2012 JJHuddle Previews: Toledo Central Catholic


Toledo Central Catholic Fighting Irish

Key Returners, News of Note, Schedule Thoughts, Coaches Quotes and more…

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2012 JJHuddle HS Football Previews

Toledo Central Catholic (8-4, Region 6 semifinalist)

High School Name: Central Catholic
High School City: Toledo
Coach’s Name: Greg Dempsey
Years at School (Career record): 12 years 104-35 record
Last Season’s Record (Conference/Finish): 8-4 3rd Place in Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Last Winning Season (If not last season): 2011    
Division/Region (I-VI, 1-24): II-6

Key Returners/Players:

* Jayme Thompson FS Sr.
6’1” 180 lbs.
All League, All District, and SM All State
Ohio State commit

* Amir Edwards RB Sr.
5’10” 195 lbs.
1,250 yards rushing 23 TDs
Being recruited by MAC schools

* DeShone Kizer QB Jr.
6’4” 205 lbs.
1,226 yards passing 10 TDs
Offers from Toledo, Bowling Green, Syracuse

* Jeff Dew Center Sr.
6’3” 280 lbs.
All League and District lineman
Being recruited by MAC schools

* Keith Towbridge TE Sr.
14 Receptions for 200 yards
Louisville commit

* Derich Weiland Slot Back, CB, KR Jr.
5’10” 180 lbs.
860 All Purpose Yards 3 TD

* Jon Perrin NTSr.
6’0” 305 lbs.
All State D Lineman 1st Team
Being Recruited by MAC schools

Potential college prospects?
Amir Edwards 5’11” 195 lb. RB Class of 2013
Paul Moses 6’0” 200 lb. RB/OLB class of 2014
DeShone Kizer 6’4” 205 lb. QB Class of 2014
Jeff Dew 6’3” 280 lb. C/DE Class of 2013
Keith Towbridge 6’4” 245 lb. TE/DE class of 2013 (Louisville)
Jon Perrin 6’0” 305 lb. NT Class of 2013
Jayme Thompson 6’1” 180 lb. FS Class of 2013 (Ohio State)

In just its second year the Three Rivers Athletic Conference has become a weekly battle for all teams. This is one of the up and coming conferences in Ohio. Whitmer, Findlay, Toledo St. John’s…

Coaches Quotes:
“There is a lot of experience coming back on offense at the skill positions and up front. There will be high expectations that we need to live up to. The defense is replacing 8 starters but there is talent in the younger classes. We need to build depth and get young players game experience.”

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