The high school football season is over, and it's now over for most college teams. It's the time of year colleges are really out on that recruiting trail, looking to find new players to join their program. As a result, it is a very important time for the Class of 2015 prospects.
Today we highlight 5 players who have put in a ton of work over the past 4 years and had tremendous senior seasons. Justin Poitras was a beast on both sides of the ball, especially at LB helping to lead a dominant Pinkerton defense and the Astros to an undefeated D-I title. Neil Vorster was widely regarded as the top lineman in the state. He's an animal on both sides of the ball and the guy in the trenches who opposing teams game plan around. Austin Homsey is a strong, physical kid with good speed and loves to hit people - another kid who was a force on both offense and defense. Christian Marquis is just a play maker. Whether it's returning kicks, intercepting passes on defense, catch a screen pass and breaking it for a big gain, or sprinting down field to catch a deep ball he is all over the field using his speed to make plays. Last but not least is Brendan McInnis, the best QB in the state. McInnis has the size, the arm strength, the foot speed and mechanics to be a scholarship player. And he's a winner, after leading Windham to an unbeaten D-II state title. Here's a look at each of their senior highlight videos.
Justin Poitras G/OLB, 6'0" 210 lbs., Pinkerton Academy
Neil Vorster, C/DE, 6'3" 270, Exeter HS
Austin Homsey, TE/OLB, 6'1" 210 lbs., Salem HS
Christian Marquis, SB/FS, 5'11" 170 lbs., Goffstown HS
Brendan McInnis, QB, 6'3" 215 lbs., Windham HS