Business As Usual For Blanding

($$) Bayside athlete Quin Blanding comes across as a young man who has it all together. The rising senior is the leader of his team. He’s made his college commitment to Virginia. Quin has already participated in the annual Gridiron Kings event in Florida, a showcase for rising senior recruits. He officially earned his invite to Nike’s The Opening, and he did it in a very business-like fashion. That should be no surprise for those that know him.

Oscar Smith Duo Shines At VTO

On a weekend where some of the bigger names in the region traveled to Washington, DC for the NFTC camp, a number of local 757 athletes traveled to Richmond to attend the VTO camp. While Andrew Brown, the top defensive tackle in the nation and #3 overall player in the country was earning honors at Nike’s Camp, two of his Tigers teammates were turning heads in the capital.

Nnadi Says He’s Down To Two

($$) While linemen like Andrew Brown get plenty of attention, the talent pool in The 757 doesn’t begin and end there. Ocean Lakes defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (JR DT 6-3 300) is in the same stratosphere, despite not getting quite the same level of national attention. College coaches know what they’re looking for, and Nnadi is on the radar.