O'Fallon could send four to FBS schools

O’Fallon (Ill.) coach Brandon Joggerst sent two players to FBS programs in the 2012 class, and he could surpass that number in 2013.

Athlete Darius Mosley already has a number of offers, and quarterback Todd Porter, offensive lineman Charles Harmon and kicker Austin Barnes could also sign scholarships with FBS schools.

“Todd is a very athletic quarterback,” Joggerst said. “He’s got a good frame – a little over 6-foot-3 – very strong arm, very accurate, good touch. He’s a prototypical pro-style quarterback but he can run but we just couldn’t let him run.”

Porter does not have any offers yet, but is garnering attention from a number of nearby programs. Coaching staffs often want to see quarterback prospects throw in person before offering, and that seems to be the case with Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State and Missouri as all have shown interest in Porter.

Harmon is a 6-foot-6, 240-pound lineman who Joggerst said “projects very well and should be a good player” at the college level.

Barnes is a strong-legged kicker who Joggerst estimates kicked touchbacks on kickoffs 75 percent of the time.