Senior captain for suburban Philadelphia school... Started at TE and DE since sophomore season... MVP for Phoenixville in 2007, helping Phantoms to 8-4 record and Class AAA state playoffs... Named Pioneer Conference Defensive Player of the Year as senior... Named to All-Southeastern Pennyslvania team by Philadelphia Inquirer... Contributed 65 tackles, 15 QB sacks, five pass knockdowns, an INT and one defensive TD as senior DE... Playing TE, hauled in 26 catches for 609 yards and five TDs... Had 53 catches, good for 969 yards and 10 TDs for his career... Selected to play in Pennyslvania East-West Game this summer... As sophomore, helped Phoenixville to conference title... Captured conference title in javelin throw, earning 10th at state meet... Lettered one year in baseball... School's student-athlete Maxwell Award winner.
James Robert Lohr, III... Son of Bob and Kim Lohr... Born on March 1, 1990... Dad is employed as a metrology technician; mom is a police clerk... Has one older brother, Jason... Plans to major in economics... Active with several community service projects, including assisting with Habitat for Humanity.
PHOENIXVILLE HEAD COACH BILL FURLONG
"Rob is coming off a dominating year for us. He didn't have the problems some seniors have with expectations. Rob lived up to them and enjoyed a great year.
"Rob is an extremely sound all-around player. As a tight end, he was both our best blocker and receiver. He averaged 23-24 yards a catch and caused some some matchup problems when we put him out wide.
"On defense, Rob was tremendously active, such a complete player that teams went out of their way to go away from him. Rob is a versatile defensive end, just as effective defending the option as he was rushing the passer.