Hill Grabs First Offer

Salem wide receiver Trevon Hill (SO WR 6-4 220) is still early in the process, but he’s developing so quickly, that he’s becoming hard to ignore. The rising junior has grown from lanky wide out to hybrid tight end/defensive end in a short time. He’s looking more and more like a college ready prospect, and that’s what has college coaches interested.

Scott Picks Up Two Offers

Green Run speedster Anthony Scott has a recruitment that’s taking shape. After a Spring Evaluation period that was a little quiet, Scott is now picking up offers. He grabbed an early offer a year ago from West Virginia, but it’s been quiet since then. Scott is a 5-10 180 pound running back and defensive back who runs a 4.4 forty. Schools have been doing a lot of talking. Now they’re offering.

804 Takes On 757 At HU 7 on 7

Three teams from the 804 battled this past weekend at Hampton University’s Battle by the Bay 7v7 Tournament. The Dinwiddie Generals, Hermitage Panthers, and John Marshall Justices battled teams from the 757, Roanoke, and Maryland in a 7 vs. 7 football tournament. All teams were required to play a five game regular season in order to determine seeding in the single elimination playoffs.

JMU Satellite Camps Bring Harrisonburg To 757

“If you can’t get the kids to Harrisonburg this week, you might as well bring Harrisonburg to them,” should be the motto of JMU Dukes Head Coach Mickey Matthews. For several years now, the JMU Dukes Football Program has taken the show on the road, hitting different regions of the state with a satellite one-day camp, including two stops in The 757 each year. This year, the JMU staff will set up shop at CNU on Sunday and at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex on Monday.

Titans Take HU 7 on 7

Hampton University’s 7 on 7 event Saturday was a smashing success. Following a day of rain due to tropical storm Andrea, the fields were in excellent shape. The event gave 15 of the region’s high school programs an opportunity to visit the HU campus, get evaluated by the coaching staff at HU, and compete against each other in 7 on 7 and lineman challenge activities.

Green Picks Up Offers

Lafayette High School running back Jahlil Green is picking up steam. His recruitment has blossomed now that the Spring Evaluation period is over. College coaches have gotten back to their offices, evaluated their boards, and discovered that Green is a great fit. He’s up to four offers now, and will likely see more come in as the month progresses.

Wisconsin Offers Ocean Lakes Pair

It’s become increasingly evident that Chris Beatty wants to get back into the Beach.   At least to mine the talent here.   The last player Beatty successfully recruited out of the area came more than two years ago when he recruited Ocean Lakes quarterback Lafonte Thourogood away from Virginia Tech and into Vanderbilt.  Thourogood didn’t last at Vandy.   He’s now at JMU.  Beatty moved on to coach at Illinois last year and is now at Wisconsin.    Coach Beatty is extending offers and has already landed a Juco transfer out of Kansas in Takiem Reynard, who played his high school ball at Greenbrier Christian.   Who’s next?