Mehki Wall(Dudley HS) has committed to attend and play college football for Duke University

Mehki Wall, the state champion hurdler, and All-State football player, announced this afternoon that he was casting his lot with the Duke Blue Devils…Wall, arguably one of the fastest and most mobile young men the state of North Carolina, announced that he will be taking his football and track services/abilities to Coach David Cutcliffe and the Blue Devils, from Duke, down in Durham, N.C.

Twitter photo from Joe Sirera, at the News and Record, and HSXtra…He will have full coverage at @JoeSireraSports on Twitter, and later a full story on the Mehki Wall announcement, at www.greensboro.com
(Duke University cap on the far right, and it looks a lot like the Dudley Panthers’ caps.)

Video from today’s event loading, and it will be coming up soon, here at GreensboroSports.com…..

Dudley AD Art Wade, opens up the festivities today at James B. Dudley High School…

The principal at James B. Dudley High School has some good words of encouragement for us and for Mehki Wall…

Dudley High School head football coach Steven Davis with his thoughts on Mehki Wall, and Wall going with Duke University…

Coach Berry, Mehki Wall’s AAU track coach talks about coaching and working with Mehki Wall…

Coach Jackson, Mehki Wall’s hurdles and track coach at Dudley High School, talks about his joy of working with Mehki Wall….

The man of the hour, 5pm today at James B. Dudley High School, Mehki Wall commits to play college football for the Duke Blue Devils, and we feel he will be running track(hurdles) for the Blue Devils too…Let’s listen in, as Wall gives his spin, on how he decided to go in to Duke….

2 comments

  1. Congrats to him, but people always say why doesn’t A&T recruit local talent and always recruit out of state. They went after shaw and he chose unc, went after Wall and he chose Duke! Top local talent always choose elsewhere.

  2. It’s all about Relationship what did the school do to build the relationship (Experience) with the athlete to make them want to be apart of the program

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