TODAY'S PAPER
48° Good Evening
48° Good Evening
SportsHigh SchoolFootball

Nassau Conference II football players to watch in 2015

Find out which high school football players you should watch in Nassau Conference II this season.

Tyreek Bromley

Long Beach, junior Running back/linebacker A power runner
Credit: Richard T. Slattery

Long Beach, junior
Running back/linebacker
A power runner with speed who ran for 500 yards and four touchdowns, Tyreek Bromley provides versatility in the backfield with his ability to catch the ball and block.

Aston Brown

Elmont, senior Wide receiver/defensive back With speed, strength,
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Elmont, senior
Wide receiver/defensive back
With speed, strength, and good hands, Aston Brown is a difficult cover in the passing game. He totaled 435 receiving yards and eight touchdowns last season. Brown also is a shutdown cornerback.

Anthony Catapano

Carey, senior Offensive lineman/defensive lineman Stony Brook-bound run-blocking
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Carey, senior
Offensive lineman/defensive lineman
Stony Brook-bound run-blocking specialist Anthony Catapano is looking to lead Carey to a third straight Long Island title. He anchors both sides of the line.

Michael Catanese

Carey, senior Quarterback Mike Catanese is an athletic
Credit: Richard T. Slattery

Carey, senior
Quarterback
Mike Catanese is an athletic and mobile quarterback who threw for 1,516 yards and 21 touchdowns, ran for 807 yards and nine touchdowns and guided the Long Island Class II champs to an unbeaten season as a junior.

Brian Haeffner

Garden City, senior Running back/defensive back A speedy
Credit: Handout

Garden City, senior
Running back/defensive back
A speedy and physical runner with great field vision, Brian Haeffner ran for 1,202 yards and 16 touchdowns while helping Garden City advance to the county championship game.

Jimmy Kelleher

MacArthur, senior Quarterback Jimmy Kelleher has a strong
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

MacArthur, senior
Quarterback
Jimmy Kelleher has a strong arm, even when rolling to his left, and threw for 1,175 yards and 6 touchdowns last season. He?s tough to tackle on the tuck and run, and he rushed for 12 touchdowns.

Shalike Merchant

Westbury, senior Running back/linebacker An aggressive and athletic
Credit: Handout

Westbury, senior
Running back/linebacker
An aggressive and athletic runner with breakaway speed, Shalike Merchant can make cuts on a dime and is difficult to bring down. He ran for 10 touchdowns and just over 1,100 yards last season.

Corey Sachs

Wantagh, senior Tight end/linebacker A tight end who
Credit: Richard T. Slattery

Wantagh, senior
Tight end/linebacker
A tight end who catches everything, Corey Sachs led the Warriors with 387 receiving yards last season. He has great instincts on both sides of the ball. Sachs had four interceptions and 58 tackles at linebacker.

Elijah Tracey

Sewanhaka, senior Quarterback/defensive back Fast and elusive, Elijah
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Sewanhaka, senior
Quarterback/defensive back
Fast and elusive, Elijah Tracey can break free on the option. He had over 1,400 all-purpose yards, 13 passing touchdowns and six rushing touchdowns. Tracey is a strong man-to-man defender in the secondary.

Jared Wolfe

MacArthur, senior Wide receiver/linebacker Jared Wolfe is a
Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

MacArthur, senior
Wide receiver/linebacker
Jared Wolfe is a deep threat who runs solid routes and has great hands. He had 36 receptions for 381 yards and four touchdowns last season.

Comments

We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.

More high schools