Deberry Already Attracting Attention

One of the Richmond area’s top college football 2015 prospects Rick Deberry (SO OLB/DE 6-2 235) from St. Christopher’s in Richmond, spends much of his afternoons sifting through the dozens of letters he receives from the nation’s top programs. Fast. Explosive. Powerful. Dynamic. These adjectives are just a few that describe Ricky. Ricky represents the hybrid of athletes that are making their marks on the game today. He is a force on both sides of the ball.

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Khalil Coleman Visits UVA

The dual threat play caller for the Warriors will likely enter the recruiting circus as an Athlete or DB. When he is not is not throwing touchdowns to fellow Warrior, Trevion Armstrong, he is playing an aggressive style of man coverage that athletes of his caliber can muster. He is a dynamic talent when he has the ball in his hands.

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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.

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Two Weekends, Two Visits, and Two Players: 804 Recruits Visit In-State Powerhouses

Local talents CJ Reavis (Thomas Dale, Safety, 6’1, 205) and Trevion Armstrong (Matoaca, WR, 6’4”, 215) spent the last two weekends visiting Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia. CJ, the 6’2”, 200 lbs, DB from Thomas Dale, is enjoying the courtship in-state universities are showing him presently. Trevion Armstrong has two more years before he has to decide where he will play his college career.

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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.

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