Tyler Desue primed to lead Ocean Lakes

by Brandon Mitchell, recruit757 The Nike Football Combine for high school athletes made its way to Centreville High School in Clifton, Virginia. Amongst 42 high school quarterbacks scheduled to attend was Ocean Lakes sophomore Tyler Desue who attempted to stand out in crop full of the nation’s top quarterbacks. “I feel like I really did…

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Bayside Takerra Parsons commits to Grambling State Tigers

  written by Jamaar Hawkins – A week after Grambling State’s mens basketball program snagged a commitment from Oscar Smith’s Nigel Ribeiro, the Lady Tigers attempted to one-up their male counterparts, securing a pledge from Bayside 2015 guard Takerra Parsons. Parsons who remained unsigned despite finishing with 1,668 points, breaking former Marlins standout Yolanda Paige’s…

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by Andy Hilton, recruit757 I get the question all the time.   Why doesn’t my son have more scholarship offers?   It’s a complicated question.   I can give you one answer that will improve your odds of getting more scholarship offers. recruit757 and ultimaterecruit.com works with dozens of colleges that recruit the region.  …

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Trey Neville picks up Princeton

by John Harvey, recruit757 JAMES CITY – Lafayette’s Trey Neville received another Division I football opportunity this weekend on a visit to Princeton University. The 6-foot-4 junior tight end had a breakout season in his first year at Lafayette last fall. He led the team with six touchdowns receptions in the redzone. He was also…

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NSU Spring Game proves successful

by Jamaar Hawkins, recruit757 Norfolk State defensive back Aaron Chandler was assessed a late hit penalty on the offense’s opening drive during the Spartans annual intra-squad scrimmage. With his former high school coach Hank Sawyer in attendance, along with a host of family and friends, Chandler wanted to set the tone for the Spartans 2015…

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ACC schools pile on Cheyton Pine

by John Harvey, recruit757 YORK – Cheyton Pine landed Division I football offers from two more Atlantic Coast Conference Schools on Friday. Lafayette High football coach Andy Linn announced that North Carolina State University and Pittsburgh have offered scholarships to Pine. The 6-foot-4 junior defensive end and linebacker has been one of the most coveted…

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