ORADELL, N.J. -- Never short on talent, Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) has three seniors committed to FBS schools. The underclassmen might be even better for the North Jersey power.
ESPN Watch List junior defensive end Garrett Dickerson already has double-digit offers with Ohio State, Stanford and Vanderbilt included among them. A two-way star, some programs are looking at Dickerson as a tight end instead of a defensive lineman.
Joining Dickerson along the defensive line is junior defensive end Kurt Holuba. The 6-foot-4, 235-pound prospect also plays offensive tackle and has interest from Boston College and Rutgers. Bergen Catholic coach Nunzio Campanile raved about Holuba and said he will be a “20 to 30 offer” prospect.
Class of 2014 linebacker Cameron Queiro is the younger brother of senior athlete Kyle Queiro, who is committed to Northwestern. The Wildcats have also offered Cameron, as have Pittsburgh and Vanderbilt.
One of the most impressive players at Bergen Catholic is a true freshman quarterback. Jarrett Guarantano is not the starter at Bergen Catholic, but Campanile has him working out with the varsity. The 6-foot-3, 170-pound quarterback already has an offer from Rutgers, where his father, Jim, was one of the program’s most prolific receivers.
Guarantano picked up the Rutgers offer in late June, before he was even officially a freshman at Bergen Catholic.
Aside from Richard Queen (UMass commit), Kyle Queiro (Northwestern) and John Tsimis (Rutgers), Campanile has two other seniors with the potential to play at the FBS level. Receiver J.J. Kulcsar has interest from Kent State and UMass as well as FCS Delaware and Towson. Linebacker Danny Grasso could end up at Navy.