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First-Team All Metro Michael Corbi of Maryland commits to Villanova

Villanova Football gets commitment from Mount Saint Joseph’s (MD) lineman for the incoming class of 2018.

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Villanova football picked up another commitment, Class of 2018 G/T, Michael Corbi.

Mount St. Joseph High School (MD)’s Corbi is from a school the Nova Nation knows quite well.

Mount St. Jospeh produced ‘Nova basketball guard, Phil Booth. Corbi announced his commitment via twitter, the afternoon of January 31st.

2017 All-Metro football offense first team, Michael Corbi is another beast Offensive Linemen that could impact right away. Coming from MD, Corbi was a team captain, MIAA All-Conference, and first team all-metro for Mount St. Joseph’s 2017 season.

On the morning of December 28th, Corbi also received an offer from Davidson College.

The 6’2” 295-pound Senior out of Baltimore hold a #10 ranking in the state of Maryland.

Corbi will provide both strength and size for the Wildcats 2018-2019 season coming in as a OG/OT, bench pressing 315 and squatting 415 in High School.

The primary position of Corbi includes an OG, the secondary entails OT.

Corbi is a well rounded student-athlete who strives to challenge himself in everything he does, whether it is in school by taking advanced courses, or in the weight room.

According to past coaches, he will provide as a powerful leader as he will do everything in his power to get the W. He is very serious about his academics, just as football, making Villanova the “perfect fit” for Corbi.

When Corbi arrives to campus in the fall, looking at the OL position, MJ Dumas, Peter Fallon, Patrick Lawler, Kofi Appiah and Paul Grattan will be freshmen. Paul Meduri and Colin Gamroth will be sophomores. Keegan Sheedy will be a junior. Alex Coren, Chris King and Matt Donoghue will have graduated, while Brandon Hitner, Louie Csaszar and Ethan Greenidge will be the senior leaders on the OL for the Wildcat’s 2018 fall season.