A name that you will become accustomed to know is Bjoern Werner currently of the Salisbury School in…
Werner Coming to America
Bjoern Werner, a 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive lineman with freakish athletic ability will indeed be playing for Salisbury School this fall and his head coach Chris Adamson has made Scout.com aware that Werner will be playing in the States in late June and will start to live with a sponsor family in Salisbury in late July. Adamson talked a bit about which schools have been inquiring about Werner recently. "He talked to Coach Steve Addazio and Coach Urban Meyer at Florida a few times, so they're trying to get him down for a visit and are very interested," Adamson said. "I've been told over the phone by UTEP, Tulsa and Tulane he already has offers. I think Connecticut, California and some other schools are getting close to." "We sent out his sophomore film and his transcripts to 50 or 60 schools about two weeks ago," Adamson explained. "Syracuse, Boston College, Virginia, Maryland and other schools are really involved, so I think over the next couple of weeks things will start to come together." Adamson isn't sure what will be available to Werner in terms of camps in late July, however if he can find some they would certainly like to do that. He will most likely be taking unofficial visits to get the lay of the land as quickly as possible. Teams from the United States, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Sweden, Japan and Australia will play in the inaugural IFAF Junior World Championship at Canton, Ohio's historic Fawcett Stadium, home of the NFL's annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on June 27. Werner will be playing for the German team.
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