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Bethel Kicker Gathering College Interest

Bethel K Chase Deaton (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 As a specialist, it’s sometimes hard to gather a lot of college interest.    Bethel kicker Chase Deaton was big for the Bruins in 2014.   His resume includes kicking the game winner to give district winner Heritage their only loss on the regular season. Now that the clamor of the […]

Senior Wide Out Scores Big With Spoof Highlight Reel

Barrington WR Jack Lenihan (Photo: HUDL)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Barrington High School (NY) wide receiver Jack Lenihan might be the first to tell you that he’s not a special football player. He is, however, a marketing genius. Lenihan just finished his senior season and doesn’t have any scholarship offers. What’s a guy to do? Make a great highlight tape and […]

Where Are They Now? Top 2010 Recruits Part One…

Class of 2010 recruit Evan Hailes is now a coach for the Tigers (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruit757)

by Jay Parchman, recruit757 A bowl game can happen for our local Class of 2010 recruits, but as a whole, the normal college football eligibility clock is expiring.  An exception might still occur, such as that with former Oscar Smith Quarterback Philip Sims, it must be noted.  And with that, we can examine the highs […]

Eric Crosby Sees Scholarship Offer After Big Game (VIDEO)

Ocean Lakes ATH Eric Crosby (Photo: Mary Ann Magnant/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 The Ocean Lakes Dolphins romped in a win over Oscar Smith on Friday night.   Lineman turned fullback Eric Crosby (SO ATH 6-3 265) had the biggest night of all, rushing for 120 yards and four touchdowns on six carries. That big night has translated into a lot of attention, including scholarship offers […]

HRYF College Jamboree Set For Saturday


by Andy Hilton, recruit757 High School Seniors, if you’re looking to play college football and you haven’t figured it out yet, you have to act now. Fortunately, the Hampton Roads Youth Foundation is here to help. On Saturday morning at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School in Virginia Beach, the HRYF is gathering over two dozen […]

(VIDEO) Josh Sweat Announces His Commitment For FSU

Josh Sweat announces his college decision.(Video Still)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Josh Sweat and his family have been lauded for the way they handled the recruiting process. Their exhibition of class didn’t stop today. There was no high drama, no disrespecting one school to the benefit of another. Josh, his mom Carlette, and his dad William Washington had good things to say […]

Ocean Lakes Soph Tahj Capehart Lands Fourth Offer

Ocean Lakes WR/DB Tahj Capehart (Photo: Mary Ann Magnant/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Being a top notch player on a high profile program has its’ privileges.   Ocean Lakes wide receiver/defensive back Tahj Capehart may only be a sophmore, but the six foot, 180 pounder is already getting plenty of college attention.   Tahj picked up his fourth scholarship offer on Tuesday. “Coach (Chris) […]

Thomas Hopple Adds Hokie Offer

Nansemond River OT Thomas Hopple (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 The college football season is over.   Very few high schools are left in the playoffs.   That means that it’s recruiting season for almost everyone.   Nansemond River offensive tackle Thomas Hopple picked up his fourth scholarship offer late last week, from none other than Virginia Tech. For Hopple (JR […]

Breakdown: Josh Sweat Announces On Wednesday

Josh Sweat on the sidelines vs. Ocean Lakes (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 All of the official visits are done.   Josh Sweat has had time to think.   The phone will ring of the hook, the twitter feed may blow up, but soon things will quiet down.   Josh Sweat is about to announce a decision. Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Oscar Smith […]

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 […]