The Saint Louis football team could do something this season that hasn't been done since the Prep Bowl days. Already the first 3-peat champion in the state's open division, the Crusaders will have a chance to make it four in a row this year. A reload, not rebuild mentality with a loaded roster.

It's been reported that over the past five years Saint Louis School has signed more division one football players then any high school in the country. A number into the double digits expected from this 2020 class with three of those from the trio running the offense. 

The 2020 class is absolutely stacked.
 
"People that came before us the alumni, they are the ones who set the bar high for us," Matt Sykes said.
 
10 Crusaders as of right now are going to have the opportunity to play division one college football. 
 
Botelho with 22 offers of his own as he will look to make plays towards touchdown Jesus, committed to the Fighting Irish. Nick Herbig has 16 but he has chosen to  jump around in Camp Randall for the Wisconsin Badgers. Two of the more then a few on the defensive side that are going to be headed to the next level. on the offensive sidE there is the big three, their lean, their mean, and they have been seen. One domino in Matt Sykes has already fallen while fellow wide receiver Roman Wilson is still deciding where he is going to be balling. For Wilson, recruiting this summer has been a full time job.
 
"UCLA, Oregon, and Michigan was in a week," Roman Wilson said.
 
Saint Louis School they preach the brotherhood so they help each other on this team to make that dream come true.
 
"I've been telling BYU about Jayden, so I was just waiting for them to offer him," Wilson said.
 
BYU did come calling.
 
"This one hits a little more because it was out of the blue," Jayden de Laura said.
 
For Wilson his list keeps growing.
 
"I love them all so much, it's hard to pick a school," Wilson said.
 
An offer from UCLA so he could someday play with his fellow teammate.
 
"Obviously I would like him to go to UCLA so we can play together but he has his own decision. He's going to look at what he needs. Either way I'll be happy for him," Sykes said.
 
An the decision from Wilson came yesterday committing to the Michigan Wolverines but first things first. 
 
 
"Get that four peat again," de Laura said.