Below are the 12 graduating, male finalists for the 2015 SCHOPPY Award.

The list includes their name, high school, and where they're heading after they graduate. We've also included a few highlights of their Cape-Atlantic League careers.


Stefon Bowman, Bridgeton, Delaware Valley College:

3-time 1st team all-star in football, starter in basketball


CheQuan Hargrose, Pleasantville, Camden County College: 

2-way starter in football, 1st team all-star in basketball


C.J. LaFragola, St. Joseph, Brown:

1st team all-star in football, 1st team all-star & #2 in the state in wrestling, 1st team all-star in baseball


David Hicks, Middle Township, William & Mary: 

1st team all-star in soccer, 4-time 1st team all-star in golf - 3-time CAL champion - 3-time South-Central champion


Trevor Little, Oakcrest, Rowan College at Gloucester County: 

1st team all-star in soccer, starter in basketball, starter in lacrosse


Matt McLaughlin, Mainland, Neumann:

Starter in football, starter in basketball, starter in baseball


B.J. Mitchell, St. Joseph, Camden County College: 

3-time 1st team all-star in basketball, 2-time 1st team all-star and 4-time state champion in track


Rocco Ordille, St. Joseph, Bucknell:

Starter in football, starter in basketball, 3-time 1st team all-star and 3-time state champion in track


Jordan Taylor, Holy Spirit, Coffeyville Community College (KS):

1st team all-star in football, 1st team all-star in basketball


Val Vadino, St. Joseph, Camden County College:

3-time 1st team all-star in cross country, starter in basketball, starter in track


Jim Versage, Middle Township, Coppin State: 

2-time 1st team all-star in football, 2-time 1st team all-star and all-South Jersey in baseball


Nazir Williams, Bridgeton, University of Connecticut: 

2-time 1st team all-star in football, 2-time 1st team all-star in basketball