Mid-Season HL: Rob Dvoracek
Rob Dvoracek
Recruiting Analyst
Posted Oct 20, 2010

Parkland High School athlete Rob Dvoracek has looked like a human wrecking ball on offense and defense so far this season and currently has Penn State, Michigan, Maryland, Pittsburgh and Rutgers taking notice. Scout.com just got his mid-season highlights to give our subscribers a taste of him in action.

Rob Dvoracek, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound fullback/linebacker from Parkland High School in Allentown, Pa., has a definite future in the FBS ranks, but teams will have to figure out which side of the ball they like him on. He shows very impressive speed as a fullback out of the backfield and has the power to steamroll defenders, but on defense, he’s also an impressive player. Here are his mid-season junior highlights on each side of the ball:


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So far, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Michigan and Maryland are the schools showing him the most interest.

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