2012 VISAA Division III All-State Teams

Here are the VISAA Division III All-State Teams as voted on by the coaches of VISAA Division III. Congratulations to 757 region representatives Keith Willie of Atlantic Shores, Jackson Goodman of Isle of Wight Academy, and George Wahee of Norfolk Christian for being named First Team All-State on both sides of the ball. Also, Rashard Brown of Portsmouth Christian was named First Team as a kick off return man and wide receiver.

More Ocean Lakes Seniors Fielding Offers

Fans know about the commitments of Corwin Cutler to UVA, Andre Dessenberg to Delaware, Demetri McGill to Maryland and Alex Skidmore to Duke, but the Division 6 Runner-up Dolphins are loaded with talent, and college coaches have been diligent about mining the school for its best players. Head Coach Chris Scott gave us a review of some of the more talented seniors that have still yet to make a commitment.

Dolphin Picks Duke

Ocean Lakes had a fantastic season and Alex Skidmore was an anchor on the offensive line for the Dolphins. Skidmore is Academic All-American material and he had his pick of high academic colleges. He’s a football player, heavyweight wrestler, and high achieving student all rolled into one.

VHSL Confirms New Conference Alignment Plan

Earlier this week, the VHSL confirmed the new conference alignment plan that will come into effect for the 2013-14 academic year. For Football in Division 5 & 6, that means that all of the traditions of teams playing their way out of the Eastern Region to make it to the State Semifinals game are over. Some teams will change classification due to their enrollment figures. Ultimately, it’s a lot of change for teams in Group AAA and AA.

McGill On Maryland Move To Big 10

Ocean Lakes Defensive Tackle Demetri McGill had a huge senior season, tearing up opposing offensive lines in pursuit of a State Championship. His performances didn’t go unnoticed, as he held numerous scholarship offers before making his verbal commitment to the Unversity of Maryland about a month ago. Since that time, the Terps announced they’re moving from the ACC to the Big 10. Does that affect McGill’s decision?