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Keylan McNeil

Keylan McNeil: 6’4″, 195lbs Forward

Class of 2018

Keller Fossil Ridge High School, TX

Keylan McNeil is a 6’4″ junior forward for the Keller Fossil Ridge Panthers in Keller Texas. Keylan was selected First-team All District 6-6A in Texas High School Basketball.

As a junior Keylan is the go-to guy for the Panthers averaging 15 pts and 8 rebs. per game. Keylan is very athletic and versatile as a scorer. He can score around the basket with various post moves, is a slasher one on one off the dribble and can shoot from the perimeter and can knock down the 3 pointer.

Keylan is very aggressive on the offensive and defensive boards. He plays very good  defense and does a great job protecting the basket. He plays great help-defense and will take a charge and goes to the floor for the 50-50 balls.

Keylan is versatile enough to play the 2 or 3 position and when he puts on a few more pounds and grows an inch or two he will be capable of playing the power forward position.

Keylan shows great leadership and sportsmanship on the floor, and in the classroom he works hard with a GPA of 3.3 or 87.7 maintaining a “B” average. He displays great work ethic and a positive attitude.

Keylan is one of those players who is constantly looking to improve. He is very coachable and a great team player. Keylan is one of the Dallas Metro Area Promising Prospects. He will be an impact player.

Tony Schultz

Tony Schultz: Height 5’ 10, Weight 220lbs.

Wrightstown High School, Wrightstown, WI Class: 2020
GPA: 3.6

This young man is a student of the game. He’s constantly studying the game of Football, looking for ways to get better. His dream has always been to play college Football at the highest level. We believe he has the talent and the physical athletic ability to compete at the college level. If this young man was to get into the right football program and receive outstanding coaching, we believe his athletic ability would greatly improve.

Because of Tony willingness to accept coaching and the work he puts in year around, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman. Having the opportunity to meet Tony your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man.

Tony is very goal oriented and we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at Tony Schultz. Tony has the skills to change an entire game with his athletic ability, his incredible work ethic, and his passion to succeed.

Recruiting Intangibles:
1. Coachable.
2. He’s a student of the game.
3. Loves Football
4. Has attended many camps and showcases

Final Thoughts:
Tony loves Football.   He is a student of the game he as the one things coaches can’t teach Size! Take a serious look today at Tony Schultz He will not let you down. Tony’s Brother Derek McCartney Current Member of University of Colorado Football team.

Toriana Tabasco

Toriana Tabasco:  5’5 130lbs. Point Guard

Class of 2018 at Pascack Valley High School

Hillsdale, New Jersey

GPA: 3.99

For the past 10 years, basketball has been more than a sport to me, it is my passion. What truly differentiates me from other players is the heart and aggressiveness I bring to the court. I believe I would be an asset to a team because I am not a typical point guard, but a versatile player. In addition to assists and scoring, I tend to surprise people by being a leading rebounder.

Defensively, I am often assigned to guard the opposing team’s best offensive player. Most importantly, I consider myself to be a huge team player, always putting the team’s needs before my own.

I am constantly looking to exceed my own expectations, in both basketball and in academics. Coaches can expect to see me give one hundred percent on and off the court.  I pride myself on my commitment and determination, I have never missed a preseason training, practice, or game. Basketball means everything to me and I hope to continue as a college athlete.

Emily Gant

Emily Gant

Central Crossing High School: Columbus, Ohio Class of 2018 

GPA: 4.08 


Central Crossing High School – Starting Pitcher

– ERA: 3.17

– Strikeouts per Game: 10.41

– Batting Average: .333

– Stolen Bases: 14 for 15

– 2nd Team Ohio Capital Conference – Division I

– All Ohio Underclassmen Softball Tournament Selection

Travel Team – Ohio Hawks 16U Gold – Hutchinson

Summer 2015

– ERA: 1.48

– Strikeouts per Game: 7.62

– Batting Average: .369

– Stolen Bases: 12 for 14

Fall 2015

– ERA: .955

– Stikeouts Per Game: 11.62

– Batting Average: .432

Tim Kepple

Tim Kepple

Recruiting Director: Southwest Florida

Mr. Kepple graduated from Fordham University where he played offensive line.

Coach Kepple began his coaching career back in 1980 at Ardsley High School in Ardsley, New York, as the offensive and defensive line coach. At Ardsley he coached seven players that went on to play college football. It was here that he first learned of the college recruiting process by picking the brains of college coaches that came in to recruit the players. From Ardsley he moved on to Port Washington High School in Long Island, NY, as the Offensive Coordinator. In the one year at Port he produced five offensive college recruits.

Coach Kepple was offered a position at Westchester Community College as the Offensive Line Coach. It was at Westchester that he applied his recruiting knowledge. He recruited and produced six linemen that went on to play at Division I colleges. Coach Kepple was hired away from the Junior College ranks by NCAA Division IAA Iona College. He started as the Offensive Line Coach and was promoted to Offensive Coordinator. After Iona, Kepple was hired by his Alma Mater, Fordham University and then St. John’s University where he was the Offensive Coordinator. From St. John’s Mr. Kepple went on to the prestigious United States Merchant Marine Academy.

At Merchant Marine he recruited players that went on to serve in the United States military as helicopter pilots, Navy pilots, Navy Seals as well as giants of the Maritime industry. While at USMMA, St. John’s, Fordham and Iona, Coach Kepple was responsible for recruiting 12 states. Kepple’s final college coaching stop was Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island where he was responsible for recruiting five more states.

Coach Kepple left the college ranks to become the Offensive Coordinator at Immokalee High School in Immokalee, Florida, a Title One school with some great athletes. In 2011 his offense was second in the state of Florida and averaged over 40 points and almost 500 yards per game.

In 2012 his Immokalee team went to the state title game losing by one point on a botched extra point. During his time at Immokalee he had 33 players go on to college and so far one player advanced to the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.

With his background and experience Coach Kepple has been accepted on the prestigious Woods Recruiting team as Director of Recruiting for Southwest Florida.

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