College Interest Begins For Sophomore Center

After attending skills camps such as Mike London’s Big Man Camp and ECU’s offensive and defensive lineman camps prior to his freshman season, colleges are starting to show interest for Southampton Academy center Caleb Bradshaw. Caleb is receiving camp invites to colleges ranging from D-III Maryland schools to D-II South Carolina schools. Once he makes an appearance it becomes obvious Bradshaw is dedicated to his craft and future. Coaches see he wants to succeed at the college level both on the field and in the classroom.

Dolphin Duo Lands Navy Offers

In the 2012 season, the Ocean Lakes defense was almost as stunning as their offense. The departure of defensive tackle Demetri McGill hasn’t taken much of the shine off of the Dolphin defensive line. Derrick Nnadi returns, along with defensive ends Masaddiq Walton and Tony Baird. Both Walton and Baird quietly held their own alongside the star power of McGill and Nnadi. Now the Dolphin duo have their college recruitment building and growing.

Morse Snags First College Offer

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy safety Jared Morse is a pretty exceptional athlete. The long and lanky defender has drawn college interest from a number of schools, including Hampton University, James Madison, VMI, and William and Mary. Morse has had a busy schedule, including camp at HU on Wednesday, the Peanut City Shootout on Saturday, and camp at Bucknell on Sunday. After all that hard work, he finally broke through with an offer on Sunday night.

Brown Set To Announce

Andrew Brown, Top 5 in the nation recruit for the 2014 class and rising senior at Oscar Smith High School, will announce his verbal commitment to the college of his choice at 2 p.m. on Saturday. The announcement is highly anticipated and will be broadcast live on ESPN. Some national recruiting resources have Brown ranked as highly as #2 in the nation.

Boothe Commits Locally

Western Branch receiver and tight end T.J. Boothe has piqued the interest of a lot of coaches this spring. Boothe finished his junior season strong, earning Second Team All-District honors and First Team All-757 Junior Team honors at tight end in 2012. His size, route running, and hands make him a perfect big target in the Bruins offense.