Of all the recruits in The 757, Great Bridge lineman Garrett Watts is probably headed the furthest from home. On Wednesday, Watts signed his letter of intent to play football at Air Force. Soon, he’ll head off to the Academy in his quest to become an officer.
For the Bayside players moving on to play college football, it was a signing class of one on Wednesday. By the measure of talent, the class was huge, and shouldered exclusively by Taquan “Smoke” Mizzell. New Head Coach Jon White insists that there’s more to come. In the meantime, we can savor the sight of yet another Bayside Marlin moving on to play ACC Football.
New year, new coach, new signing class at Phoebus. The Phantoms have a history of turning out championship caliber teams. This year’s signing day class of five is a powerful bunch, and a great start for the Jeremy Blunt regime at Phoebus.
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By Oscar Smith standards, it wasn’t a huge recruiting class on National Signing Day, but it was a talented one. Coach Richard Morgan had three early commitments out of his group of seniors including one who is already enrolled in college.
On National Signing Day, Ocean Lakes High School had quite a bounty of talent inking LOIs for college. The Dolphins had six players sign on Wednesday. That’s something that Head Coach Chris Scott is quite proud of.
Warwick High School celebrated National Signing Day with the commitment of three seniors: running back Cardon Johnson, linebacker/defensive end David Smith and fullback Grandison James.
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First Colonial defensive tackle Simeyon Robinson came on in a huge way during his senior season. Robinson was a lanky defender going into his junior season, looking more like a pass catching tight end rather than a defensive lineman. After hitting the weight room and applying himself on the field, he’s earned a college opportunity.
Alderson-Broaddus College continues to scoop up local talent and take them to West Virginia. The Battlers picked up two new players over the weekend when Clay Teets and Zach Templeton of Portsmouth Christian made the trip and came back committed.