King’s Fork DE Kyree Moyston (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
Old Dominion offers Kyree Moyston and Bravion Campbell
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
Head Coach Ricky Rahne and his Old Dominion Monarchs are the first in on a pair of King’s Fork Bulldogs.
On Wednesday afternoon, King’s Fork head football coach Anthony Joffrion reported the Monarch offers to Kyree Moyston (2022 DE 6-4 205) and Bravion Campbell (2022 OLB/WR 6-5 210).
“Kyree and Bravion are verry aggressive and they love the passion of playing the game of football,” said Joffrion. “Bravion has very good hands and runs great routes for his size. Kyree is very long and has a great ability to rush the quarterback. This is their first offer and they are very excited to experience the recruiting process. They have been receiving a lot of interest from Division I schools.”
Campbell played a part in King’s Fork’s run to the state championship game in boys’ basketball this spring. The Bulldogs earned a berth in the VHSL Class 4 State Championship game when the tournament was cancelled due to COVID-19.
We’ve hosted Moyston several times at recruit757 camps this summer. We saw him at a Spotlight Exposure Camp session in late July and saw him again at the first Clash of the Titans Showcase in Midlothian on August 2.
“We got a good team this year. I’m feeling good,” Moyston said of his role and his squad at King’s Fork. “We’re very disciplined and hard working.”
King’s Fork has a new head coach this year in Joffrion, who played his high school ball at Ocean Lakes, his college ball at Chowan, and he was an assistant at King’s Fork under Scottie Littles before coaching under Chris Scott at Oscar Smith in 2019. Now back at King’s Fork, Joffrion and the Bulldogs have new energy. This is the beginning of a lot of off-season activity at King’s Fork High School.
– Andy Hilton