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Seton-LaSalle RB/LB Kevin Hart issues verbal declaration to William & Mary

Written by: on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

One of the WPIAL’s top running backs in the Class AA Century Conference has decided to continue his collegiate football career at the D-1 FCS level.

Kevin Hart, a 6’0, 185-pound running back/linebacker for Seton-LaSalle High School, issued a verbal declaration to William & Mary Monday, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

In addition to William & Mary, located in Williamsburg, Va., Hart also held offers from programs like Duquesne, Fordham, Toledo, Villanova and VMI. 

Hart marks the third member of the Rebels’ 2011 team to issue a declaration to a Division-1 program.  Offensive lineman J.J. Beggan is a Bowling Green recruit and junior Scott Orndoff, a Pennsylvania Sportswriters’ Class AA All-State selection at tight end, is a Wisconsin recruit.

The feature back in a Seton-LaSalle offense which averaged 35.5 points per game last season, Hart ran for 1,728 yards and caught another 19 passes for 264 yards, scoring 32 total touchdowns to finish as the team’s leading scorer.  Hart finished his career with 3,795 yards rushing and scored more than 70 combined touchdowns rushing and receiving.  His 1,700-yard season as a senior came on the heels of a 1,588-yard season as a junior.

Though he’ll play wide receiver in college, Hart was a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette All-Century Conference selection at linebacker, impressive given his exploits on the offensive side of the equation.

Seton-LaSalle finished 11-1 overall in 2011, reaching the WPIAL AA semifinals opposite Jeannette.  The Rebels scored 426 points last season, believed to be the third-highest team scoring output in program history, trailing only the 2002 (446) and 2004 (504) teams.

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