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  1. I mean… this Bosco kinda did show up, Joe’s got what 3 or 4 fumbles when Bosco was going into score. Bosco just a better team all around
  2. While I think Sydir Mitchell is an exceptional player, DJ Samuels is BCs best Player imo.
  3. STA and BG both can lay claim to 2 MNC’s during their run. As for all American #s I don’t know I would guess they each had a handful.
  4. In no particular order, I would say DBP 09-11 BG 14-16 STA 08-10 St Xavier (OH) 05-07 Lakeland 04-06 MD 17-19 Allen 13-15 SJB 18-20 (pending seasons on how this seasons ends)
  5. 09, and 06 would be my 2 and 3 in terms of best Oline Groups. the 2015 group with Capelia,who went on to be a multiple year starter at Center for Yale, Fornadel who would go on to be a all american and potential mid round NFL draft pick at Guard for JMU. Maietti multiple year starter at Center for Rutgers and current Missouri starting center holding down the middle. Tyler Friday who will start for Ohio State this year on the Dline at the other guard and Matt Hennessy who's currently the Atlanta Falcons backup center at Right Tackle and yeah thats the Best Oline Group in DBP history.
  6. Been a lot of discussion on the board lately about how NJ is down and will won’t produce a top national team for the Foreseeable future. Obviously since 2011 no team is been on the level that Bosco was during their peak. However, I think those great teams make it hard to realize that their have been some very good teams in the years that followed. I think the top 5 are 1. 2014 SPP: Wimbush and Fitzpatrick lead IMO easily the best team since 2011 DBP. Lost only to IMG in Florida with some Controversial calls. Still this team finished inside the top 25 teams in America that year. 2. 2015 DBP: a very complete team that was powered behind the best Oline in program history. Lost to SJR in the season opener, a loss that would be avenged in the state final. Lost at Bishop Gorman a unanimous top three team that year. Lost to PC which needed Malik Bakker fumbling on the 1 yard line, Devito being knocked out, a phantom PI call and a Hail Mary in order to win. IMO this is the second best team since 2011. 3. 2018 SJR: A team that was also very complete. Team had size, speed and athleticism. Arguably the best Dline since 2011 with Cross, Vilbert and Vanover. Lost in the season opener against American Heritage in Florida Without their HC, also lost to BC in the regular season, a loss avenged in the state final. 4. 2013 SJR: this team started the year off with a Bang blowing the doors off Dematha and proceeded to run through its schedule until... they inexplicably lost at home to DBP on thanksgiving. Spencer Aukamp, Sherman Alston and Mark Fassati lead the team to the group 3 title. A struggled comparing this team to the 2018 SJR but have 2018 the edge for playing in group 4. 5: 2017 Bergen Catholic: gotta give a lot of props to this team for traveling out to California to play one of the best high school teams I’ve ever seen in Mater Dei that year. This Bergen Catholic team was the BNU team to Since 2011 to go undefeated Against league opponents. The loss against Arch Bishop Wood derailed what could have been a top 25 finish. just missed 2013 and 2016 Paramus Catholic. Both very good teams that won state titles, however in head to head matchups I’d give the nod to the teams listed above. I think it’s easy to forget that NJs top teams are still very good and can compete with almost everyone. If you judge by the standard of the Bosco Dynasty you’ll always be disappointed.
  7. Bosco will be competitive with the top teams this ear but is still a year away. Teams is pretty much all Sophomores and juniors. I think only 4-5 senior starters. I think it’s between BC and SPP this year.
  8. I would argue actually that DBP has pretty good size everywhere except at WR and CB which doesn’t necessitate being 6’4 and 225 pounds. But I would agree that the defensive secondary is DBPs biggest question mark going into the season.
  9. One month from today the BNU will kickoff for football (thank god). With that I think it’s time to take a look into what each team has for the 20 season. I think this looks to be one of the most exciting years for north jersey football as each of the parochial has a lot to be excited about. Please feel free to add to this as you see fit. Maybe PJR can give his insight, always enjoyed reading his previews. BC: should have some serious Star Power on both sides of the ball, with Angeli and Butler at QB and RB and Malone and Gould at DT and CB. Overall I’m really excited to see watch how BC plays as they faulted down the stretch last year. SJR: With the Top Oline and RB recruits in the state, I think everyone will know how joes will want to play. Add in Monte at LB on defense and I think joes will have one of the most balanced teams in the BNU. Really curious to see who will emerge as the starting QB. DBP: Bosco for the first time in a while will have a experienced group on the offensive line which should help senior QB Robbins. IF Bosco can find a suitable replacement for Berger and Monagai they could be dangerous on offense. Defensively the front 7 should stout but the defensive secondary is my biggest question for Bosco going into this year. SPP: the defending state champs have a lot of talent back in 2020 with Bullock at QB and Rooks on Defense. Peters is my #1 team going into the year as they just have talent players all over their team. As always it will be interesting to see how peters matches up with the Bergen county powers .
  10. DBP will bring back a lot at key positions (OL, QB and defensive front 7). I think they’ll beat JC, not by 40, but comfortably at home.
  11. Yes replacing Berger, Monangai and Ramos is going to be very hard. However, with 4 out of 5 offensive linemen back and Robbins at QB. The offensive has a chance to be very efficient.
  12. Ummm it was 7-0 at half time and ended at 21-0. Was SFA better? Yes but to say Bosco was “murdered” is a gross exaggeration
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