I like football,Do you like?With the opportunities and success so many Niagara players have had at Guelph, cheap jersey there has been a steady stream of recruits from the region who want to be part of that tradition. Among the nine Niagara recruits in the 2012 recruiting class is an elusive, big-play receiver. In fact, Michael Prytula of Welland’s Notre Dame College School had a spectacular 2010 campaign.The 5’11″ 175-pound wideout recorded 11 receiving TDs, 3 punt return TDs. The Fighting Irish went 8-3 in Niagara’s highly competitive A league and Prytula was the team’s Rookie of the Year.
You will see his 2010 highlights (below) are full of big plays.In 2011, Notre Dame had another solid season, 7-2. Prytula was a marked man as defenses were focused on shutting him down. He still picked up 347 receiving yards, two receiving TDs, two 2-pt conversions and a punt return TD.
While his offensive opportunities may have been limited, Prytula made up for it with big plays on defense including 5 INTs. Back in grade 10 Prytula was the Junior team’s MVP. He also won a district championship while playing soccer for the Irish and he suited up for the Irish basketball squad this past season.