The 2023 Pennsylvania Big 33 team is announced
On Friday morning, the Pennsylvania High School Football Coaches Association announced the roster for the 2023 Big 33 Football Game. The Big 33 Gae will be played on Sunday, May 28 at Bishop McDevitt’s Rocco Ortenzio Stadium in the Harrisburg area. Start time is 19:00.
Colin O’Sullivan | Upper Dublin | 5-11 | 180: Rutgers Commits
Kadin Olsen | Armstrong | 6-5 | 220: Penn fixes
Mikey Bentivegna | suburb of York | 5-8 | 180: committing Duquesne
Nigel Linton | Whitehall | 5- | 175
Christian Santiago | McDowell | 6-2 | 243: Saint Francis performs
Stephen Scortis | state college | 6-4 | 240: Harvard fix
Tyshawn Russell | Bishop McDevitt | 6-2 | 185: South Carolina fix
Kenny Johnson | Dallastown | 6-1 | 180: Pitt fixes
Aidan Besselman | Upper St. Clair | 6-2 | 190
Sincere Smith | Westinghouse | 6-1 | 156
Jamil Perryman | McKeesport | 5-9 | 170
Gabe Arena | Bishop McDevitt | 6-6 | 295: Virginia Tech Fix
Xavier Archavsky | Lower Merion | 6-5 | 285: Army commits
Nick Krahe | Harbor Creek | 6-5 | 295: West Virginia records
Nakil Betrand | Northeast | 6-6 | 330: Texas A&M Commitment
Michael Dincher | state college | 6-3 | 295: Lafayette fixes
Kellen McDonough | Woodland Hills | 6-4 | 260: Eastern Michigan commit
Isaiah Kearns | Pine Richland | 6-00 | 270: Charleston fix
Vincent Carroll-Jackson | Central Dauphine East | 6-5 | 285: committing Nebraska
Riley Robell | Bishop McDevitt | 6-3 | 300: James Madison fixes
Neko Eberhardt | Some people | 6-2 | 284: Alabani commits
Jameil Lyons| Roman Catholic | 6-4 | 240: Pennsylvania Commitment
Terrell Reynolds | Harrisburg | 6-2 | 235
Rakari El | Gateway | 6-2 | 210: California (Pennsylvania) commit
Gavin Mole | Bethel Park | 6-1 | 225: Delaware commit
Max Heckert | Pine Richland | 5-11 | 205: doing slippery rock
Jeri Roberts | Preparing the Cathedral | 6-0 | 235: UMass commit
Sid Bridgeman | Charter of Imhotep | 6-2 | 235: Michigan Commits
Amir Jones | Harrisburg | 6-2 | 235: East Stroudsburg records
Rahmir Stuart | Charter of Imhotep | 6-0 | 200: committing Nebraska
Crews Brookins | Steel Valley | 6-2 | 185: Pitt fixes
Dylan Darvill | Emmaus | 6-1 | 180: Yale commit
Cameron Jones | Wilson West Lawn | 5-11 | 185: Execution of the Holy Cross
Campbell Meltzer | North Allegheny | 6-0 | 175: Saint Francis performs
Ben Sosnowski | Hollidaysburg | 6-2 | 195 | Kicker: Saint Francis commits
Seth Turner | Great Valley | 6-1 | 185 | Player: UConn commits
Sean Kerrigan | Central Bucks East | 6-0 | 190 | Long Snapper: Miseracordia
According to the Big 33 website:
The Big 33 Football Classic began in 1957 and is still regarded as one of the best high school All-Star football games in the United States.
Currently in the Big 33 Classic, the best players from Pennsylvania go head-to-head with 33 of the best players from Maryland. The Big 33 Classic has long been known as the “Super High School Football Bowl”.
Many of the players who participated in this game were recruited to Division 1 colleges and universities, and many of them progressed to the next level where they achieved a high level of success. Notable former NFL players include Kyle Brady, John Cappelletti, Kerry Collins, Sean Gilbert, Marvin Harrison, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, Joe Montana, Joe Namath, Ricky Watters, Ed McCaffrey, Larry Johnson, and Steve Slaton. A little. There are countless others who have taken it to the next level.
There has never been a Super Bowl without Big 33 alumni. BIG 33 is proud to say that at least one former BIG 33 player has appeared in every Super Bowl game ever played. This in itself indicates the quality of the players who participate in the annual event.
Big 33 promotes quality coaching and works closely with the Pennsylvania High School Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) and Ohio (OSFCA). Coaches are making a difference both on and off the field, making a big impact on our youth. A perfect example is 1961 Big 33 alumnus and 2007 chairman emeritus Marty Schottenheimer. He credits his high school football coach for much of the success he had at the University of Pittsburgh and as head coach of the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, Washington Redskins, and San Diego Chargers.
“Much more than just a football game,” The Big 33 Football Classic promotes student and community excellence by bringing players, cheerleaders, All-Star members, buddies, host families, and fellows to a plethora of activities during Game Week.
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