’6” and 174 pounds Britt is an elusive running back who hits gaps quickly and finds space to run. Britt has top speed running a reported 4.5 forty yard dash and the Springfield, MA native already holds offers from Boston College, Princeton and Villanova with growing interest from Penn State and other football programs.
Noah Neville – WR / ATH – Newton North High School – Neville stands 6’0” and 165 pounds and is a sure handed wide receiver who runs good routes. Neville is a good athlete who also plays basketball and he has good footwork and running ability and could project at either receiver or safety. Neville recently picked up an offer from Sacred Heart.
Tyler Roberts – OLB / DE / ATH – Wilmington High School – Roberts is a 6’2” and 210 pound edge rusher who lines up as a hybrid defensive end / outside linebacker for Wilmington High School. Roberts needs to continue to add size and explosiveness as he plays well in space and consistently wraps up ball carriers. On offense Roberts contributes well lining up as a productive tight end or as a wide receiver. Given his size and reported 4.76 forty yard dash time he could also project as a safety given he is very athletic. Roberts also plays on the Wilmington lacrosse team and he has received interest from FCS schools in recent months.