Here are some quarterbacks to keep an eye on in 2018:


Donny Blaine, Sr. – North Pocono
Blaine has been building towards his senior season as he took over the starting job his freshman season. He has thrown for over 3,400 yards during his first three seasons and added 31 touchdown passes to his resume. He also led the Trojans to a District 2 Class 4A title his sophomore season. Blaine is 6-1, 185 pounds and runs a 4.8 forty. He was named an NPF Second Team LFC Division II quarterback in 2017.
Blaine Highlights


Joe Fagnano, Sr. – Williamsport
As a first year starter, Fagnano lit up the Wyoming Valley Conference throwing for 2,460 yards and 30 touchdowns. He also ran for 411 yards and another 7 touchdowns. Fagnano was the NPF First Team WVC Big School quarterback last season. With excellent size at 6-3, 195 pounds, Fagnano is getting college looks from high level college programs.
Fagnano Highlights

Leo O’Boyle, Sr. – Scranton Prep
O’Boyle is more know for his abilities on the basketball court, earning Division I scholarship offers from all over the east coast. But his football resume isn’t too shabby either. He helped lead the Cavaliers to another football title in the division and District 2 Class 3A, completing 62% of his passes. O’Boyle threw for 1,543 yards and 22 touchdowns while only throwing 9 interceptions. He also added 7 rushing touchdowns. At 6-7, O’Boyle used his physical stature to make plenty of plays in Prep’s unbeaten regular season. Although he will probably end up playing basketball somewhere, he has garnered interest in football from Penn State.
O’Boyle Highlights

David Piestrak, Sr. – Northwest Area
Piestrak led the Rangers to another WVC Small School title in 2017 and will enter his senior season as a three-year starter. He threw for 1,078 yards and 13 touchdowns while only throwing 5 interceptions in 2017. Piestrak also rushed for 8 touchdowns. He was named the NPF Second Team WVC Small School quarterback last season.
Piestrak Highlights


Sparky Wolk, Sr. – Hazleton Area
Wolk returns for his senior season after being named NPF District 2 All-District quarterback and NPF First Team WVC Big School quarterback. He enters his senior year as a four-year starter and has thrown for over 4,000 yards while adding 34 touchdown passes. Wolk was also a standout defensive back for the Cougars who won seven games in 2017.
Wolk Highlights

Nick Gioia, Sr. – West Scranton
After an impressive sophomore season where he threw for 1,325 yards, Gioia never made it past Week 1 in 2017 when he suffered a season-ending knee injury. Gioia should be 100% entering his senior year and will be used prominently in Coach Brian Fahey’s offense.
Gioia Highlights (Sophomore season)


Dominic DeLuca, Wyoming Area 
Nate Rolka,
Lackawanna Trail
Chase Passman,
George Tinsley,
Abington Heights
Jake Wiercinski,
Holy Cross