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100 Players in 100 Days – Day 93 – Jay Stocker, Coatesville

Written by: on Thursday, August 21st, 2014. Follow David Mika on Twitter.



Player Name: Jay Stocker, Coatesville

Height: 6-2

Weight: 190

40-Yard Dash: 4.5

Class of: 2015

Position(s): FS/SS/WR/KR

Jersey Number: 15

Years with Varsity: 3

Other Sports: Track and Field

Starting experience: Jay has started since his sophomore year at safety. He started last year at receiver and safety.

2013 Stats: On offense he had 36 catches for 476 yards and one touchdown. On defense he had 23 solo tackles, 30 total tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery.

Honors: 1st Team All-Ches-Mont League National Conference at WR


Coaches Q&A with Matt Ortega:

Q. What are his strengths at wide receiver?

A. He was wide receiver of the year in our conference last year. He runs crisp routes and has tremendous speed. He’s a guy that can get separation and has great hands.

He plays physical at wide receiver just like on defense. It doesn’t matter if we line him up inside or outside, he’s going to make plays.


Q. What are his strengths on defense?

A. His strength is he can run. He has good speed and great range. He’s aggressive and plays safety like a linebacker.

He’s always around the ball and a very good tackler. When he has you, your going down.


Q. How’s he as a kick returner?

A. He’s a guy that is going to hit the hole and take off. He doesn’t need a lot of room to get through the first wave.


Q. Final Thoughts on Jay?

A. His overall character is his biggest attribute. He’s a great kid and always worked hard on the football field and in class.


College offers: As of 7/22, Jay has offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, Virginia, Wake Forest, West Virginia and Wisconsin

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