Scott Grabs First Official Offer

In summer camps, Gloucester athlete James Scott has been turning a lot of heads. He’s a well muscled 6-1 and 210 pounds. He shows well in a camp setting, and in his junior film, you can see how he carried his team to the few wins that they got last year. James is a fighter. Now that he’s picked up his first offer, he might not have to fight as hard for the second and third.

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PCS is Young and Ready

The smell of the weight room was obvious as soon as the doors to the Portsmouth Christian football locker room opened. PCS is in their second year under head coach Marcus Cutler. The coach couldn’t stop talking about how much his players are getting focused early and developing leadership and strength. This is almost necessary considering the first four games of their schedule are Norfolk Christian, Isle of Wight, Bishop Sullivan, and Atlantic Shores.

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The Process: Inside Monarchs Recruiting

College programs have different methods for assessing players and making a decision on who lands an offer. Coach Bobby Wilder has very specific guidelines for his coaching staff when they’re identifying recruits and making decisions that will affect the team’s personnel for years to come. What’s happening on the inside? What goes on in coaches’ meetings while players are working hard and waiting for a scholarship offer?

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Falcons Look Like Sure Fire Playoff Team

Cox has been a school that’s been just on the verge of a breakout, football wise. They have a lot of great golfers and tennis players. They’ve won championships in a lot of different sports. They’re a school founded decades ago, but their first playoff appearance in Football came in 2008. Head Coach Bill Stachelski has his team ready to make a run that’s never happened before.

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Wake Weekend Leaves Bruins Ready For College Life

Last weekend, Wake Forest commits Daiquan Lawrence (SR DB 5-11 185) and Terence Ricks (SR LB/RB 6-1 195) visited Wake during the program’s one-day camp weekend. The duo relaxed and enjoyed their time on campus, took in some of the camp, and spent some time getting to know the players and staff better. The Deacons’ latest commits from The 757 were left ready to start their college careers already.

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