Menchville RB/LB Javoni Hales (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
Geo Hales is back with a new offer
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
This summer has been too quite for Geo Hales.
Known as the punishing and physical running back and linebacker who leads Menchville, Hales has silently put in work this offseason. We saw him at a summertime Spotlight Exposure Camp session, but haven’t heard much from him since.
This week, he added an offer North Carolina Wesleyan and hopped back into the limelight.
“The offer is a blessing. This recruiting class in 2021 is messed up but this is only the beginning for the offers,” Hales said. “I’ve also received an offer from Averett University which is also a blessing. I’ve received more interest from other schools, but I’m focused on getting the best grades I can, and I also want to get my body right for the season.”
In his junior season, Javoni Hales (2021 RB/LB 5-11 215) was a First Team All-Peninsula District and First Team All-Region 4A running back. He was also honored by recruit757 as a First Team All-757 and First Team All-757 Juniors running back.
Hales reports continued interest from other schools including West Virginia Wesleyan, Sterling University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Campbell University, and New Hampshire.
“I have more visits on the way,” Hales exclaimed.
More recruiting action is expected in the Hales camp. As for the Menchville Monarchs football program, they’re playing the waiting game right along with everyone else. A football season is on the horizon, but it can’t come fast enough.
– Andy Hilton