Just wanted to stop and appreciate the life that God has given us all. No matter the situation, things will work out for our good. Be encouraged.
Seminar location solidified and set for Guilford College
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
The battle between a bunch of country boys. Starmount out did Thomasville 14 to 13. All you see pulling up to Starmount High is farmland. Cows, chickens, and horses. But those boys love them some football. The passion was crazy. Coach Scott Johnson allowed me the pleasure of sideline tickets so I was there for each emotional moment. If I had to describe Starmount’s team in one word, I would have to use words like consistent or discipline. Coach Scott has those boys operating like a machine. Couple that with the wing tee offense. It’s hard to slow that down.
Before I close, I wanted to point out an underexposed recruit. Sr. running back, Brandon Prescott. It’s truly hard for these kids to get the same exposure opportunities as some of the bigger schools of the Triad. Their chances of having a college coach to visit a game are slim. Compared to a Dudley or a Page, teams that have years of history with producing athletes. Brandon is special. I’d call him Mr. “Do It All.” I don’t know where he will end up playing in college due to his lack of exposure but I can vouch for him. If a college will take a chance on him, they will find a true diamond in the rough.
1. Dudley (47 – 7 over Pine Forest)
2. Eastern Alamance (31 – 17 over Morehead)
3. East Forsyth (43 – 0 over Grimsley)
4. Page High (56 – 50 over Reagan)
5. Northern Guilford (13 – 10 over Reidsville)
1. CJ Freeman (Northern Guilford) 154 rushing
2. Connell Young (Dudley) 252 rushing yards with 3 TD’s only 11 carries. 22 per carry
3. John Lamot (Eastern Alamance) 300 total yards
Top Underexposed Performances:
1. Noah Smith (East Forsyth) 419 passing
2. Daniel Graves (Graham) 213 rushing with 6 TD’s
3. Darius Pinnix (Western Alamance) 255 total with 3 TD’s
4. Tre McCollum (Western Alamance) 233 passing
5. Will Jones (Page) 390 passing with 6 TD’s
All made possible by Andy Durham. Thanks for the platform brother!