Which uncommitted in-state prospects are likely to end up at VT?
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football prospects from the Class of 2012. The Hokies are off to quick
start for the Class of 2013, having already secured three commitments from
Commonwealth standouts, Holland Fisher, a defensive back prospect who recently announced a transfer from Clover Hill to Manchester, Cequan Jefferson an 'athlete' from
Henrico, and the latest commitment coming on Tuesday, Anthony Shegog from North
While the quick start to another likely impressive in-state haul for the
Hokies should not be that surprising, it should be noted that the Hokies first
in-state commitment for the Class of 2012, Dakota Jackson from Northside, did
not come until March 29th last year. Its only March 14th and Virginia Tech
already has three Class of 2013 in-state verbals.
The trio has at least one impressive theme in common, they are all very athletic. At 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds, Fisher has been rated the 72nd best
prospect nationally by Rivals.com and is considered a four star prospect.
Clover Hill assistant coach Hunter Bottoms told Brian Mohr: "Literally the best
term and one word to describe him is beast. He's a freak to be honest and
is a scary presence on the field. He's one of those type of players that you
have to know where they are."
Check out Fisher's video highlights here!
Click Here to view this Link.Henrico coach Roger Brookes describes the Hokies second in-state commitment Cequan Jefferson: He is what most refer to as a lockdown corner. However, for us he also is a fine wide receiver with the ability to stretch the field whenever
he lines up. His athleticism is formidable and he is a hard worker. Cequan will
be a nice asset for Va. Tech and his speed is 4.39 in the 40. Jefferson has yet to receive his 'star' ranking from Rivals, but we at VirginiaPreps.com have him ranked the
State's 22nd best prospect.
You can check out his video highlights here!
Anthony Shegog, the latest commitment for the Hokies gets the same kind of
'rave' reviews from his coach, Joe Mangano. The North Stafford coach told
us "Anthony is one of the most complete football players I have ever coached.
This past season he played WR/RB/Kick Return/Punt
Return/Safety/Corner/Linebacker/Rush End. His size and athleticism enable him to
play a wide range of positions and his football aptitude allows him to be
successful." We at VirginiaPreps.com currently have Shegog ranked as
28th best prospect, but that ranking is likely to change when we do our
next update in June.
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