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College Visits Setting Up Nicely For T.C. Chisley


by Andy Hilton, recruit757 It’s a strategy that we preach often at recruit757. Seeking a college scholarship is a lot like looking for a job. You have to get out and see people. In the case of Bethel cornerback T.C. Chisley, the strategy is working. He’s hit college camps hard. He’s taking unofficial visits. He’s […]

Lafayette QB Brendan McGinty Talks Recruiting

Brendan McGinty outruns Warhill defenders (Photo Courtesy of Brad Howe Photography)

by John Harvey, recruit757 JAMES CITY – Brendan McGinty is known for his decision-making skills as Lafayette High’s quarterback. The 6-foot-2 senior could have his pick of the litter when it comes to playing at the next level, as the opportunities are endless. McGinty has led Lafayette to three straight Bay Rivers District titles, including […]

Jacob Wilson Holds An Offer, Earning More

Great Bridge QB Jacob Wilson (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Great Bridge junior quarterback Jacob Wilson has had another growth year in 2014. Now in his third year as a QB for the Wildcats, Wilson’s progression as a signal caller has been obvious. Now as his season closes, Wilson has his first scholarship offer and he’s playing like a leader that […]

VT Loss Doesn’t Dampen Jacione Fugate’s Hokie Visit

Kecoughtan ATH Jacione Fugate (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Virginia Tech’s football season may have taken an unfortunate turn on Saturday against Boston College, but that hasn’t affected Hokie recruiting at this point. Kecoughtan junior Jacione Fugate visited Blacksburg on Saturday, and reports that he’s thrilled to be on the Hokies’ radar. Fugate is a “do everything” kind of athlete […]

Hickory Linemen Pick Up Offers

Hickory OL Jake O'Sullivan (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Recruiting is picking up as the high school season winds down, and Hickory High School of Chesapeake is no exception to the flurry of activity.  Linemen Tristin Sellers (SR OL 6-3 285) and Jake O’Sullivan (SR OL 6-6 295) both picked up their first college scholarship offers this week. Norfolk State […]

Great Bridge Linebacker Lands First College Opportunity

Great Bridge Linebacker Andy Sartain (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Linebacker Andy Sartain of Great Bridge High School has gotten a reputation for being a heavy hitter.    His combination of high academics and remarkable athleticism puts him in a pretty elite group.   Sartain has been looking for his first college scholarship offer, and he now has a potential destination […]

Jahvoni Simmons Is All-American (VIDEO)

Ocean Lakes LB Jahvoni Simmons (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Tuesday at Ocean Lakes High School, it all became official.   Linebacker Jahvoni Simmons is an All-American.   Under Armour’s traveling road show stopped in Virginia Beach to make the announcement and award a game jersey to Jahvoni.   His career at Ocean Lakes has been stellar, and there is a […]

Great Bridge RB Picks Up His First Offer!

Great Bridge RB Tyain Smith (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 The talent at Great Bridge has been there, bubbling under the surface.   After bouncing back in 2013, the Wildcats were expected to make another step forward in 2014.   With that comes the development of talent.  More growth is on the way, and the first indications of college interest are […]

Wayne Davis Adds Blue Devils Offer

Lake Taylor DB Wayne Davis (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 For a junior, Lake Taylor cornerback Wayne Davis sure is fielding a lot of interest.    That’s a good indication that Davis is going places. At the Nike Combine in Northern Virginia earlier this year, Davis impressed.   So far this season, the lockdown corner has guided his team to an undefeated season.   […]

Health, College is Focus for Sweat

Oscar Smith DE Josh Sweat (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruitt757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 The damage has been done. Now it’s time to heal. Oscar Smith defensive end Josh Sweat has a long road ahead of him, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel. He’s still the #1 recruit in the country, though the calls have now turned to well wishes instead of […]