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Michael Shuster
Michael  Shuster

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Camp Hill, Pa.

High School:
Camp Hill

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 209

Position:
QB

Experience:
FR

H.S. Coach:
Frank Gay

Major:
Business Administration


2017

Redshirt Freshman Season

Season: Appeared in one game...Made his collegiate debut vs. Georgia State (9/16)...One of 23 student-athletes to make their collegiate debut in 2017...One of 17 freshmen (14 redshirt, 3 true) to appear in 2017.

Georgia State (9/16): Made his collegiate debut...Closed out the game with the final knee to run out the clock.

2016 True Freshman Season
Redshirt season...Earned Dean's List accolades in the 2016 fall and 2017 spring semesters.

High School
Four-year letterman and was captain as a senior at Camp Hill High School for head coach Frank Gay...Named first-team Class A All-State by three services as a junior and senior...Selected as small school Mr. PA Football 2015 for Class A/AA...Won the 2016 John Travers Award for the Pennsylvania high school student-athletes that excel in competition, in the classroom and in the community...Claimed a 2015 Pennsylvania Mini Max Award from the Maxwell Football Club...Registered 2,683 passing yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior to lead the Lions to their second-straight District 3 Class A title and an 11-2 record...Guided Camp Hill to a District 3 Championship with a 10-3 record as a junior with 3,484 passing yards and 42 touchdowns...Finished his career with 9,717 passing yards and 108 touchdowns, both of which rank fourth all-time in Pennsylvania...Lettered four years in basketball and baseball...Helped the Lion basketball team a runner-up finish in the District 3 tournament as a senior...Was a Mid-Penn Conference all-star as a right fielder as a junior when Camp Hill won the District 3 title.

Personal
Full name is Michael Hoak Shuster...Son of Kelly and Bob Shuster...Has two brothers, Jonathan and Daniel...Both parents attended Penn State...Maternal grandfather, Dick Hoak, played football at Penn State from 1956-60...Hoak played 10 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1961-70) and then became the longest-tenured coach in Steelers’ history, serving as the running backs coach from 1972-2007...Majoring in business administration with plans to work on Wall Street...Born March 15, 1998 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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