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September 9, 2022
Manalapan RB/SS Joseph Santana Gets Valuable Varsity Experience in 2021 – Big Expectations for 2022
Manalapan NJ: Whenever a player can break into a Shore Conference football team in your junior year, and make significant contributions, it is only going to help heading into a pivotal off-season and summer.
For Manalapan running back and strong safety Joseph Santana, that was exactly the case in 2021. Santana helped his team shake off a tough COVID-19 shortened 2020 season (2-4), as Manalapan went 6-3 and competed for a Colonial Division title.
One of the things that makes Santana so valuable to his team, and his coaches, is his ability to line up all over the field depending on the situation. He has played both corner and strong safety on defense, while he has lined up in the slot and also carried the ball out of the backfield.
Coaches love versatility.
This brief is from Santana’s scouting report:
“Santana possesses quick feet alongside excellent agility and athleticism, adding a level of depth to Manalapan's already talented team of college ready players. Joe runs the 40 in the high 4.7s and has terrific hands and natural cover skills.”
Since he got a chance to pick up so much experience in 2021, Santana will be counted on in 2022 to be a big contributor for Manalapan. He is putting in a lot of hard work in the off-season, and will continue to get better after a summer of camps. Santana should be able to translate that work on his strength, speed, and agility into a monster 2022 campaign.
To check out Santana’s film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here:
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