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Recruiting: Top Juniors

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The local class of 2017 boasts some of the top players in the state, and Pittsburgh Central Catholic leads with way with several exciting prospects. North Allegheny, Steel Valley and Clairton once again have top-tier talent.

TOP JUNIORS: WPIAL and City League
1. Lamont Wade DB Clairton/Clairton

2. Paris Ford DB Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / Steel Valley - PITT

3. Donovan Jeter DT Beaver Falls/Beaver Falls

4. CJ Thorpe OL Pittsburgh/Central Catholic

5. Joshua Lugg OL Wexford/North Allegheny - NOTRE DAME

6. David Adams LB Pittsburgh/Central Catholic

7. Kurt Hinish DT Pittsburgh/Central Catholic

8. Kenny Robinson LB Pittsburgh/University Prep

9. Griffin Sestili TE Sewickley/North Allegheny

10. Rick Squires WR Pittsburgh/Penn Hills

Keep an eye on: Gabe Houy, OL, Pittsburgh/Upper St. Clair; Frank Antuono, LB, New Castle/Neshannock; Dewayne Murray, RB, Munhall/Steel Valley; Noah Hamlin, WR, Clairton/Clairton; Curtis Harper, DT, Mckeesport/McKeesport; Collin Smith, DB, Ligonier/Ligonier Valley Senior

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