James Picks Up His First Offer

Green Run defensive end Shaun James is possibly a name you haven’t heard of. James is a tall and lanky athlete who’s spent just as much time playing basketball as he has playing football. The Stallions struggled on the field last season. Now, with new head coach Jeff McGowan in place, and with a renewed focus on football. The ceiling on James is steadily rising.

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Lewis Adds OSU Offer

Ocean Lakes wide out Jaason Lewis continues to rack up offers and recognition. The rising junior hasn’t even reached the point where college coaches can talk to him off campus, yet he’s accumulated close to twenty college scholarship offers and his list is a who’s who of major college football. Coach Chris Scott fields the interest for his college ready athlete, and it’s been a busy month at Ocean Lakes.

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Nnadi Considers Out-Of-State Schools

Earlier in the Spring Evaluation period, Ocean Lakes defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi had narrowed his list of schools under consideration to two. Virginia and Virginia Tech sat atop his list, while a number of top out-of-state schools fell from consideration. Now that those schools have been able to visit Ocean Lakes to evaluate and talk to Derrick in person, the big man’s list has changed again.

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VBI Open And Loading With Talent

If you’re a high school senior that’s still looking for an opportunity to play football in the fall, you have a chance to stay local and continue your education while playing ball. The Virginia Beach Institute is starting a football program now that will hit the field in the fall. VBI is looking for local players graduating high school now. Also, 2012 and 2011 high school graduates who are looking to restart their football career could earn another chance at getting recruited and receiving college scholarships.

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Bracey Gets the Baker’s Dozen

Scott Bracey woke up this past Wednesday morning with 12 offers under his belt. Offers from top FBS programs to include: Virginia Tech, Miami, South Carolina, Penn State, Duke, and Marshall. The standout freshman receiver at Benedictine had little idea that by the time he went to sleep Wednesday night, his star on the national recruiting map would be a bit brighter.

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