Football Recruiting Notebook: DCD’s Bergin Balls His Way To The Ivy League. Picks Penn
The Ivy League just bagged a baller. Northwestern should be jealous. I’m just saying!
Birmingham Detroit Country Day senior linebacker Aiden Bergin committed to the University of Pennsylvania last week giving the Quakers a high-value, high-character tackling machine for its Class of 2024. He collected 101 tackles and 5 sacks last season at DCD.
Versatile and ultra hard-hitting, Bergin (6-2, 220) is a pure wrecking ball sideline to sideline and a natural leader. Other Ivy League schools, like Princeton, Dartmouth and Colombia were in the hunt for his services. His big brother, Chris, also a prep standout at DCD, starred as a linebacker in the Big Ten at Northwestern.
Go North, young man!
Roseville senior running back B.J. Weathersby recently committed to Northwood. Weathersby combines slippery quickness with rugged toughness. Don’t be shocked if a DI program enters the picture before Signing Day next winter. Last fall, Weathersby rushed for 1,235 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Recruiting News & Notes
Macomb Dakota junior linebacker Di’Mari Malone(6-1, 200) snared another Big Ten offer from Rutgers
Chippewa Valley senior receiver and return man Shamar Heard (5-10, 170), the fastest man in Macomb County, is turning in his football cleats to focus on track and field
Howell junior defensive linemanBobby Kanka (6-4, 260) earned offers from Michigan State and Louisville
Warren De La Salle senior offensive tackle Ryan Ross(6-4, 305) was offered by Ferris State and Valparaiso (Can you say STEAL?)