We said the future is unpredictable and we meant it. The Rams were looking very strong coming into the season with their two headed giants leading the way, but one has left the building. Malachi Palmer has decided to take his show on the road. The ESPN 21st best player in the country in his class is now attending Hillcrest Prep in Phoenix Arizona. He will be there with fellow Pennsylvania standout Chance Westry.
It’s never easy to make such a big decision at such a young age, but we respect him and wish him the best of luck. Malachi was quoted as saying.“It was super-tough (to leave Central Dauphin),” he added. “That was probably the hardest part of the decision — leaving my team, friends and my brothers. But, I’m super-excited to measure up and see how good I am against some of the other top high school players in the country.”
We still believe Central Dauphin will have what it takes to continue to open eyes in the Mid Penn Division, but Donovan Hill will need some help and this is the perfect time for someone waiting in the shadows to step up. Who will help the Rams repeat, and go a step further. Only time will tell, but we can’t wait to see what the season holds.
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