Rob Dvoracek is already hearing from Maryland, Michigan, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Rutgers as a…
Dvoracek a Powerful Playmaker
Parkland High School has an absolute powder keg of a fullback in 6-foot-2, 215-pound Rob Dvoracek this season who has taken over the feature role after only starting two games last season. Dvoracek is not your traditional blocking fullback, but can run out of the single set, catch the ball and has the speed and power to absolutely plow the road. "I've been getting most of my mail from Penn State and Rutgers and then Maryland, Michigan and Pittsburgh have been in contact as well," Dvoracek stated. "I always liked Penn State growing up, so they stood out right away, but I'm really open in my recruiting obviously." "I did camp at Pittsburgh this summer and it went really well," Dvoracek stated. "I worked out at linebacker and fullback and the coaches told me that if I kept doing what I was doing I'd be very successful. They had me work out with the class ahead of me a lot and put me in showcases, so that was good to be with more competitive players." "I'd like to hear from Pittsburgh a little bit more at this point to be honest, but past that I don't know where I want to go, so I don't have any schools that I really want to hear from in particular." As a sophomore, Dvoracek carried the ball 53 times for 298 yards and three touchdowns in two games. On defense, he had 95 tackles, eight tackles for loss, 12 quarterback pressures and one forced fumble. Dvoracek has a max bench press of 275 pounds and a max squat of 505 pounds. His core GPA is 3.15 and he plans to take the SAT in the spring.
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