Percy Harvin

It’s real this time: Percy Harvin to retire

After Eight NFL Seasons, Percy Harvin Set To Officially Retire by Brandon Mitchell, UltimateRecruit Preeminent Landstown product Percy Harvin was initially set to retire before the start of 2016 season. Harvin cited hip and knee injuries as the main reason for his retirement. Word started to circulate around the NFL at mid-season that Harvin was…

Chris Collins - Benedictine

College interest is picking up at Benedictine

Benedictine TE Chris Collins (Photo courtesy of Michael Clark/ Benedictine Enjoying An Influx Of Recruiting Interest by Brandon Mitchell, recruit804 “Everyone who feels that they are overlooked don’t be discouraged, because all it takes is one school.” -Wendell Davis- Benedictine College Preparatory hasn’t skipped a beat in terms of college recruitment since the conclusion of…


Mach1 Academy shows a glimpse of football future

Assistant Coach P.J. Howard leads a Mach1 squad (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757) Want to see the future of Virginia football? Here’s a look. by Jim McGrath, recruit757 Dozens of the young players that will constitute the future of Virginia prep football had their talents on display last Saturday, as Mach1 Academy held its “2 Up 2…

D.J. Palmer

D.J. Palmer leads “Beast Mode” in a 757 invasion

Beast Mode coach D.J. Palmer (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757) Coach D.J. Palmer led his athletes to the Beach for 7-on-7 challenge with Mach 1 Academy by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA Over two dozen Fredricksburg/Stafford area football players took advantage of the hospitality in Virginia Beach, and gained some valuable in-game experience as part of Mach I Academy’s…

Lew Johnston - Coaches Corner - Attitude

Coaches Corner: Less is Better!

Coach Lew Johnston (Photo: Sam Mizelle/recruit757) Coach Lew Johnston has a blog of his own called “Coaching the little things” that you can check out. It’s a great resource for information, plus Lew is an expert in coaching the classic “Wing T” offense. Thanks to Lew for his contributions to and to the community! –…


Ex-Walsingham star Washington among locals making NCAA appearances

Washington, Demon Deacons earn March Madness trip by Jamaar Hawkins, recruit757 For the first time since 2010, Wake Forest men’s basketball team will play in the NCAA Tournament. That’s good news for former Walsingham player Richard Washington Jr, now a freshman guard with the Demon Deacons. Wake Forest, which finished 19-13 in the Atlantic Coast…