Henrico lineman Tyshawn Wyatt (Twitter Photo)
recruit804 Fab 30: Tyshawn Wyatt OL Henrico #13
by Brandon Mitchell, recruit804
Gerald Glasco and his coaching staff really had Henrico in tune last season. As a matter of fact, with the exception of his first year at Henrico, Coach Glasco always has the Warriors right where they need to be once playoff time rolls around.
Over the last two seasons Henrico has posted a record of 20-5, but the Achilles heel for the Warriors over said time span has been Highland Springs losing all four match-ups including twice in the playoffs. Last year players such as Jalon Jones, Khalil Finger, Jahad Carter, and Jermaine Fleming among others were the main catalysts. This year you’re looking at Justin Goode, Jermaine Fleming, and Eric McDaniels gearing up to step into larger roles moving forward. Another prospect that has jumped leaps and bounds from last season until now is offensive lineman Tyshawn Wyatt.
Heading into the regular season, we recognize the top 30 senior prospects in and around the region of Central Virginia. Continuing our countdown at number 13 is none other than senior prospect Henrico starting offensive lineman Tyshaun Wyatt.
#13 Tyshawn Wyatt (2020 OL 6-4 295) – Henrico High School
Eric McDaniels was able to rush for 1,301 yards last season along with 17 touchdowns. Do you think he was able to do that all on his own? Scratch that. McDaniels is a 6-foot, 225 pound rising junior that runs a 4.5 forty-yard dash. I guarantee you he holds his own quite well, however; the offensive line has a lot to do with how well he’s able to be his best for the Warriors offense. Leading the offensive line for Henrico heading into this upcoming season will be Tyshawn Wyatt.
The Henrico product was a strong component for the Warriors last season joining Alim Hunter as the only two offensive linemen to garner All-Region recognition for Henrico. Thus far he’s picked up collegiate offers from James Madison, Liberty, Campbell, Charlotte, Old Dominion, East Carolina, Kent State, and Appalachian State. He’s taken multiple visits throughout the spring and summer including East Carolina, Wake Forest, and Old Dominion among others. When Wyatt is at the top of his game, you better warm up your Aunt Jemima because he’s serving pancakes for 48 minutes.
– Brandon Mitchell