Allentown Central Catholic QB Brendan Nosovitch up to 8 offers
Written by: Josh Funk on Sunday, June 5th, 2011. Follow Josh Funk on Twitter.
Verbal scholarship offers are starting to pile up for Allentown Central’s Catholic’s talented field general Brendan Nosovitch.
Nosovitch, a 6’2, 200-pound athlete, is up to eight verbal scholarship offers according to national recruiting service Rivals.com. Parties who have extended offers to Nosovitch include Clemson, Eastern Michigan, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Ohio, South Carolina, Temple and Virginia. He has also generated interest from programs like Boston College, Duke, Northwestern, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.
Nosovitch has fallen a little bit in Scout.com’s position-by-position rankings to the #41 overall quarterback in the 2012 recruiting class. At last update, Nosovitch was #38 in the nation. He is joined in Scout’s quarterback rankings by fellow Keystone State field generals Blake Rankin (Bloomsburg Area, #19), Perry Hills (Pittsburgh Central Catholic, #43) and Skyler Morhninweg (St. Joseph’s Prep, #45).
Nosovitch had an incredible junior season, connecting on 186-of-317 passes for 3,112 yards and 43 touchdowns against 11 interceptions and adding 1,647 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns on 212 carries. He completed 58.7 percent of his passes and averaged 7.7 yards per carry, throwing for 200+ yards six times and rushing for 100+ yards nine times. He finished 12 of ACC’s 16 games with multiple touchdown passes, including a trio of 5-touchdown pass performances in the playoffs. He also scored multiple rushing touchdowns in eight games, including four playoff games.
For his career, Nosovitch has thrown for 5,440 yards and 67 touchdowns and run for 2,665 yards and 45 touchdowns, and holds a chance to join former Jeannette field general Terrelle Pryor as the only other Pennsylvania field general with both 4,000 career rushing and passing yards in a career.
Allentown Central Catholic finished the 2010 season 16-0, winning the program’s third PIAA AAA championship and first since 1998. ACC became the 11th program (12th overall team) to finish a season with a perfect 16-0 record since 2004.
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