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Class of 2025 Hun WR/DB Christian Soltis Emerging as a Major Prospect Heading into His Junior Season

'25 Hun WR/DB Christian Soltis Emerges as Major Prospect Heading into His Junior SeasonFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 12, 2023 Princeton, NJ: The Hun School’s Christian Soltis is making a statement on and off the gridiron ahead of his junior campaign. A wide receiver and defensive back who is 6’3” and 200 lbs is intimidating enough. Pair this with his performance on the field and you get the highly sought after prospect that is Christian Soltis. Soltis - c/o '25 - is a student at the prestigious Hun School of Princeton in New Jersey. Despite his youthful status, he has already achieved ample success on the field and is largely recognized for it. He's been recognized for his talent by being listed on the All-MAPL League Team and All NJ Prep A. These are serious accolades for Soltis, especially on such a competitive team. Soltis joined the Hun Raiders, led by Coach Todd Smith, this past season, a squad that has gone 18-0 in the past two seasons. Surrounded by numerous D1 athletes, Soltis’ mindset was unshaken - that sort of pressure actually gave him more motivation to stand out and excel. And he did, making a significant impact for Smith’s Raiders, playing both sides of the ball. He was a reliable receiver and a hard-hitting defensive back when called upon. Something that sets Soltis apart from other high school players is his immense strength and power. He benches 225 lbs for TWELVE, not something often seen from wide receivers at his age. He is one of the strongest receivers in the state, and is seen easily pushing off defenders and fighting for RAC yards. Another one of his outstanding attributes is his impeccable route running. He pays attention to every little detail of a route as evidenced through his training film. Pride in his craft as a receiver make him shifty and extremely tough to guard, particularly given his large frame. Additionally, Soltis checks all boxes for speed, running the 40 in 4.5 seconds. Soltis knows there is no room for complacency as he prepares for his upcoming junior season. He works diligently to get better every day. He's keenly aware of the company he keeps and maintains his impressive work ethic in the weight room, trains on the field to perfect his route tree and runs track under Coach Smith to improve his speed. On top of all of this, he plays for the Boardwalk Beasts 7on7 Club, which gives him even more opportunities for live action and showcasing his competitive nature. Off the field, Soltis is a humble and hardworking student who is respected by his peers. He maintains good grades and his dedication in all facets of life is evident. He is always eager to learn and improve. It has not taken long for college coaches to notice Soltis’ combination of intellectual and athletic capabilities. Within his current tenure at the Hun, he has taken visits to multiple schools, including Army West Point, Yale University, the University of Massachusetts, and Columbia University. And he has already gotten his camp season under way. He has visited a few schools this month, including Duke University where he dominated the 1 on 1 circuits, and NC State University, where he clocked the fastest 40 time of the camp at a 4.5. The remainder of his camp schedule includes trips down to the Ivy League schools, as he will compete at Columbia University (6/24), Yale University (7/1), Princeton University (7/2), and University of Pennsylvania (7/7). A receiver of his stature will not go under the radar. Soltis’ greatly anticipated junior season will prove again to college coaches the type of athlete that he is. Here is a scouting report on Soltis: “Watching Soltis on the field is impressive to say the least. He's got a great combination of speed and fluidity that is rare for someone his size. He can change directions on a dime and leave defenders in his wake. He’s got a knack for finding open spaces and making himself readily available to his QB. Soltis’ route running is much past his years and is wildly impressive. Defensively, he can put on hitting clinics from his secondary position. He’s a 2025 athlete that should be on everybody’s board.” To check out Soltis’ film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here: About GoMVB: GoMVB offers personalized digital and social media promotional services specifically for high school prospects aspiring to become next level collegiate athletes. The GoMVB coaches and advisors are former college athletes, high school, and youth coaches themselves with vast experience in marketing and promotions. GoMVB GUARANTEES every prospect will immediately see a marked increase in exposure to and communication with college scouts, coaches and recruiters. To learn, visit

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