Michael Shuster, a standout quarterback for the Camp Hill football team, is currently in the running for the title of Mr. PA Football 2015. The statewide contest, which pits well known names on the football field against each other, has fans voting for their favorite athlete in order to determine who will hold the distinction of being Mr. PA Football for the next year.
Shuster finished with an outstanding 9,717 career passing yards and 108 passing touchdowns which ranks him 4th all-time in Pennsylvania history. In addition to being a semi-finalist in the 2014 Mr. PA Football contest, he was named to the 2015 and 2014 Pennsylvania Football Writers’ Class A All-State team and is committed to playing for Penn State University in the fall.
According to Camp Hill Head Coach Frank Gay, “Michael is just a class act. He works tirelessly — he could easily just focus on football but he excels in other sports as well. That’s what makes him special. He is a great competitor whether he is on the baseball field or the football field. It’s one of his greatest attributes.
Gay ended, “His records really speak for themselves.”
Shuster has been nominated and selected to be among the top five high school football athletes statewide through a unique voting process. The fans, media, and coaches each represent one-third of the vote.
Fans can cast their vote at Mr. PA Football webpage. The final voting deadline for the winner of Mr. PA Football is February 8.
All of the remaining nominees — who are listed below — have been invited to attend the banquet where the Mr. PA Football winner will be announced. Pitt head coach and keynote speaker Pat Narduzzi will present the awards. Upper St. Clair coach Jim Render will also be honored with the Legendary Coach Award during the banquet. CBS 21’s Jason Bristol will be emceeing the event.
The banquet will be held on Saturday, February 13 at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg/Hershey in Grantville, PA. Fans are encouraged to attend – tickets can be purchased at www.MRPAFootball.com. Ticket holders are also entered into a door prize for a chance to attend the sponsors reception with Coach Narduzzi and the final Mr. PA Football nominees..
Proceeds from the event benefit Vickie’s Angel Foundation.
Class AAA/AAAA Top 6 finalists
Sr. QB Devante Cross, Parkland
Sr. DB Damar Hamlin, Central Catholic
Sr. OL Michal Menet, Exeter Township
Sr. RB Miles Sanders, Woodland Hills
Sr. RB Mike Waters, Imhotep Charter
Sr. WR Kobay White, Bishop McDevitt
Class A/AA Top 5 finalists
Jr. RB/ATH Evan Chadbourn, Bishop Guilfoyle
Sr. OL Connor McGovern, Lake Lehman
Sr. DB Andrew Pryts, Hickory
Sr. QB Michael Shuster, Camp Hill
Jr. RB/DB Lamont Wade, Clairton