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August 16, 2022
Ferris Class of 2023 LT Joshua Sweeney Continues to Rack Up Offers Before Senior Season
Jersey City, NJ: For many football players, their senior campaign is the last one to get out there and impress potential college coaches.
It is no different for Snyder rising senior Joshua Sweeney, who has a chance to build on a very impressive individual junior season in 2021. But maybe more importantly to Sweeney is leaving a legacy with the program, and trying to turn around a winless year in 2021 into one that sees Ferris compete in the SFC Ivy-Red Division.
Sweeney worked hard in the offseason encouraging his teammates into the weight room and conditioning programs, and it has shown. Individually, Sweeney has packed on muscle to his 6-4, 290-pound frame, and has started to pick up some offers from schools around the country. That list should increase in the coming months, as more tape rolls in of the big left tackle working hard to improve his team.
Here is a scouting report on the lineman from one of the league coaches:
“It could be very easy to dismiss players from teams that have struggled on the field, but that is something that could cause coaches to miss gems, and Sweeney is a gem. He has good size, and has gotten better each season in the program. I think he is going to be a big-time player at the next level for whichever program gets him. He is quick for his size, and stands out on the tape whenever I watch Ferris.
“I think he has a bright future, and is going to have a big 2022 season.”
To check out Sweeney’s film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here:
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