I know the Lord is doing something special with this area. I can feel it. So many stars are emerging right in our backyard. I’m thankful to be apart of something powerful.
Our Recruiting Seminar, October 23rd (K – 8 athletes) and October 24th (9 – 12), is picking up some good traction. This seminar is designed for every athlete without a scholarship. Our goal is to educate about the college recruiting process while also focusing on an athlete’s transition into the real world. Parents are encouraged to come. We will discuss the recruiting process and where each age group currently stands in the recruiting process. We will have all types of people there giving testimonies of their experiences. That’s just one aspect. We are also bringing in a few recruiting companies to give their input on the process.
Our goal is to make sure these kids, all of them, get access to proper recruiting knowledge. We don’t want to make people pay for knowledge that should be available for everybody. We are putting this on for free because we have encountered way too many families asking for discounts for our events and services. This means there are people who would love access to these basic things, they just don’t have the money. Long story short, we want each and every kid to get guidance on the most pivotal times of their life. So if you or your son haven’t yet earned a scholarship, come out to this and expand your vision for reality. We all have options and our job is make them visible for our athletes.
Your high school coach has been previously contacted about attending the event. If you have any further questions:
October 23rd and 24th
Friday Night Recap
We visited the Northwest Guilford vs Western Guilford game this past Friday night. I’ll go ahead and lay this out there, this Western Guilford team is young. Those boys have fight and they wanted it bad. I could tell. I saw something in them that I haven’t seen in a while. They were the underdogs, hungry, and had nothing to lose. Northwest just had too much for them. Western is building up some talented kids. With only a few seniors to lead them, they are greatness in it’s first stage. Although the score didn’t show it, those boys have something special.
Thomas Hennigan and Kyle Finne were just too much. I saw Hennigan go up over a defender and moss him. I did not expect to see that style of play at Northwest but he came with it. I haven’t heard much recruiting information about him but I’m sure that will change if he continues to make plays like he did Friday. I look forward to watching the Hudl update of him after Friday’s game. Like I said, you could tell Northwest has a few seasoned guys. Finnie, a shifty running back, will also need to be on every team’s radar. I hadn’t heard of this kid before tonight. I sure do know his name now after Friday. Now I came to actually watch my little buddy Cam Cloud. During the week I was actually talking with his father, Haywood Cloud, about Cam and I can’t express how much I am amazed by those two. Cam’s father is at every function Cam has. Sometimes he is more excited than the calm and collected Cam Cloud. But Haywood has been through a lot for his son and this summer they received harvest the fruits of their labor. After years of hitting the recruiting circuit as a middle school athlete, Cam received an offer from The University of Virginia. Cam is only in the 9th grade. He had a quiet night but he is definitely a threat at all times.
1. Dudley (48 – 7 over Ragsdale)
2. Eastern Alamance (34 – 0 over Cummings)
3. Western Alamance (52 – 21 over Southern Alamance)
4. East Forsyth (49 – 0 over Reynolds)
5. Northwest Guilford (66 – 25 over Western Guilford)
1. Jeremiah Brown (Southwest Guilford) 126 receiving
2. Connell Young (Dudley) 146 and 2 TD’s
3. Madison Cone (East Forsyth) INT
4. Christian Beal (East Forsyth) 136 on 11 carries
Top Underexposed Performances:
1. Thomas Hennigan (Northwest Guilford) (No Stats)
2. Kyle Finnie (Northwest Guilford) (No Stats)
3. Javon Leake (Page) 107 and 2 TD’s
4. Stephen Baldwin (Southeast Guilford) 177 (473 in two games)
I just want to take the time to thank this guy Andy Durham. He doesn’t have to provide a quality media channel for this area but he chooses to and he does an amazing job. Keep up the good work Andy.