The “Week In Review” feature, a recap of how Virginia Tech’s recruits performed in the previous week, will be posted weekly throughout the 2012 regular season and through the playoffs. Here is how Tech’s class did this past week…
- Kyle Chung, OL/TE/DL, Ponte Vedra (FL)
Ponte Vedra is 4-1, 2-0 in District 4-5A play, after defeating Matanzas by a score of 34-3. The Sharks racked up 283 yards rushing in the win.
- Charles Clark Jr., DB/RB, King’s Fork (Suffolk, VA)
King’s Fork dropped to 4-2 after last week’s 35-7 loss to Lakeland. The game was tied at seven through three quarters.
- Brandon Facyson (CB/WR), Northgate (Newnan, GA)
Northgate couldn’t hold a 23-13 lead and ultimately fell to Whitewater, 33-26. The Vikings are 2-4.
- Holland Fisher (S/LB). Manchester (Midlothian, VA)
Manchester is 3-2 after defeating Clover Hill, 47-7. Fisher and the rest of the Lancers defense were stout, shutting out the Cavaliers offense for the first three quarters.
- Kendall Fuller, CB/WR, Good Counsel (Olney, MD)
Fuller returned a punt 72 yards for a touchdown to help the Falcons (5-1) down rival DeMatha, 13-10. Check out highlights, including Fuller’s impressive TD, here.
After suffering its first defeat of the season the previous week, Salem rebounded with a 44-6 win over Kempsville. Hodges had four total touchdowns (2 passing, 2 rushing) and completed 11-of-18 passes for 256 yards.
- Cequan Jefferson, CB, Henrico (VA)
Jefferson had a 6-yard touchdown run, but the Warriors fell to Lee-Davis by a score of 42-12. Henrico is 0-5.
- Jameion Moss, LB, Northeastern (Elizabeth City, N.C.)
Northeastern defeated Wilson (Suffolk, VA), 48-14, to go to 7-1.
Newsome had two touchdowns and Williams had 82 yards rushing and three scores in Hampton’s 60-0 victory over Gloucester. The Crabbers are 4-1 in the Peninsula District, 5-1 overall.
- Parker Osterloh, OL, Warhill (Williamsburg, VA)
Warhill couldn’t keep up with Lafayette, which defeated Osterloh and company 59-12. Warhill is 3-3.
In case you missed it, check out the latest on Osterloh in this TSL Pass update. The 6’8″, 285-pound offensive tackle graduates high school in December and will enroll at Tech in January.
- Carlis Parker, QB, Statesville (N.C.)
Statesville is 7-1 after defeating West Iredell, 48-0. Parker returned to the field after missing several games due to a knee injury. He saw limited action but had a 38-yard pass and a 14-yard run while engineering a touchdown drive. Parker received some defensive work as well, coming up with a sack for the Statesville defense.
- Braxton Pfaff, OL, Liberty Christian Academy (Lynchburg, VA)
LCA (4-1) had a bye week. The Bulldogs will meet Fork Union Prep (6-1) this Friday, in what should be a great game.
- David Prince, ATH, Patrick Henry (Roanoke, VA)
Prince had 138 yards rushing and two touchdowns, but Patrick Henry lost to George Washington by three, 29-26. The Patriots fall to 5-1, 0-1 in the Western Valley District.
- DJ Reid, ATH, Thomas Dale (Chester, VA)
The Knights (2-3) were on the losing end of a close Central District contest against Hopewell. Reid, who had 28 carries for 148 yards and a score, was a bright spot in Dale’s 14-7 loss.
- Anthony Shegog, S/ATH, North Stafford (Stafford, VA)
Shegog, a do-everything player for the Wolverines, returned a punt 65 yards for a score in North Stafford’s 30-7 win over Brooke Point. Joe Mangano’s squad is 5-1 on the year.
- Wyatt Teller, DL/OL, Liberty (Bealeton, VA)
Liberty was bested by Warren County, 41-7. The Eagles drop to 3-3.
VT’s Class of 2014
- Xavier Burke, DL/TE, Brunswick County (Lawrenceville, VA)
Brunswick fell to 1-5 after losing to Sussex Central, 28-14.
- Javon Harrison, ATH, Kathleen (Lakeland, FL)
Harrison’s 23-yard interception return for a touchdown helped Kathleen down Bartow, 31-7. The versatile recruit, who had a kick-off return for a score the previous week, added three catches for 19 yards.
- Vinny Mihota, DE/OL, Massaponax (Fredericksburg, VA)
Mihota and company blew away Orange, 72-6. Massaponax is now 4-2.
PREVIOUS COLUMNS, THE 2012 SEASON…
Week One, August 27
Week Two, September 3
Week Three, September 10
Week Four, September 17
Week Five, September 24
Week Six, October 1