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Family matters: Penn. LB Sam Bergen

LB Sam Bergen

As hard as we try at The Bootleg, plenty of college football stars fly entirely under the radar in high school, often due to a lack of exposure or untimely injury. Pennsylvania LB Sam Bergen, brother of Stanford LB Max, thinks he could be a sleeper in the making, and he's thinking coaching staffs around the country might just figure that out too.

Eastern Pennsylvania linebacker Sam Bergen (East Stroudsburg South HS) had strong freshmen and sophomore years, but a torn ACL ended his junior season ended early. Bergen, though, says he'll soon be good as new – and is doing his part to help colleges take notice. "I was out at Rutgers and Pitt for their Junior Days," Bergen told in a Saturday afternoon interview. "I've been to... Recommended Stories

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