Stafford (Va.) Colonial Forge is home to a ton of talent in 2011. The school features five potential Division I prospects. Head coach Bill Brown broke down his junior crop inside.
The first of note is tight end Eric Frohnapfel, a 6-foot-6, 210-pounder who is reported to have a verbal from West Virginia at this time.
"Eric is a kid that we play at tight end and also flex out wide," he said. "He has great hands and a great vertical leap. He's tall and very athletic. He had 741-yards receiving at the tight end spot last year.
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"The thing that sticks out about him is that he runs so well. He's an obvious threat that we even put at wideout. Shorter defensive backs have a real hard time with him. He really gives us a weapon anytime and he can get wide open."
According to Brown, lots of other colleges are interested in his prospects as well.
"We're getting national mail from everywhere," he said. "Virginia, Maryland, Richmond and Connecticut are showing interest. A lot of schools want them to come for one day camps so they can evaluate them more."
Moving on, Eric's brother, quarterback Blake Frohnapfel is another name to watch.
"Blake is 6-foot-5, 210-pounds," he said. "He is a kid that is deceiving. He's so tall and runs so well. We run the option with him and he's very elusive. He can move around the pocket and has good feet. He can throw any ball, the deep 15-yard out, anything underneath and he puts passes in places. It's all cause of his arm."
Athlete Tim Scott, a 6-foot-0, 180-pounder is also getting a lot of interest.
"He was a cornerback, wide receiver and running back type of player for us," he said. "He's a good kick returner too, he brought three back this year. He's just a gifted athlete.
"He's had a great career here and he's a real good corner. Good cornerbacks are hard to find and he can play on the offensive side of the ball too. He had to cover some really good people and did very well. He's a luxury. You can put him on your best guy and know you have a good matchup."
Joining the list is bruising tailback Tyler Wilson, a 6-foot-3, 225-pounder.
"He's a powerful running back," he said. "We moved him to running back from linebacker the third game and he rushed for 900-yards in nine games. He's just a really tough kid to bring down. You have to gang tackle him to bring him down.
"He's got good speed and is a big athletic kid. He passes the eyeball test, he's a good looking kid."
Rounding out the group is offensive lineman Nick Easter.
"He's a 6-foot-4, 280-pounder," he said. "Nick is a three-year starter at offensive tackle and this past year played both ways. He's got great work ethic and works hard in the weight room. He's a heavyweight wrestler as well."