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West Catholic

Written by: on Monday, August 25th, 2008. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


These PIAA-newcomers could just wind up crashing the party, because they’ve got a team that, on paper, looks pretty much unstoppable.  Curtis Drake (PSU), and Rob Holloman and Raymond Maples are all D-1 prospects, and fullback Juan Rozier is a human wrecking-ball of a blocker.  And oh by the way, the Burrs have a sturdy defense, too, one that has just as many big-play athletes and the potential to go on a lockdown stricter than a state penitentiary.  The only question:  will West be battle-tested enough come playoff time?  Only Archbishop Carroll appears to have a remote chance of touching this team.

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6 Responses to “West Catholic”

  1. Huck says:


  2. District2 says:

    double a or single a?

  3. SgtLewski says:

    Jordan is a wonderful player. I have a strong feeling he will also be one of “Boomers Sooners” as his fathers calls them. He is big, hits hard, and has decent speed. He practices like every day is game day laying out big hits. Plus he is an extremely nice kid. He would be a great addition to any team.

  4. Chez Evans says:

    He is better than his father

  5. Chez Evans says:

    Jordan Culbreath of West Catholic is the player to watch on D. Middle Linebacker. He know how to bring it.

  6. Chez Evans says:

    You folks are missing a potential D1 LB for West.

    Jordan Culbreath is the player to watch. I played with his father at Oklahoma.