Scout TV: Rob Dvoracek
Rob Dvoracek
Recruiting Analyst
Posted Oct 13, 2010

Rob Dvoracek is already hearing from Maryland, Michigan, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Rutgers as a junior and with his powerful running style and ability to also play linebacker, he should have no problem picking up offers.

Rob Dvoracek, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound fullback/linebacker from Parkland High School literally has the ability to play on both sides of the ball at the next level. As a fullback, he’s the complete package. He has good speed, pounds through would-be tacklers consistently and can catch the ball out of the backfield. As a linebacker, he has solid range, is a big hitter and does a good job getting pressure on the quarterback.

Right now Maryland, Michigan, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Rutgers are recruiting him and we have his sophomore highlights below.

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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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