Bishop Carroll LB Josh Chumrik receiving D-1 interest
Written by: Josh Funk on Sunday, June 20th, 2010
Lately, the Bishop Carroll Huskies haven’t enjoyed the same gridiron successes as they did earlier in the decade, when the blue and white were fixtures in the PIAA “A” playoffs and finished as PIAA runner-up in 2003.
But the Ebensburg-based Huskies still do turn out quality players from their program, and the latest such player could be linebacker Josh Chumrik, who is receiving Division-1 attention.
Chumrik, a 6’1, 205-pound senior-to-be, has received interest, but no scholarship offers, from six D-1 schools – Akron, Maryland, Minnesota, Penn State, Pitt and West Virginia, according to Scout.com.
Bishop Carroll did not submit statistics to Maxpreps.com for the 2009 season. The most recent available stats for Chumrik came from his sophomore season (2008). That year, Chumrik led the Huskies in tackles with 125 (76 solo), adding three sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
Bishop Carroll finished 2-8 in 2009, allowing an average of 23.3 points per game.
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