As always these prospects are listed in no particular order as we will continue to rank the class of 2018 at a later date.
Nick Murray – Saint Mark’s School – WR/DE/ATH – At 6’6” and 210 pounds Murray is a phenomenal athlete who is currently committed to play baseball at the University of Cincinnati. Murray has great physical size for a wide receiver but also shows the speed and quickness of a much smaller player. Very good at presenting a target for the quarterback and good hands catching the ball away from his body. It will be interesting to see which path Murray chooses as he could project as a very good football player.
Masyn Lorick – Tewksbury High School – DB/WR/ATH – At 6’1” and 174 pounds Lorick is a quick defensive back that can be put in single coverage and is also aggressive defending against the run. Lorick moves well in the defensive backfield and is also a sure handed receiver on offense for the Redmen. Lorick also plays on the Tewksbury basketball team.
Cole Durkan – Wachusett Regional High School – RB/DB/ATH – At 5’11” and 175 pounds Durkan is a quick and shifty running back on offense while being a very solid defensive player in the secondary. Durkan is a very good athlete who is committed to play baseball at Stony Brook as a catcher. Durkan runs a reported 4.68 forty, has very good hands catching the ball out of the backfield and he also contributes on special teams handling punt and kickoff returns for Wachusett.
Brandon Winn – Tewksbury High School – RB/DB/ATH – At 5’10” and 180 pounds Winn is a patient ball carrier with a low center of gravity and good vision. Winn uses the whole field as he looks for gaps to run through. Winn can also contribute as a receiver being a sure handed target out of the backfield or lined up in the slot. Winn returns kicks on special teams and is a very good athlete who also plays basketball and lacrosse at Tewksbury.
Liam Kelly – Dexter School – WR/FS – Kelly stands 6’3” and 192 pounds and is a lanky, sure-handed receiver who runs good routes. Running a reported 4.6 forty Kelly has quick feet and makes great cuts out of his routes creating space between himself and the defender. Kelly also plays on special teams and as a safety on defense. Kelly should have a very productive senior season with lots of skill players returning for Dexter.