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2013 COMMITMENT TRACKER

Class of 2013 Committed Prospects

doug randolph
Linebacker
6-foot-3, 215 pounds
Woodberry Forest
Committed to: Stanford

Rivals.com's analyst Mike Farrell on Randolph after 2011 Top Gun camp: "Randolph excelled at this camp because he's very good in coverage. He keeps his feet moving, doesn't overcommit in space and his change of direction and ability to flip and run makes him one of the better linebackers out there in one-on-one coverage." When Randolph committed to the Cardinal, he held offers from Boston College, Notre Dame and Virginia.


cequan jefferson
Athlete
5-foot-11, 167 pounds
Henrico
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Henrico Coach Roger Brookes on Jefferson: "They are getting a tremendous athlete. He does a lot of things for us. He plays cornerback and is a lockdown corner. That is what he really loves because of his speed. We play man to man, that's what we do with occasional zone. We depend on our corners to handle their side of the field and he's done a good job with that." At the time of his commitment in February, the Hokies were Jefferson's only known offer.


holland fisher
Defensive Back
6-foot-2, 205 pounds
Manchester
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Rivals.com analyst Mike Farrell on Fisher: "He's very athletic and moves very well laterally and backwards in coverage. He's long and he can cover a lot of ground. I really liked the way he moved at the Duke NIKE Camp last year, he's not the biggest kid in the world but he's perfect athletically for what Tech likes to do at safety because he is long and can cover. Fisher also held offers from Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina, N.C. State, Purdue, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.


christian hackenberg
Quarterback
6-foot-4, 215
Fork Union
Committed to: Penn State

The Fork Union field general threw for over 2,200 yards and accounted for 23 touchdowns in earning first team all-league, region and state honors in 2011 during his junior season. A national level prospect, Hackenberg chose the Nittany Lions over several other offers including Alabama, UConn, Florida, Miami, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.


ryan burns
Quarterback
6-foot-5, 218 pounds
Stone Bridge
Committed to: Stanford

Rivals.com analyst Mike Farrell on Burns: "He has the size, arm strength, accuracy and poise to be a top quarterback in his class. His talent level is clearly that of a 25-offer prospect. Burns has been impressive at every camp we've seen him at including the Elite 11 at Penn State as well as the Top Gun camp. Burns also held offers from Boston College, Maryland, Penn State, Rutgers, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.


Anthony Shegog
Defensive Back
6-foot-2, 195 pounds
North Stafford
Committed to: Virginia Tech

North Stafford Coach Joe Mangano on Shegog: "Anthony was a key ingredient to the success of North Stafford football this year. We were able to win our district and region and Anthony played an important role. In the state semifinals game against Phoebus Anthony scored 2 touchdowns and had over 80 yards receiving. Anthony carries a 3.0 GPA and already has the qualifying SAT scores academically" At the time of his commitment, Shegog had offers from Virginia, ECU, and West Virginia.


david prince
Athlete
6-foot-0, 175 pounds
Patrick Henry (Roanoke)
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Patrick Henry Coach Alan Fiddler on Prince: "They're getting a guy that is explosive. He's got really good speed and that's what makes him really good. His top speed is really fast. He's got good explosion and is a good athlete. He's a great person too and a quality young man. He's a guy that is a no brainer to bring into the program." At the time of his commitment, Prince held offers from East Carolina, Virginia and Wake Forest.


evrett edwards
Defensive Back
5-foot-11, 175 pounds
Woodbridge
Committed to: Duke

VirginiaPreps.com Analyst Rod Johnson on Edwards: "Evrett was a bit under our radar after his junior season but the Vikings standout garnered considerable attention once his film started making the rounds as his speed and coverage abilities helped established him as one of the top cornerbacks in the state." At the time of his commitment, Edwards was also considering offers from Boston College, Illinois, Ohio, Wake Forest and West Virginia.


jake kite
Defensive Back
6-foot-1, 180 pounds
Hidden Valley
Committed to: Duke

Hidden Valley Coach Scott Weaver on Kite: "Jake is a special player who has the ability to cover as a safety and the ability to help in run support like a linebacker. He played the game as physical as any player that I have seen in the Roanoke Valley in some time. Jake has the potential in college to be an imppact player early on." Kite also held offers from N.C. State and Ohio at the time of his decision."


tim harris
Defensive Back
6-foot-2, 175 pounds
Varina
Committed to: Virginia

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Harris: "An outstanding athlete, the Blue Devils standout is a big corner coveted by college coaches looking for a guy who can manhandle wideouts in the open field and be an impact hitter in support in the run defense. Harris has long arms helping him consistently get a strong jam on the line and he's able to run stride-for-stride with virtually any wideout he sees. He battles well for the ball in the air making it hard to argue that their is a better cover corner in the state. Maintaining his balance at all times, the rising senior can take away half the field on defense and continues to work hard to improve his game which could mean very big things once he hits the next level."


E.j. levenberry
Linebacker
6-foot-3, 226 pounds
C.D. Hylton
Committed to: Florida State

C.D. Hylton head coach Tony Lilly on Levenberry: "The biggest part of that is his heart. If a player doesn't have that instinct and that feeling that he is going to get to the ball on every play then they are not going to get to the ball all the time. I think that EJ feels that he is going to be the guy to make the tackle on every play. He certainly is an asset for us because we play him both inside and outside. He gives us the best of both worlds depending on the situation. He is a good mix for what we have in front of him on the defense. He is a guy who gets to the ball."


jonathan allen
Defensive End
6-foot-3, 225 pounds
Stone Bridge
Committed to: Alabama

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Allen: "The first thing that stands out about Allen is how physical that he is not only at the line of scrimmage but also when he gets to the guy unfortunate enough to have the ball. Extremely quick off the ball and violent with his hands, Allen is almost unblockable in a one-on-one situation at the high school level. He plays much bigger than his listed 225 pounds and should be a major impact player on the college level."


bucky hodges
Quarterback
6-foot-5, 225 pounds
Salem (Virginia Beach)
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Salem head coach Robert Jackson on Hodges: "If you look at my history, I've always been a smash-mouth type guy. I've always had that strong tailback, pretty decent line and we hand it off and play defense. With this kid, we've opened up some things. Bucky has all the tools to be successful. He's a good character kid, good student and one of the bright spots with the team that I have now is I'm getting guys that can play, but also are dedicated to those school books."


Matt rolin
Linebacker
6-foot-3, 210 pounds
Briar Woods
Committed to: South Carolina

Rivals.com national analyst Mike Farrell on Rolin: "Rolin had good counter moves when pass rushing. He showed speed and footwork in man-to-man coverage. He needs to get a better grasp on zone coverage and what to do in certain scenarios but his athleticism is solid and he closes strong. Overall, Rolin was very aggressive and showed a great motor. There's no reason to think Rolin can't continue to improve."


andrew motu'apuaka
Linebacker
6-foot-0, 210 pounds
Salem (Virginia Beach)
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Salem head coach Robert Jackson on Motu'apuaka: "He's nasty and definitely one of our swagger guys. He's just trying to run into you and run you over. I think he has a lot of upside to him, and he's still learning the position. Before he was on varsity, he was a defensive end on the J.V. He came to us late like the middle of J.V. season his (sophomore year), and we just put him out there, and then he started at 'backer for us and took off from there."


corwin cutler
Quarterback
6-foot-2, 182 pounds
Ocean Lakes
Committed to: Virginia

Ocean Lakes head coach Chris Scott on Cutler: "First and foremost, every player has something that makes him special when you're able to get recruited at this level. A lot of intangibles go into a college player as well, and I'd say one that separates Corwin is his arm. His arm strength and accuracy are both very, very strong. You automatically get that, and from there, you get a focused young man who has done a great job of putting himself in position in the last year with his work in the weight room and work in the classroom to get to this point where he can commit to an ACC program that's doing great things and very much on the rise."


braxton pfaff
Offensive Line
6-foot-4, 289 pounds
Liberty Christian
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Rivals.com national analyst Mike Farrell on Pfaff: "Pfaff is a big kid and very effective when he moves his feet and doesn't get off-balance and lunge. He looked bad in a few reps because he guessed and put himself out of position, but he learned quickly and became more technically sound. He has good size, a long reach and his footwork is good when he is patient. He struggles more with speed rushers than he does with the stronger, slower guys so he will have to work on that, but overall he's an impressive prospect."


deon newsome
Athlete
5-foot-11 170 pounds
Hampton
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Hampton head coach Mike Smith on Newsome: "Just like all great athletes, it's just a matter of where you want to put him. I think he could play any position. He's just that type of kid, so adaptive and versatile that I don't think you could put him anywhere he couldn't play. He's mentally tough, physically tough and a great athlete. He's such a hard-working kid. He's a great kid with a big smile on his face and he's just fun to coach, fun to be around, even in school."


zack jones
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0, 178 pounds
Oscar Smith
Committed to: Virginia

Oscar Smith head coach Rich Morgan on Jones: "I've got film to prove that Zack is the best receiver in the state. He is the best athlete in Virginia coming back this year. He locked down everyone's best receiver, had over 1,000 yards receiving, went for 250 yards in the state semifinals, led his team to a state championship, punted for over a 40-yard average and, when he was kicked to twice as a returner, he housed them both. And, he can throw the football."


parker osterloh
Offensive Line
6-foot-7, 268 pounds
Warhill
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Warhill head coach William Jarvie on Osterloh: "On the field, he really grew as a player. He plays tight end and defensive end for us and more than likely he'll make the move to offensive tackle in college. He's got really good feet and ran a 4.71 shuttle. He moves really well and has really good hands, that's why we play him at tight end. He also has really long arms for his 6-foot-7, 265-pound frame. He's improved his strength tremendously from last year at this time. He's got a lot of potential and wants to be a good football player."


charles clark
Defensive Back
5-foot-11, 180 pounds
Kings Fork
Committed to: Virginia Tech

Kings Fork head coach Joe Jones on Clark: "He's always looking to improve himself and it's contagious because it rubs off on others. He loves playing the game, loves being aggressive and is truly one of those guys that can turn it on and turn it off because he's someone that does the right things off the field, is very respectful and gracious. Teachers, administrators and coaches all love him. But when he gets between those white lines or on the track, he's serious about it and gives every ounce of energy he can give."


jack english
Defensive End
6-foot-6, 250 pounds
St. Christopher's
Committed to: Virginia

VirginiaPreps.com's Will Garlick on English: "English pass rush technique combines both speed and power from the defensive line. Against St Stephens/St Agnes, English had perhaps his best game recording 12 tackles and a pass deflection. He is a high energy player who has already established himself as one of the top prospects of 2013 class."


cameron serigne
Tight End
6-foot-3, 225 pounds
Briar Woods
Committed to: Wake Forest

VirginiaPreps.com AA Editor Patrick Mauney on Serigne: "He led the Division 4 state champions in receiving with 53 catches for over 700 yards and 10 touchdowns and earned first-team honors in the Dulles District and Region II. He also has the size to be a very good blocker, but his biggest value for the Falcons was through the air."


chris burton
Tight End
6-foot-4, 255 pounds
GW-Danville
Committed to: N.C. State

Rivals.com's Mike Farrell on Burton: "Burton definitely made a name for himself at tight end. At 6-foot-3 and 245 pounds, Burton uses his size, strength and athleticism to torment defensive backs. While his size and strength is what clearly stands out at first, Burton also shows very reliable hands, great route running and deceptive speed.""


donta wilkins
Defensive Lineman
6-foot-3, 315 pounds
Potomac
Committed to: Virginia

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Wilkins: "Several coaches from within the Cardinal District describe Wilkins as the single most destructive defensive player in the league routinely tossing around words like 'beast' and 'unstoppable' when talking about his talent. Power and leverage is the name of his game as he gets great penetration into the backfield by being quick off the ball and by overpowering blockers."


wes scott
Athlete
5-foot-11, 184 pounds
Hayfield
Committed to: Liberty

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Scott: "Wes is a kid who we first saw as a sophomore and it was pretty clear at that time that he was going to be a special player. A knee injury may have slowed down both his high school career and his recruiting, but the Hawks star is a two-way playmaker who plays bigger than his listed size."


chris holmes
Athlete
6-foot-2, 187 pounds
Chancellor
Committed to: N.C. State

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Holmes: "A do-it-all athlete on both sides of the ball for Chancellor, Holmes projects as a safety at the college level where his length and athleticism should allow him to be a big-time playmaker in space for the Wolfpack."


mark wilson
Defensive End
6-foot-4, 217 pounds
Phoebus
Committed to: Old Dominion

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Holmes: "Playing for the state's elite program at a position that has been manned previously by Division I commits Xavier Adibi, Stephen Friday and Daquan Romero, among others, Wilson has added his name to the list of powerful, rangy and athletic Phantoms' ends."


gerard johnson
Athlete
5-foot-8, 175 pounds
Meadowbrook
Committed to: Old Dominion

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Holmes: "It's difficult to find a player in the state as dynamic with the football in his hand as Johnson. A dual-threat quarterback for Meadowbrook, he'll likely find a home as an outside playmaker on the offense at the college level when he trades in one Monarchs uniform for another."


brandon ravenel
Wide Receiver
6-foot-0, 170 pounds
North Stafford
Committed to: James Madison

North Stafford coach Joe Mangano on Ravenel: "Brandon has started every game since he came to North Stafford and he is one of the hardest working and most dedicated players that I have ever coached. He is a 3.7 GPA student and a dynamic player with seven touchdowns that covered more than 40 yards in his junior season."


tanner hartman
Offensive Lineman
6-foot-4, 240 pounds
Liberty Christian
Committed to: Maryland

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Holmes: "Hartman works with outstanding technique and the big man should develop into an exceptional power blocker with the athleticism to get out in front whether in pulling or zone schemes. His wingspan will help him transition to the next level where he will likely play on the edge."


melvin vaughn
Athlete
6-foot-2, 220 pounds
Oscar Smith
Committed to: Old Dominion

Oscar Smith head coach Rich Morgan on Vaughn: "Melvin is a freak of an athlete. He's a non-stop kid and one of the most versatile players on our roster. We can put him anywhere and he'll make plays while never coming off the field."


daquin moore
Defensive Back
6-foot-3, 185 pounds
Hampton
Committed to: Old Dominion

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Moore: "Moore pops off the field when seeing the Crabbers live because of his height and length in the deep middle of their defense. Moore is more than capable of covering the field from sideline to sideline but his greatest impact on the game comes from the impact he puts on opposing ball carriers."


malcolm cook
Defensive Back
6-foot-1, 200 pounds
Fork Union
Committed to: Virginia

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Cook: "Playing for an Armstrong program that struggled to a 1-9 mark in 2011, Cook was a major bright spot for the team accounting for 1,155 yards on offense while picking off seven passes and returning five for touchdowns from the defensive side of the ball."


dylan brucki
Offensive Lineman
6-foot-5, 295 pounds
Cave Spring
Committed to: Liberty

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Brucki: "Brucki is an impressive power blocker up front capable of collapsing half of a defensive line while down-blocking high school level. Great hand placement and the ability to keep his feet active helps him consistently move defenders several yards down the field."


jhalil mosley
Athlete
6-foot-1, 185 pounds
Monticello
Committed to: James Madison

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Mosley: "Potentially a big playmaker on either side of the ball for the Dukes, Mosley more than proved his mettle during his junior campaign when he accounted for over 1,900 yards of offense and 31 touchdowns for the Mustangs in earning all-district honors."


chris blewitt
Kicker
5-foot-10, 175 pounds
West Potomac
Committed to: Pittsburgh

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Blewitt: "Coaches throughout the Northern Region rave about the leg that Blewitt brings to the game and lament the fact that they will be starting every drive against the Wolverines from their own 20-yard line as he buries kickoff after kickoff into the end zone."


atem ntantang
Defensive Back
5-foot-11, 185 pounds
Woodgrove
Committed to: Boston College

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Ntantang: "A fluid runner with outstanding lateral quickness, Ntantang showed exceptional athleticism as a running back for Woodgrove rushing for nearly 900 yards in only eight games as a junior. Projected as a defensive back, his ability to quickly flip his hips should make him an effective secondary player at the college level."


Connor Wingo-reeves
Linebacker
6-foot-2, 222 pounds
Monacan
Committed to: Temple

Rivals.com's national analyst Mike Farrell on Wingo-Reeves: "Oneof the bigger linebackers on the field but his size didn't really slow him down. He could read the field pretty well in 7-on-7 and his size made it difficult for the quarterback to throw the ball over or around him. If Wingo-Reeves improves his footwork, lateral quickness and coverage abilities a bit he could be a solid contributor at the next level.


oren burks
Linebacker
6-foot-4, 195 pounds
South County
Committed to: Vanderbilt

VirginiaPreps.com's Rod Johnson on Burks: "Though he is listed as a linebacker in the Rivals.com database, perhaps the greatest strength of Burks' game is his ability to play multiple positions because of his rangy athleticism. He projects best as an outside linebacker / rover type player capable of rushing from the edge on blitzes or running with a tight end or slot receiver down the middle of the field."


davon grayson
Wide Receiver
6-foot-2, 175 pounds
Kings Fork
Committed to: East Carolina

Kings Fork head coach Joe Jones on Grayson: "They liked his speed, the way he ran his routes and his build. He can make any kind of catch, runs great routes, has gotten faster and stronger, and is starting to put on some weight. It's unlimited to what he can get to once he gets on a full-time weight program somewhere and can concentrate on football. What I also love about Davon is he has to be one of the best blocking receivers in our district. Sometimes you find a receiver who's a physical receiver that blocks well, but may not catch the ball that well, or you find one that catches well and isn't as willing to block. He can do both."


a.j. bolden
Offensive Lineman
6-foot-3, 305 pounds
Millbrook
Committed to: Buffalo
Millbrook head coach Reed Prosser on Bolden: ""He's always been a special athlete," says Prosser. "Any time that you have somone as big as A.J. is and with his athletic talent, you have a special player, but what truly makes him special is his dedication and his work ethic. He's gotten better by light years every month. He's got such a bright future. His top asset is his competitiveness. He does not want to lose.But really, the most impressive thing is just his quickness and his athleticism. He could play center, just snap it and take off and pull. He is a phenomenal athlete."


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