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Weitz Wild for Buffalo – First Offer for German LB

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Late last night PPI CEO Brandon Collier posted an emotional video on his personal Facebook page from Charlottesville Airport in Virginia. He was taking Cologne Crocodiles LB Fabian Weitz to buy a plane ticket to Buffalo so he could meet with their coaches and receive his first scholarship offer.

Weitz is probably one of the hardest working prospects in this recruiting circuit and his hard work has paid off. Coming in at just 5’9, 220lbs, he is a bit undersized but his aforementioned work ethic and fast reflexes impressed Buffalo Head Coach Lance Leipold. His burst off the snap as an outside linebacker and overall explosiveness will help him transition to the next level and remain productive.

It was at the conclusion of the 2017 GFL season that Weitz arrived at the PPI combine in Hannover (along with Mark Petry, Kariem al Soufi, and Sixten Dragan). Shortly thereafter Weitz, Robin Jutwreten and Alexander Segerfeldt joined Brandon Collier on an impromptu tour that included unofficial visits to Penn State and Michigan. Segerfeldt is now committed to play for the University of Dubuque, and Jutwreten is already enrolled at Rutgers University and taking part in their summer workouts.

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Weitz Wild for Buffalo – First Offer for German LB

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Late last night PPI CEO Brandon Collier posted an emotional video on his personal Facebook page from Charlottesville Airport in Virginia. He was taking Cologne Crocodiles LB Fabian Weitz to buy a plane ticket to Buffalo so he could meet with their coaches and receive his first scholarship offer.

Weitz is probably one of the hardest working prospects in this recruiting circuit and his hard work has paid off. Coming in at just 5’9, 220lbs, he is a bit undersized but his aforementioned work ethic and fast reflexes impressed Buffalo Head Coach Lance Leipold. His burst off the snap as an outside linebacker and overall explosiveness will help him transition to the next level and remain productive.

It was at the conclusion of the 2017 GFL season that Weitz arrived at the PPI combine in Hannover (along with Mark Petry, Kariem al Soufi, and Sixten Dragan). Shortly thereafter Weitz, Robin Jutwreten and Alexander Segerfeldt joined Brandon Collier on an impromptu tour that included unofficial visits to Penn State and Michigan. Segerfeldt is now committed to play for the University of Dubuque, and Jutwreten is already enrolled at Rutgers University and taking part in their summer workouts.

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Weitz Wild for Buffalo – First Offer for German LB

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Late last night PPI CEO Brandon Collier posted an emotional video on his personal Facebook page from Charlottesville Airport in Virginia. He was taking Cologne Crocodiles LB Fabian Weitz to buy a plane ticket to Buffalo so he could meet with their coaches and receive his first scholarship offer.

Weitz is probably one of the hardest working prospects in this recruiting circuit and his hard work has paid off. Coming in at just 5’9, 220lbs, he is a bit undersized but his aforementioned work ethic and fast reflexes impressed Buffalo Head Coach Lance Leipold. His burst off the snap as an outside linebacker and overall explosiveness will help him transition to the next level and remain productive.

It was at the conclusion of the 2017 GFL season that Weitz arrived at the PPI combine in Hannover (along with Mark Petry, Kariem al Soufi, and Sixten Dragan). Shortly thereafter Weitz, Robin Jutwreten and Alexander Segerfeldt joined Brandon Collier on an impromptu tour that included unofficial visits to Penn State and Michigan. Segerfeldt is now committed to play for the University of Dubuque, and Jutwreten is already enrolled at Rutgers University and taking part in their summer workouts.

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