ODU Sees Busy Saturday From Local Recruits

Old Dominion continues to play the recruiting game aggressively when it comes to local talent. Early on, Coach Bobby Wilder said that he’d love to be the #3 preference for local recruits, after Virginia Tech and Virginia. Now that the Monarchs have achieved that, Wilder isn’t slowing down. He and the staff at Old Dominion now have their eyes on the recruits that Tech and UVA prize.

Lewis Lands Big Ten Offer

The college attention rolling toward Ocean Lakes Class of 2015 wide receiver Jaason Lewis isn’t slowing down. The naturally gifted wide out with dependable hands and lightning speed is hearing from colleges around the nation as they catch on to the talented players that are coming out of The 757. Lewis picked up another big time offer earlier this week. His college decision is going to be a tough one once he gets around to it. After all, Lewis is still just a sophomore.

Bronco Senior Not Finished Yet

When some high school athletes graduate and they have not been courted to play at the collegiate level, their careers are finished, but that’s not the case for Xavier “Zay” Freeman. College football and wrestling are still a big part of his future, he hopes. Earlier this week Zay received his letter from Virginia Tech that he had been academically accepted for enrollment there. He has hopes to walk-on to the football team and wrestling squad too.

Lawrence Adds New Offer

Western Branch defensive back DaiQuan Lawrence is picking up a head of steam when it comes to recruiting. The 6-0 180 pound junior corner got a phone call yesterday that will allow him to stay close to home and play college ball if he wants to. It’s the second offer for Lawrence, and it’s one that has him pumped.

Dolphins Chasing Wolfpack Offers

A recent trip down tobacco road took three Ocean Lakes stars into Raleigh and onto the campus of North Carolina State University. Rising seniors Walter “Churchie” Harold, Mike Alston and Brandon Simmons visited the Wolfpack campus escorted by Harold’s father Ray. While on the grounds they were treated to a tour and particularly of the new dorms and weightlifting facilities for players. They found themselves impressed with everything there and look forward to more interaction with NC State and its coaches.

Fenner Takes In Wake

Oscar Smith wide receiver and defensive back Monty Fenner hit prime time last year for the Tigers as he finally found a starring role. Now Fenner is doing his best to parlay that opportunity into college offers. He impressed last summer during camp season, then scintillated in his junior year. His visit to Wake Forest this past weekend was the beginning of a new round of college trips.