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Tony Credle – Wall – NJ – 2025 – Domination in All Phases earns Athlete NUC MVP award !!!

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Tony Credle Wall High School Wall, NJ 2025 NUC All NorthEast Elite Prospect Camp Overall MVP Height - 5'8" Weight - 170 40 - 4.78 Shuttle - 4.32 Broad - 8'2" RB/WR/DB
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Tony Credle: Wall High School Football: 2025 Athlete named NUC All NorthEast Elite Prospect Camp Overall MVP !!!

Tony Credle, a junior at Wall High School in New Jersey recently attended NUC’s NorthEast Elite Prospect Camp and walked away with some MVP hardware.  The Prospect Camp showcased some of the tri states top football playing talent from middle school through high school.  Players participated in NFL Combine like drills, agility work, individual positional skills, and one on one competition periods.  Overall, Credle made his presence known and is now being looked at as one of the area’s top players.

Credle, a 2025 prospect, is no stranger to participating in NUC events, as he has done so before.  He is a member of the Boardwalk Beast 7v7 club as well, where he plays on the 18U club.  

He had a fantastic day dominating all phases of the event.  Tony ran one of the fastest 40 yard dash times clocking in with a 4.78.  His 4.32 shuttle ranked among the top 5 and had a broad jump of 8.2”.  In the competition phase he was clearly ahead of other athletes running crisp precise routes as well as locking down offensive players with his cover skills.  Offensively and defensively he made some fantastic plays winning his one on one reps in all phases. 

In terms of physical ability, his speed may be his best attribute.  He separated himself from other players coming in with an all business approach.  As a RB/WR he used his shiftiness to get free releases off the line of scrimmage displaying his ability to beat opponents.  He showed his great speed on both short, intermediate, and long routes.  Defensively he used his overall athleticism to lock guys down in coverage, his strength and speed allows him to play an opposing WR aggressively without the fear of getting beat deep!

It will be exciting to see what Credle does in his last High School season.  The 2025 RB/WR/DB will have an opportunity to finally have a place at the table.  He is an older, wiser and more mature athlete, add that to his ability to play multiple positions and you have the blueprint for a breakout season!

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