Coach Abe's Player Watchlist


Quarterback Watch list After Week 1
Logan Leiby-2018-Selinsgrove, PA (16-19 403yds, 5TDs)

Leiby had a heck of a day. He made a variety of throws in his Wk1 highlights. Though many of the passes weren't strongly contested, Leiby still displayed some touch and accuracy on his passes. He was able to take advantage of some defensive miscues hitting his WRs in stride.
Logan Leiby - Week 1 Highlights vs Milton

Kevin Doyle-2018-St.John’s, Maryland (13-17 276yds, 4TDs)

Doyle lit it up in his 1st game at St. John’s. He takes over a team that was had impressive QB play last year by the name of Kasim Hill who’s currently at UMD. Doyle was able to show off his arm strength while dropping a number of deep balls on the money. Ball placement has always been a strong suit for Doyle. He has on the radar of some top college programs including the SEC and ACC. Looking forward to Doyle to continuing this progress St. John’s schedule includes some of the against some of the country’s best talent. It will solidify his position as one of the top passers in his class.
Kevin Doyle - Week 1 Highlights vs. Jones HS (FL)
Stone Hollenbach-2019-Southern Columbia, PA (7-10 144yds, 3TDs / 2-40rush, 1TD)
Hollenbach is a very intriguing prospect. Surprisingly, he only holds a Bucknell offer so far, but a solid Junior season will increase his offer sheet. He is listed on his Hudl account as 6'3" 190lbs and can make every throw on the field. He has a frame that he can add muscle and strength which will lead to more velocity and should put him atop of many Division I prospect lists. He begins his Junior season on the radar of many schools which includes Alabama. He annually attends the Saban camp and was recently awarded 1st Team All-Saban for top camp prospect. Hollenbach is one to watch.
Stone Hollenbach- Week 1 Highlights vs Shamoakin

Jack Psenicska-6'0/155-Springfield Delco,PA (12-14 165yds, 1 TD)
Psenicska put on a show vs Glen Mills. He hit his open receivers with efficiency and even showed his ability to drop in a fade here and there. JP(didn't feel like keep spelling his last name) has a little bit of time to fill out his frame, but he has enough moxy to give his Springfield team an opportunity to win this season. Can't wait to see his production this week vs. Conestoga.
Jack Psenicska - Week 1 Highlights vs Glen Mills

Isaiah Jones-6'0/220-La Salle College HS,PA (11-18 142yds, 2TDs, 133yds Rush, 1TD)
Jones made his first appearance on the gridiron since 2015. He definitely made a statement and was looking to knock off some rust. Jones connected to multiple receivers in La Salle's multiple-spread attack. He was equally effective with his ground attack. Jones' year off allowed him to build muscle onto his frame which makes for a scary sight when he's squeaks through to the 2nd level of opposing defenses. Jones is in the toughest division in PA and it will make for a very exciting 2017.
Honorable mention(scrimmage observations):
Nick Kargman-6’3/175-Pitman,NJ
Film from scrimmages show Kargman is able to complete some difficult passes. He displays good anticipation when there is tight coverage and very good ball placement in the tight redzone area. I am looking forward to following Kargman's progress during the season as he looks to light up New Jersey defenses.
Malik Johnson-6’1/190-Boys Latin, PA
Johnson did some impressive things in his film from 2016. I saw flashes of a natural deep passer. If he continues to progress on some details of the position he will be someone to watch in the near future.



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