NAME: Bryan Schor
SCHOOL: Delaware Valley
LAST SEASON: 2012
Most people would agree that the quarterback is the most important player on a high school offense. They touch the ball every play and whether it is running or throwing the ball, they account for a lot of the offensive success. Bryan Schor was one of the best to play the position in the area. Schor was a four-year starter and two-time captain for Delaware Valley. His senior season, he led the Warriors to an 11-2 record, two subregional playoff wins and a district championship. Schor threw for 2,585 passing yards, 27 touchdown passes, only 6 interceptions and completed 65% of his passes. He also rushed for 438 yards and 12 touchdowns.For his career, Schor finished with 6,518 passing yards (third all-time in District 2) and 56 touchdown passes. He ended up with 668 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns.
Schor was the 2012 NPF Lackawanna Football Conference Division I first-team quarterback in 2011 and 2012 and Offensive Player of the Year in 2012. He was also named the 2012 NPF All-District 2 quarterback. Schor was named an all-state quarterback by the Pennsylvania Football Writers and a second-team all-state athlete by the Pennsylvania Football News in 2012. He also received first-team quarterback honors by EasternPAFootball.com in 2012, was also a member of the WNEP Dream Team and won the Fiore Cesare Award for the best player in Lackawanna Football Conference. Schor ended up playing college football at Division I-FCS James Madison University where he started 33 games, threw for 7,078 career passing yards and 62 career touchdown passes. In his junior season, he led the Dukes to the Division I-FCS national championship and got them back to the title game his senior season. Schor signed a contract with the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Delaware Valley coach Keith Olsommer on Schor: “Bryan was always a player that played his best in big games. Helped our program make huge strides. Bryan wasn’t just a superior athlete, he was a student of the game. He was the ultimate competitor, never thought we would lose, an unbelievable leader. ”