The Granby Comets had a huge year for Coach Curt Brown and their dedicated fans. The history of Granby Football is filled with championships and legendary teams. The last state championship for the Comets was in 1966. Considering how close Granby was to beating eventual title winner Lake Taylor last year, and considering their 9-1 record, the Comets have a lot to be proud of and a lot to look forward to.Details
The Great Bridge Wildcats didn’t have the season they were looking for. The Wildcats football team struggled to an 0-10 season that got off on the wrong foot when star lineman Garrett Watts suffered a season ending injury. Nick Michalski saw time at defensive end, linebacker, and running back, plus he filled in as needed in other situations. The experience was great for him, but projecting him for a position in college could have been a little problematic.Details
Old Dominion University Football continues to expand their biggest ever recruiting class on their way to playing Division I FBS football. Wednesday night, they landed a commitment from Phoebus linebacker Atavius Matthews. The pipeline from Phoebus to ODU continues to flow.Details
Grafton athlete Marcus Spearman had to make the best of a bad situation. Academically and Athletically, Marcus has a lot to offer any school. Spearman worked hard to gain the interest of colleges as diverse as James Madison, Wake Forest, Duke, Georgia Tech and Stanford. After a long recruitment including weekend after weekend of Summer One-Day Camps, Marcus committed to Harvard in the fall.
That wasn’t the end of the story.Details
We’re only a week away from National Signing Day! Many commitments have already been made, but there are still some notable players who haven’t resolved their college destinations. recruit757 is tracking all of the latest in terms of visits and decisions. We’ll have comprehensive coverage of National Signing Day in The 757 with photos, exclusive interviews, and more!Details
After a big junior season and a huge senior season, running back Tony Pittman has made his college commitment. The Phantom tailback was certainly productive, rushing for almost 1500 yards in only eight regular season games in 2012. Pittman had early interest from big schools, but it was a latecomer that landed him.Details
Since Maryland pulled Demetri McGill’s scholarship earlier this month, the Ocean Lakes lineman has had no lack of suitors. Schools like Connecticut, Wake Forest, and James Madison quickly jumped back into the mix. McGill has narrowed his target list down to four, and he’s taken two visits already. He has two more visits to make before signing day. Then, he’ll make his decision. ($$)Details