- Aug 15, 2011
Downstate coaches praise the SU staff for being so accessible. There is an open door policy once a week where high school coaches can sit in and watch how SU game plans for an upcoming opponent. Praise came in big heaps for Cody Catalina who is developing a great rapport with high school players and coaches. He is being viewed as a huge asset for the program. When he walks the hallways of a high school the kids come up and high five him.
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Myles Davis and family were in attendance yesterday. The kid is freaking built and looks ready, body-wise for major college football.
There were a small number of recruits on hand in the Dome yesterday. All told I would say about fourteen. Among them was the highly touted quarterback from the southern tier, Seton Catholics Caleb Scepaniak . This kid is all of 6-5.5 and it was learned Georgia Tech is in constant contact. Penn State and SU are among a few others who are keeping in touch. Caleb was on Tom Lemming's top 50 sophomores last year.
Another interesting prospect from the Saints who was there is Cole Mallory a TB/WR/DB/LS who transferred in from northern Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Community High School. He rushed for 70 yards on Friday but don't let that fool you, as he is part of a six man running back tandem. He is flying a bit under the radar but last year in Pa as a sophomore he led his conference in rushing. Cole might be a player for coaches to keep an eye on. Here are his sophomore highlights.
This clip shows his athletic IQ and athleticism.
Maybe Hoov50 could shed a little bit more light on these two? Seton has started off 2-1 with one win coming in OT, the loss was to a higher division school.
Micah Robinson and family were spotted dining at the Olive Garden on Erie Blvd last night.