West Potomac QB/ATH J.T. Mayo (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruitNoVA)
West Potomac ATH J.T. Mayo commits to William and Mary while Lake Braddock QB Billy Edwards adds another offer
by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA
Recruiting season continues to heat up in the NOVA suburbs, and at least one player has made a commitment.
West Potomac’s J.T. Mayo, who played quarterback for the Wolverines last year, but is listed as an athlete, gave his verbal commitment to new William and Mary coach Mike London, and the Tribe last week.
At 5-11 and 185 pounds, Mayo’s options should transcend past the quarterback position, where rising junior Shon Mitchell appears to have a handle on the job. He could be used at cornerback or at another offensive position. Regardless, the move is a sensible one for Mayo, who was short on D-1 offers heading into his senior year, and is now able to commit to his on-field play this fall.
Jeremiah 29:11 …
Excited to announce that I am committed to The College of William and Mary to continue my academic and athletic career!! Thank you God and to everyone who has helped me achieve this goal of mine. 💚💛 #gotribe @CoachMikeLondon @BrennanMarion4 @coachross77 pic.twitter.com/9zUDzbv1jS
— JT Mayo (@jtmay0) June 20, 2019
Edwards Offered By ECU
Staying with quarterbacks, Lake Braddock’s Billy Edwards made a trip to East Carolina for camp, and left with an offer from the Pirates.
Edwards’ stock is rising, mainly because of his fine junior campaign, and the potential which surrounds the Bruins this fall, is well-sized at 6-3 and 195 lbs. His rocket arm could help and ECU offense that has built a reputation over the years for throwing often.
After a great camp today I’m very excited to receive an offer from East Carolina University!! #GoPirates☠️ @ECUCoachHouston @DrewDudzik @CoachDonnieK @Pir8Illustrated @LakeBraddockFB pic.twitter.com/dtZsvfDwkk
— Billy Edwards (@Billy_Edwards4) June 21, 2019
– Jim McGrath