What can we take from a week that saw reaffirmations, de-commitments, and recruiting tidbits?
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Hopewell High School’s Rushel Shell has been selected to play in the Big 33 Classic June 16 in Hershey.
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) For once Rushel Shell actually looked human, and all it took was a simple gathering of the best high school football prospects in the country to do it. Another outgoing senior […]
Rushel Shell is one of six outgoing WPIAL football seniors playing in tonight’s Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.
Hopewell senior running back Rushel Shell has been named the PIAA Class AAA Football Player of the Year, as voted on by Pennsylvania Sportswriters.
Former Pitt Football Great Tony Dorsett joined Joe Starkey, Josh Miller and Colin Dunlap on Sportsradio 93.7 The FAN to talk about what’s going on at Pitt, and his recent suggestion that he’d help coach the team in the upcoming bowl game.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette high school expert Mike White checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to give us the inside scoop on how Todd Graham’s defection could affect Pitt’s recruiting.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — While Pitt’s on-field performance in Todd Graham’s first year as head coach has left a lot to be desired, his work on the recruiting trail certainly hasn’t.
The coordinating producer of the network’s WPIAL football coverage reacts to Rushel Shell’s historic night, and the questionable fashion in which it ended.
Once again, Rushel Shell is nearing history, and Hopewell is one step closer to a WPIAL title. But will hopes of either be dashed by one of the top defenses in Class AAA?
Pitt’s pursuit of one of the most sought-after recruits in the nation had a happy ending for Todd Graham. Now it’s time for him to turn his focus to the Class of 2013.
In case you missed it, hear what Hopewell senior tailback and WPIAL career rushing champion Rushel Shell had to say to the media, including 93.7 The Fan, after publicly committing to Pitt…
The coordinating producer of the network’s high school football coverage breaks down Central Catholic’s hard-fought win and Rushel Shell’s much-anticipated decision.
The Pitt football expert looks at the impact of Rushel Shell’s decision to stay in blue and gold–Panther blue and gold, that is–and analyzes another top WPIAL player whom Pitt would like to add to its “high-octane” offense.
The MaxPreps editor weighs the importance of Rushel Shell’s decision to stay home for his college career, and talks about the latest innovation by our brother website…