It's back to football here in South Jersey.

High school teams from across the region are gearing up for their first real test this week.

Click here for a complete listing of Cape-Atlantic League high school football action

While his school may not be in the C.A.L., all eyes are on Southern Regional's Mike Gesicki. The Rams tight end is one of the most coveted college prospects in the Northeast, and already has scholarship offers from Penn State, Ohio State, Rutgers, Florida, Miami, and Wisconsin.

We spoke with the senior standout about his busy summer, what he's looking for in his ultimate college destination, and when he expects to have what could be considered the biggest decision of his life.

Click below for more information from Sam Hellman on what other local prospects will be bringing to their schools at the next level. Don't miss Tom Williams' predictions for the 2013 fall sports season, including his picks for the next breakout athletes in South Jersey; and listen in as the South Jersey Sports Report spoke with three brothers about how they're co-existing on one college campus.

 

Listen to this week's show:

Sam Hellman, FoxSports Rutgers beat reporter

Mike Gesicki, Southern Regional tight end & top-rated college football prospect

The Novick brothers, Middle Township graduates & Washington College tennis standouts

Tom Williams, South Jersey Hall of Fame sports reporter

 

Check out some of our past interviews:

Mike McGarry, Press of Atlantic City sports writer

Matt Sugam, SNY Rutgers beat reporter

 

And just a reminder: be sure to cast your votes once again for the 'High School Athlete of the Week'. Now that the fall season has resumed, we'll be nominating the week's best high school performers in all sports. You can then vote for who you think should be the 'High School Athlete of the Week' on our website, 973espn.com. The results will be revealed every Saturday morning during The South Jersey Sports Report.

It’s all right here, on The South Jersey Sports Report. Listen every Saturday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. on 97.3 ESPN-FM or 973espn.com, and catch the expanded edition every Thursday night from 6-7 p.m.

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