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'06 OH FB Scott Weber (Ashland Verbal)

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LordJeffBuck

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Scott Weber
Fullback
Canal Fulton Northwest
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 215 lbs
2004 stats: 1,440 yds rushing, 23 TD's

Scott was second team All-Ohio, Division III, last season. His favorite school is Ohio State. Scott will likely be on OSU's watch list, as the Bucks would like to sign a fullback in 2006.
 

wadc45

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Not what I was hoping to hear, but thanks for the post...

Moving to the reference locker until OSU shows more interest or Scott drops the baggage.
 
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osugrad21

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5/11

Scott was in attendance for the tOSU Spring Game and was a guest at practice. He is being recruited as a FB by Coach Bollman. Scott sees an ooportunity at tOSU and is very interested in the Buckeyes. He has a 2.9 GPA and a 22 on the ACT.
 
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BGriffBuckeye

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pics of Scott at a track meet over on BuckNuts

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OSUBasketballJunkie

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Ohio High Magazine - April Edition

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Ohio High Top 100 Countdown: 51-100
By Bucknuts.com Staff
Date: May 18, 2005

Who's the top football prospect in the state of Ohio? After that, who are the next 99? It's a tough question to answer and a tough task to try and answer it, but each year, Duane Long of Ohio High magazine rounds up piles of videotape, scouting reports, feedback from coaches, and more, in an attempt to come up with a list of the state's top 100 prospects. We are going to be counting down his first top 100 of 2005 over the next several days, starting today with the second half of the list.
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Weber is listed as the #52 prospect in Ohio. Bill Greene calls him a "battering ram" that reminds him of Brandon Joe.​
 
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OSUBasketballJunkie

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8/23/05

Scott Weber is a returning all-state running back and he just might be better this season. Scott had added muscle and is faster than he was in 2004. Weber has played varsity football since he was a freshman and he's looking for a state title in his last year. He is being recruited by most of the Mid-American conference teams as is teammate Randy Ardman, a returning starter on the offensive line. Ardman, 6-2, 275 pounds, is a punishing drive blocker and has excellent footwork for someone his size.

Two names you might not be aware of are John Bertsch and Teddy Robb. Bertsch is a transfer from North Canton Hoover where he started as a sophomore. Bertsch, 6-2, 220 pounds, missed most of his junior year with a knee injury, but is healthy and ready to go in 2005. Bertsch plays tight end and linebacker, and is also being recruited by most of the MAC teams. Northwest coach Vic Whiting has been impressed with Bertsch.

"He is the same type of player as Scott Weber," said Whiting. "He's a great football player and we're counting on Bertsch this season to play like one. I expect John to have a great season for us."

Finally, sophomore Teddy Robb, 6-2, 180 pounds, played well at cornerback and wide receiver. Robb had a 30-yard touchdown catch and broke up a pass in the end zone on defense. Robb, who ran a 4.5 forty at Akron's summer camp, has a chance to be a great player in Whiting's system.
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Weber on the left..........
 
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