It's a shame someone had to lose that game.
Our offensive line just moves people. Nick is our little ball of energy.
Last year, we were 160 pounds, this year we're 200 pounds. It's a beautiful thing. Hopefully we can build on this.
And he had all day to throw.
He's definitely the best player that has ever come out of Keystone Oaks. He's a hard-working kid that earned everything he is getting right now. His makeup will fit well with the Navy.
(Brad) came over and we watched the Army-Navy game on TV and he got sucked in a little bit. When you go there, your jaw just drops and he knew it was for him.
Anyone that watches our game wants to know who No. 54 is. He just sticks out. He's a real dominant kid. He knows how to play with leverage. He's nasty. You talk about the (prototypical) Western Pa. kid, that's what he is. He goes to the whistle.
He doesn't want to go anywhere else or look anywhere else. He wants to be a hometown kid. With the recruiting class Pitt got this year, it's really kind of a no-brainer. They're going to be good.
He is nasty and the strength of his game is on offense. We can run the ball behind him at any time. In the next breath, he could pull away by using a combination of power and agility. When he gets there he will make contact and there is no weakness to his game.