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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Super Seven
by Greg Oshust
August 23, 2013 05:32 PM | 2992 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Willie Candler
Willie Candler
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Grant Drakeford
Grant Drakeford
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Denzel Franklin
Denzel Franklin
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Grant Haley
Grant Haley
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Clay Pfohl
Clay Pfohl
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Sam Schmal
Sam Schmal
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Cameron Seward
Cameron Seward
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Willie Candler

Lovett

 Class: Junior

 Position: QB

 Height: 6-0

 Weight: 172

 2012 stats: 128-for-211 passing, 1,768 yards, 15 touchdowns. 6 interceptions; 190 rushes for 636 yards and 8 touchdowns; 2,404 yards in total offense

 Quotable: “Last year was like an amazing experience. It’s my third year on the varsity level, so I’m more familiar with the offense and I know what to do with it. I can spread the ball around and make some plays.”

Grant Drakeford

Riverwood

 Class: Senior

 Position: QB/FS/KO/PR

 Height: 5-9

 Weight: 177

 2012 stats: 78-for-114 passing, 698 yards, 9 touchdowns, 1 interception; 163 rushes for 847 yards; 19 receptions for 242 yards; averaged 32 yards per attempt on kickoff returns, averaged 17 yards per attempt on punt returns, 3 touchdowns; 14 total touchdowns; 37 tackles

 Top schools: Received an offer from Air Force

 Quotable: “It’s my senior year and I bring leadership to the team and my teammates do the same. We all just try to come together as a team.”

Denzel Franklin

Pace

 Class: Senior

 Position: CB/RB

 Height: 6-0

 Weight: 195

 2012 stats: 95 tackles

 Top schools: Committed to Stanford

 Quotable: “We have a good upside to us. We have a new coach and we have some good freshmen and sophomores coming in, so things are looking good for our team.”

Grant Haley

Lovett

 Class: Senior

 Position: CB/RB

 Height: 5-10

 Weight: 177

 2012 stats: 7 interceptions, 29 tackles; 103 rushes for 536 yards and 6 touchdowns; 18 receptions, 226 yards, 2 touchdowns; 13 kickoff returns, 495 yards; 9 punt returns, 159 yards; 1,431 all-purpose yards

 Top schools: Committed to Vanderbilt

 Quotable: “I’m a good all-around player for my team. I can return kickoffs, run, catch the ball, play defense and pass the ball if I need to. I have good speed. I can play a leadership role for my team and I want to lead by example.”

Clay Pfohl

Holy Innocents’

 Class: Senior

 Position: RB

 Height: 5-10

 Weight: 168

 2012 stats: 105 rushes for 805 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns

 Quotable: “Clay is the fastest player on our team and probably one of the fastest players around. Any time he touches the ball and gets to the edge, he’s got a chance to score. He keeps getting better every week. If we can get him some space, where he can use his speed, he’s capable of hitting the big play for us.” — Coach Ryan Livezey

Sam Schmal

Westminster

 Class: Senior

 Position: OT/DE

 Height: 6-6

 Weight: 270

 Top schools: Committed to Boston College

 Quotable: “Obviously, I’m bigger in size. I’m a pretty good mix of size and speed. I think I can move pretty well for how big I am.”

Cameron Seward

Westminster

 Class: Senior

 Position: RB/CB

 Height: 6-1

 Weight: 215

 2012 stats: 68 rushes for 322 yards and 5 touchdowns; 13 receptions, 118 yards; 4 kickoff returns, 66 yards; team-leading 506 all-purpose yards; 69 tackles

 Top schools: Committed to Boston College

 Quotable: “My versatility is my strength. My coaches are able to put me in several positions on the field. I can play anywhere on the field — defense or offense, receiver, running back, special teams.”

Cameron Seward

Westminster

 Class: Senior

 Position: RB/CB

 Height: 6-1

 Weight: 215

 2012 stats: 68 rushes for 322 yards and 5 touchdowns; 13 receptions, 118 yards; 4 kickoff returns, 66 yards; team-leading 506 all-purpose yards; 69 tackles

 Top schools: Committed to Boston College

 Quotable: “My versatility is my strength. My coaches are able to put me in several positions on the field. I can play anywhere on the field — defense or offense, receiver, running back, special teams.”
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