NAME: Karlon Quiller
SCHOOL: Scranton

No doubt if you are looking for a play maker from the past decade, Karlon Quiller was a player you could highlight easily. As a team capatin, Quiller led Scranton to a LFC Division I title and unbeaten regular season in 2012. He caught a school record 54 passes for 1,359 yards and 20 touchdowns. That included a school record 243 receiving yards in one game against Delaware Valley. For his career, Quiller was a three-year starter and ended up with 117 receptions for 2,601 yards and 34 touchdowns. He was a also a shutdown cornerback on defense compiling 84 tackles and 5 interceptions.

Quiller was an NPF Lackawanna Football Conference Division I first-team wide receiver in both 2011 and 2012. He was a division first-team defensive back in 2012 and second team defensive back in 2011. Quiller was an NPF All-District 2 wide receiver his senior season. He was named an all-state defensive specialist by the Pennsylvania Football Writers and a second-team all-state wide receiver by the Pennsylvania Football News in 2012. Quiller was also named a first-team wide receiver by He played in 2013 Big 33 Classic and was a member of the WNEP Dream Team.

Former Scranton coach Mike Marichak on Quiller: “Karlon was a game-changer on both sides of the ball. At any time, he could change the flow of the game. The thing that stood out about him was his football IQ was incredible. He always knew what he was gonna do on the next play. It was the little things that you can’t teach a player but he was a great kid, that was very coachable and loved playing the game. He was a pleasure to coach and even a better kid to be around. ”