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Penn-Trafford Football Pipeline to Division I Just Started

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Winning can mean a lot to a high school soccer program, not least of which boosts college recruiting and a school’s reputation in that area.

When teams win championships, college coaches appear. Teams that win should have legitimate talent, they conclude.

Such is the case at Penn-Trafford, where the Warriors won WPIAL and PIAA Class 5A titles last fall and created a must-visit stop for coaches looking for commits.

The Warriors’ current recruiting prospects are like the team’s championship rings: shiny and oversized.

While the numbers could grow, the team could eventually produce half a dozen Division I-caliber players from the 2022, ’23, and ’24 classes.

While undisputed Warriors frontman Cade Yacamelli (RB/DB) is on his way to Wisconsin, and lineman Declan Ochendowski will play at Cornell, several of their younger former teammates are attracting the attention of Division I programs.

Juniors Conlan Greene (TE/DE/LB), Joe Enick (C/DL) and Daniel Tarabrella (WR/LB), and sophomore Zach Tomosovich (OL/DL) have received scholarship offers from FCS schools in recent weeks.

“All four of the guys who have received offers at the moment are earning very well, and I think we have a few more who will,” said Warriors coach John Ruane. “None of the four misses a workout, a workout, or even a rep. They all went the extra mile beyond what we do as a team… but they are team first guys.”

Many of the players are involved in multiple sports, which the coaching staff appreciates.

Greene (6-foot-4, 250 pounds), who may be getting a look at quarterback for his senior season if the Warriors want to replace Carter Green, has offers from St. Francis (Pa.), Central Michigan, Fordham and Maine.

“Conlan is a really good athlete with excellent feet, which I think basketball really helped with,” said Ruane. “He makes moves all over the field.”

Green said college coaches say each athlete brings a different skill set to the field and to the recruiting pool.

“Most of these coaches who have stopped talking to us have said that the physicality and cleverness with which we play sets us apart from the rest,” Greene said. “On the other hand, they mention that each of us has talents and skills that are different from each other.”

Enick (6-3, 290) also has offers from St. Francis (Pa.), Fordham and Central Michigan, plus those from Buffalo, Georgetown, Youngstown State and The Citadel.

“Joe is a multi-athlete whose film speaks for itself,” Ruane said. “He is the best finisher we’ve had up front and is really competitive. A lot of that comes from his wrestling background.”

Tarabrella (6-3, 210) also has an offer from St. Francis (Pa.), who apparently tries to throw a net over Penn-Trafford and get multiple Warriors to come to Loretto.

“Daniel is just fantastic on the field, with speed and physicality,” said Ruane. “He also plays volleyball, which helps with sudden movements. His IQ is through the roof.”

Then there’s Tomosovich, who could be getting the most attention from the bunch, possibly even FBS-wise.

Penn State has asked about the 6-5, 320-pound two-way gear. He has an offer from Toledo.

“Tomo” is ready for a big junior season.

“Zach doesn’t just look like a lineman, he can move,” Ruane said. “It can bend, move sideways and move people. He’s going to be great.”

Like Yacamelli, who set the pace for this group of prospects, Ruane believes he coaches respectable young men.

“The best thing to hear about all these kids is when every coach who comes in says how classy they are,” Ruane said. “How they shake hands and speak maturely. They all say it has helped every child.”

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Bill via email at [email protected] or via Twitter

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