Glover Sets Hawaii Visit

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 For Princess Anne linebacker Aaron Glover, “Aloha” means goodbye and hello.    Hello to Assistant Coach Daronte’ Jones, who visited the Glover family last night and confirmed an official visit to the University in January.   Goodbye to Aaron, who’s locked in his verbal commitment to the Warriors and will be leaving this…

Sexton Grabs First Offer

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Churchland quarterback Malik Sexton had a great senior year. The 6-1 175 pound signal caller led his Churchland Truckers to a 5-0 start for the first time in over forty years. The Truckers finished 8-2 on the regular season and made the playoffs for the first time since 2010. Sexton got…

Griffin Lands First Offer

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Ocean Lakes has become a breeding ground for college prospects. The latest Dolphin to pick up a college offer is junior cornerback T.J. Griffin. Head Coach Chris Scott shared the news that Griffin (5-10 180) landed an offer from Duke this week. T.J.’s combination of skill and academics got the Blue…

Four Meandering Journeys To Liberty U.

With the move of Stony Brook University’s football program from the Big South Conference to the Colonial Athletic Association this fall, those remaining in the Big South, such as Liberty University, expect to benefit. There are four local players returning who saw playing time in 2012 for the Flames. Each, however, took a unique route after high school and before reaching Lynchburg.

Dolphin Duo Lands Navy Offers

In the 2012 season, the Ocean Lakes defense was almost as stunning as their offense. The departure of defensive tackle Demetri McGill hasn’t taken much of the shine off of the Dolphin defensive line. Derrick Nnadi returns, along with defensive ends Masaddiq Walton and Tony Baird. Both Walton and Baird quietly held their own alongside the star power of McGill and Nnadi. Now the Dolphin duo have their college recruitment building and growing.

Ocean Lakes Lineman Lands First Offer

Ocean Lakes lineman Javon Majors has gone through some trials and tribulations just to make it onto the football field. After transferring from Landstown to Ocean Lakes, Javon found a role last year as a lineman playing behind established big men such as Alex Skidmore, J.D. Dunaway, Demetri McGill, and Derrick Nnadi. The camp season has been extremely valuable to Majors. He’s still rounding out into a polished product, but college coaches have loved what they’re seeing from the 6-5 270 pound big, and he landed his first offer on Thursday night.