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Ty Keyes

QB
Ty is likely the most "ready to play right away" quarterback in this class and most naturally gifted passer in this class. You don't see many weaknesses in his game and he is only going to get better once he enters college. He is a tough leader on the field and he has the natural ability to develop into an upper echelon starter in college. Has a very strong arm, gets good velocity on passes and can fit the ball into tight spaces. Gets set quickly, makes quick decisions and has the quick release to help neutralize pass rushes. Goes through progressions, has good height and can see the entire field.   Learn More

Fynn Ridgeway

QB

Fynn is likely the most "ready to play right away" quarterback in this class and most naturally gifted passer in this class. You don't see many weaknesses in his game and he is only going to get better once he enters college. He is a tough leader on the field and he has the natural ability to develop into an upper echelon starter in college. Has a very strong arm, gets good velocity on passes and can fit the ball into tight spaces. Gets set quickly, makes quick decisions and has the quick release to help neutralize pass rushes. Goes through progressions, has good height and can see the entire field. Learn More

Tayden Capenter

QB
Tayden possesses one of the bigger arms this class has to offer and is capable of driving the ball to any area of the field. Has good height on a frame with significant physical upside to add bulk and strength. He possesses terrific feet, pocket movement, awareness and can buy time with good overall athleticism for the position. He is a tough runner and will lower his shoulder as a ball carrier. Tayden rarely forces throws and works through progressions nicely, can check down and work from the first option to the next. He shows pre-snap recognition of where to go with ball and shows good command of the scheme  Learn More

Aiden Johnson

TE/H-Back/DE/ATH

After passing test after test all throughout the season, the Belle Vernon Area defense faced one final challenge. Clinging to a one-point lead nearing the final minute, the Leopards needed to keep Neumann Goretti out of the end zone after the Saints gained a first down at the 2-yard line.

Belle Vernon (12-2) was up for the challenge, as the Leopards forced a pair of stops and then recovered a fumble inches before the goal line, sealing the 9-8 victory to capture the PIAA Class 3A Championship at Cumberland Valley High School on Saturday afternoon. The triumph marks the first state title in Belle Vernon Area history, while Neumann Goretti was denied the crown in its first PIAA championship appearance.

Junior defensive lineman Aidan Johnson snagged the fumble recovery after Saints quarterback Mehki Wharton attempted a QB sneak from the 1-yard line. That turnover marked the fourth of the day created by the Leopards defense, which did not allow any points.. .  Learn More


Jackson Bellamy

OT/OG/DT
Jackson is a crushing, dominant run blocker with the size, athleticism and balance we like to see for the tackle position at the major level of competition. This guy has the tools to step in and be an immediate starter, becoming a long term force at his position. Demonstrates good flexibility in a three point stance; comes off the ball with explosion and a flat back. Gets a good fit when single blocking and does a great job blocking inside shaded defenders, knocking them back and burying them. Learn More