Some of those Football Signings that we should be seeing today

Posted by Andy Durham on February 5, 2014 at 10:54 am under High School | 7 Comments to Read

Here are some of the manes that we have seen so far that due to sign their letters today on National Signing Day and if you know of others, let us know….

Clay Shelton(Northwest Guilford) with Gardner-Webb
Scott Johnston(Grimsley) with UNC-Pembroke
Jalen Gavin(Page) with Wingate
Lorenzo Featherston(Page) has been looking at Florida State
Tre Lennon(Smith) with Elon
Austin Venable(Southern Guilford with N.C. A&T
Brady Stover(Southern Guilford) with N.C. A&T
Juwan Foggie(High Point Central) with Charlotte
Kalin McNeil(Northeast Guilford0 with Wake Forest
Albert McLean(Dudley) Winston Salem State University
Mykael Martin(Dudley) North Carolina Central University
Khalil Vance(Dudley) Univerity of North Carolina at Pembroke
Raquan Jones(Eastern Guilford) Fayetteville State University
Marlon Petty(Eastern Guilford) UNC-Chapel Hill
Marquell Cartwright(High Point Andrews) N.C. A&T
Lamar Raynard(High Point Andrews) N.C. A&T
Brandon Galloway(High Point Andrews) N.C. Central
Carlos Manning(High Point Andrews) UNC Pembroke

Emmanuel Moseley(Dudley) is alreay enrolled at Tennessee
Chris Register(Dudley) is already enrolled at Clemson….He was in town visiting last Friday night for the Dudley-Smith basketball game at Smith, along with current Tiger and former Grimsley Whirlie D.J. Reader, who is now a fulltime football olayer for Clemson and no more baseball for D.J.
Germaine Pratt(High Point Central) is already enrolled at N.C. State

*****On Clay Shelton from the Gardner-Webb website and if have more of these send them our way….*****
Clay Shelton * 6-4 * 285 * OL * Oak Ridge, N.C. / Northwest Guilford HS Played at Northwest Guilford (N.C.) High under Coach Joe Woodruff … Runs the 40-yard dash in an agile, 5.2 seconds … Rated by as a two-star prospect … Earned first-team All-State honors from USAToday … A first-team All-Area selection in 2013 by the Greensboro News & Record newspaper … Top offensive lineman on a team that rushed for more than 300 yards per game and averaged almost 35 points per game … Helped Vikings to the third round of the Class 4-AA state playoffs and a school-record 12 wins … Totaled 40 pancake blocks in 2013 … Earned first-team All-Conference honors as a junior … A second-team All-Area selection by the Greensboro News & Record in 2012 … Part of teams that won three league titles in four seasons … Chose Gardner-Webb over Presbyterian, Western Carolina and Georgia Southern, among others.

  • Dudley coach said,

    Dudley signings

    Albert McLean- Winston Salem State University
    Mykael Martin- North Carolina Central University
    Khalil Vance- Univerity of North Carolina at Pembroke

  • Pirate said,

    I heard Jeremy Harris, PF for the Page Basketball team, wants to play football somewhere. Has anyone heard if he is signing as a WR? He could really play if he put on some weight.

  • EGHS said,

    Raquan Jones-Fayetteville State University
    Marlon Petty-UNC-Chapel Hill (Also possible Morehead Scholar)

  • Pirate said,

    Good for Marlon! Been my friend since I was a little kid and I couldn’t be happier for him.

    I heard he’s just a walk-on though, correct?

  • TWARR said,

    Marquell Cartwright and Lamar Raynard NC A&T
    Brandon Galloway NC Central
    Carlos Manning UNC Pembroke

  • Eddie Willis said,

    Glad Reader is only playing football, which is his best sport. He was not a D1 baseball player even though he had a roster spot last year. RHP with a medium fastball that doesn’t move should play football. Look where Russell Wilson is now—could not hit minor league pitching and now he’s a Super Bowl champion.

  • Gfan said,

    I don’t think it was a matter of he was not D1 baseball material =. I think it was exactly what his dad told me. “DJ thinks we wants to play both baseball and football but we both know that when he bulks up for football he will not be able to swing a bat. But he is 18 so…”. This was another Russell Wilson like mistake that NCSU made. They could have had a great football player playing for them but our coach at the time was an idiot.

    He is a great athlete and I think he made the right choice. Proud of you DJ and supporting you all the way to the NFL.