Trinity League (and any O.C.) in the NFL

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Trinity League (and any O.C.) in the NFL

Postby Credo ut intelligam » Sat Mar 10, 2018 1:43 pm

Josh Rosen will soon likely become the most high profile TL player in the NFL (after Carson Palmer's retirement), but what others are there? The stockpile of talent from Bosco and Mater Dei in the past few years might need another couple of years to arrive in the NFL. According to the NFL's own numbers, there were 21 high schools in the U.S. that had at least 4 players on 2017 opening day rosters, topped by St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) with 12; California schools on that list included LB Poly (7), Colton (5), Crenshaw (5), De La Salle (4), and......Servite (4), with Ryan Kalil, Matt Slater, Matt Kalil, and Troy Niklas. Assuming those guys are stick around, we are about to have #5 with this guy:



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Postby polyrules » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:01 am

I don't pay close attention to the NFL, but no Chris Gallipo? No DJ Shoemate? QB from the same time(that dude was tough).

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Postby MDDad » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:08 am

No, the former Friars who made it to the NFL are:

Blaine Nye
Turk Schonert
Steve Beuerlein
Derek Brown
Matt Willis
Ryan Kalil
Matt Slater
Matt Kalil
Troy Niklas

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Postby Credo ut intelligam » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:32 am

Mater Dei has Matt Barkely and Bosco has Bryce Treggs currently in the NFL. Any others--or from any other TL schools? There's bound to be several in the next three to four years.

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Postby Greenwave » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:46 am

Mater Dei also has Thomas Duarte in Miami

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Postby Professor Fate » Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:49 pm

polyrules wrote:Source of the post but no Chris Gallipo? No DJ Shoemate? QB from the same time(that dude was tough).

All three suffered injuries that cut short their careers.

LB Galippo had back surgery at USC, and never seemed quite the same after, but he did sign with the Indianapolis Colts after going undrafted. He was waived 2 months later.

RB Shoemate retired from football as a senior at U Conn due to "lingering shoulder problems," after arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder.

QB Dan Klein did not play football after high school. He chose to play baseball as a RHP for UCLA and had a 2 or 3 year minor league career in the Baltimore Oriole organization, with a career era of 0.93, but retired in 2013, after spending all of 2012 on the disabled list. He suffered from right shoulder injuries.
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Postby Professor Fate » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:44 pm

MDDad wrote:Source of the post No, the former Friars who made it to the NFL are:

Blaine Nye
Turk Schonert
Steve Beuerlein
Derek Brown
Matt Willis
Ryan Kalil
Matt Slater
Matt Kalil
Troy Niklas
Edit: add Kurt Vollers another Servite Friar who played in the NFL for Dallas and Indianapolis.


There were many others who were either drafted or signed with NFL teams, but were cut before their first season:

Chris Galippo - signed as an undrafted free agent by the Indianapolis Colts
Kevin Goessling - Oakland undrafted free agent...Twice
Bill Leer - drafted #292 in '79 by the Atlanta Falcons
Frank Kalil - drafted #298 in '82 by the Buffalo Bills, and also played in the USFL from '82-'85.
Cody Fajardo - undrafted free agent for the Oakland Raiders

And CFL Players from Servite:

A J Gass - Edmonton Eskimos for 10 years.
Cody Fajardo - signed as an undrafted free agent with the NFL Oakland Raiders, and has played in the CFL for the Toronto Argonauts. Traded to the British Columbia Lions for the upcoming season.
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Postby Sixth Man » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:19 pm

Kyle Peko La Habra and Jamil Douglas Cypress

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Postby hit the lights » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:22 pm

La Habra Football
Dan Owens
Chucky Weatherspoon
Ronnie Hillman
Kyle Peko

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Postby BuckW » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:57 pm

With Carson Palmer retiring and AJ Cruz now with the Edmonton Eskimos, SM is down to 3 Players currently with NFL teams.

Gavin Escobar - Cleveland
Max Tuerk - Arizona
River Cracraft - Denver

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Postby frankieboy12 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:37 pm

More than likely Dante Pettis will become JSerra's first NFLer.

How many NFLers from MV?

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Postby Gravity Sucks... » Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:12 am

Sean Harlow - Atlanta Falcon via Oregon via San Clemente

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Postby 4ks.up » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:35 pm

hit the lights wrote:La Habra Football
Dan Owens
Chucky Weatherspoon
Ronnie Hillman
Kyle Peko


La Habra also had Ryan Winterswyk and Matt Estrada. Both spent about a season on an NFL practice squad team.

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Postby TommyTrojan » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:36 pm

San Clemente currently has 3 (Harlow, Murphy, Wilson) and, unless something more bizarre than USC's basketball team getting left out of the tourney happens, a 4th in Darnold will be joining them in the fall.

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Postby joefutbol » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:09 pm

frankieboy12 wrote:Source of the post How many NFLers from MV?


Jordan Palmer, Mark Sanchez, Konrad Reuland, Jeff Baca, Drew Radovich, Jed Collins, Tre Madden, Jeff Baca, Ryan Powdrell, and several more I'm forgetting.

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Postby FBOC » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:17 pm

More MV Nick Dunbar
Matt Kenely
Scott Van Der Ahe
Rudy Holmes

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Postby Omar Bongo » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:20 pm

Amazing that with all that talent BJ never won a big boy title...I guess talent alone will only take you so far
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Postby joefutbol » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:54 pm

Credo ut intelligam wrote:Source of the post Assuming those guys are stick around, we are about to have #5 with this guy:


By the way, Servite already has five. Travis Averill signed with the Bears a couple months ago. St. Brown makes six.

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Postby FBOC » Wed Mar 14, 2018 3:20 pm

Omar Bongo wrote:Amazing that with all that talent BJ never won a big boy title...I guess talent alone will only take you so far


Never had more than 6 D1 on any team. He wasn't in the big boy Div when he had the talent of 2004. They did destroy the big boy champion that year and 3 of the 4 semi finalists in the big boy division which prove's he would have won at least once. The division they played in back then was tougher than D1 or whatever it was called. They had tougher games in their Division. They beat the D1 champ far worse than their championship game. They were #1 in state and #2 in the nation. So they actually won a tougher Div than the big boy that year. So if being #1 in the state and destroying the D1 champ and beating 3 of the 4 semi finalist isn't big boy to you than so be it.

When they were put in big boy division the most talent he had was 5 D1 players last year. Which was far less than any other semi finalist. The 2 West Valley championship team's had a total of 2 D1 players in 2 years. The team 2 years ago had a whopping 2 D1 players both had no offers till the last minute. Good you won the big boy division last year with essentially a team that if it stayed together would be a pretty decent or better college football team. Everyone knows something fishy is going on over there to stock pile a college football team. This is especially true when you consider how very mediocre MD had been since 1996. Same coach same school nothings changed except 20 plus college players beating down the door to get in all of a sudden?? It's obvious why substantial talent would come to the basketball team. Long term high level success and great coaching. The same can't be said for the football program. So this current surge of talent to the football team has to be a head scratcher even to you if you were honest with yourself.

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Re: Trinity League (and any O.C.) in the NFL

Postby Professor Fate » Wed Mar 14, 2018 8:47 pm

Servite also had OG Sean Estrada who played one season with the SF 49ers.
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