is a name to remember heading into the 2019 season. And not merely because he's the younger brother of the New York Giants' Saquon Barkley
, one of the brightest young stars in the National Football League.
The younger Barkley will be the last Whitehall (Pa.)
football player to wear the No. 21 jersey as the school is retiring the number — once worn by Saquon — once Ali is done playing. Two other Whitehall alumni — four-time Super Bowl champion Matt Millen and two-time Super Bowl champion Dan Koppen — have had their Zephyr numbers retired.
Video: Ali Barkley highlights
Saquon Barkley's younger brother puts on a show during his junior season.
The soon to be senior, Ali Barkley is still yet to land an FBS offer but schools are definitely showing interest, including Penn State, Rutgers, Temple, UConn and Pitt.
Barkley will be one of the leaders for the Zephyrs in 2019 and expect him to shine during his last season of high school football and especially with Matt Senneca taking over as head coach.