Today's game often focuses on the elite skill players for the most part. However there are certain "lost arts" at specific positions that very often go overlooked. 2010 Spartanburg High prospect Michael Harpe is a prime example of that as he plays two positions that go overshadowed by other positions. Harpe lines up as a tight end and as the Vikings' long snapper.
Although he doesn't line up at marquee positions to most people college coaches realize the importance of both positions for the football teams. Harpe has gained interest from North Carolina, Wofford, Elon, and Citadel thus far. Those aforementioned schools say they would like him as a long snapper while nearby Wofford says they would like to try him as a tight end too.
Click the video player below to see Harpe in action during his senior season. Stay tuned as we'll have an interview with Harpe to talk about his recruitment and the many accolades he's earned on the field and in the classroom. Harpe is sporting a 4.45 GPA and 1750 on the SAT to go along with a long list of honors and awards for his service and leadership at school and in the community.