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NJ Class of 2023 Red Bank Catholic Star WR Armando Melendez Excels On and Off the Field


May 24, 2022

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NJ Class of 2023 Red Bank Catholic Star WR Armando Melendez Excels On and Off the Field

Parlin, NJ: Armando Melendez has some eye-popping stats after his junior season at Red Bank Catholic.

He has some decent football stats, too.

The Class of 2023 wide receiver helped the Caseys go 11-1 in 2021 and win the NJSIAA Non-Public B state title with a 13-8 win over DePaul, and set the stage for what could be an even better 2022 season for RBC.

Melendez, who is 5-11, 170 pounds, is ready to roll after an offseason spent in the weight room and also working on cutting down his 40 time, which is already 4.6 seconds.

But his best work might come in the classroom: Melendez has a 4.3 GPA and a 1410 SAT score, which has seen the player get some interest from some elite institutions like M.I.T., Columbia, Case Western Reserve, Brown, and the University of Chicago, to name just a few.

That is some list.

Here is a scouting report on the player:

“First, he is one of the smartest players, and people, that I have ever talked to. He is just very intelligent on and off the field. He is a good route runner, and that should help the team in 2022. He is going to go up against some very good players this season, and he should be able to showcase just how good he is.

“But once again, you see that list of schools interested–MIT, Case, Columbia, Chicago–and that just shows you what this kid is going to do in life. He is a winner.”

To check out Melendez’s film and stats, please visit his personalized player page here:

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