North Stafford RB Tevin White (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
Former backups looking to lead North Stafford in 2019
by Byron Jones, recruitNoVA
Since landing his first Division I offer from the University of Georgia, Tevin White (2022 RB 6-1 182) has picked up additional offers from Penn State, Indiana, and Duke in the month of June. The hard-nosed speedster has made the most of his off-season, and it appears more offers are on the horizon.
Last season, White played an integral part of the Wolverines offense as the backup running back to Devyn Ford (Penn State). Now the feature back position belongs to White and he is more than capable of helping lead his team back to the State Tournament once again this fall.
North Stafford Assistant Coach John Harris stated, “Tevin is a big back with all purpose back foot work. Him and Devyn Ford worked very well together last year and he is set to have a breakout year for us this season.
While White is starting to rake in the offers, waiting in the wings is another Wolverine looking to have a breakout season. Ambrose Asiedu (2022 DE 6-2 235) is quietly making a name for himself on the summer camp circuit and it won’t be long until he has secured his first Division, I offer
His older brother, Nana Asiedu, was a highly touted lineman coming out of North Stafford and was set to play for James Franklin at Penn State before a heart condition sidelined his career.
Ambrose has the size, athleticism, and body frame to pick up where his brother left off. According to Coach Harris, “Ambrose backed up Chase McGowan (Delaware) last year and has really taken a big step forward during spring workouts. He is a technician with elite length.”
The Wolverines kickoff the 2019 season with two home games against Potomac (8/29) and Orange County (9/6), before hitting the road to take on Division 4 powerhouse Dinwiddie (9/13), followed by a match up with four-time defending Class 5 State Champions Highland Springs (9/20). North Stafford finished the 2018 season 10-3, before falling in the State-Semi Finals to Stone Bridge.
– Byron Jones