Friday, August 17, 2012 - 1:32pm
Wesley's receivers look to catch on with Sottilare
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One of Wesley College's shortest football players will look to make a big impact when the Wolverines' begin a journey towards an 8th straight NCAA tournament appearance next month.
Matt Berile stands all of 5-foot-8, but caught 26 passes for 773 yards and 6 touchdowns a year ago, including 2 70-plus-yard bombs in the semifinal loss to Mount Union last December.
Berile and Steve Koudossou each averaged 29.7 yards per catch a year ago, and can both run sub-4.6 40-yard dashes. They will be two of the targets that returning 2010 South Region quarterback of the year Justin Sottilare will be looking for, with Berile having caught a touchdown from Justin in the national semifinals against Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2010.
Wesley also has to replace the receiving production of tight end Sean McAndrew who grabbed a team-high 36 catches and 10 touchdowns last season. Junior Ishamar Malcolm and senior Tambua Bradford will get the first crack at the line spot, although the two combined for just 5 catches and 53 yards a year ago.
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