What started off as a pee wee soccer career led to a standout three-sport high school star. Britton Kohn has led the Eagles in many of their athletic programs, and still has some work to do on the hardwood and diamond before gracing the college gridiron.
Bobby Walchak, a future Penn State preferred run-on, grew up wanting to play football for the Nittany Lions. With his commitment, he’s looking forward to making a big enough impact to potentially earn him a scholarship.
New Mexico high school sports haven’t happened since March 2020 and the wait has been even longer for the Cleveland Storm, who are still hoping for the opportunity to get back on the football field after claiming the NMAA Class 6A state title in fall 2019.
In his second year of varsity football with the Dover High Senators, junior tight end Elijah Sessoms put the state of Delaware on notice with an all-state performance. Now Sessoms hopes to build on it next year.
Gabriel Rubio has been a football star at Lutheran High School of St. Charles County, and is one of the top-rated defensive tackles and players in the country. With his high school career wrapped up, Rubio is ready to make an immediate impact for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
After an illustrious high school football career at Mars Hill Bible School, Peyton Higgins will join the Troy Trojans in hopes of an improved 2021 season.
Coming from an athletic family, Samantha Schupp has competed in softball and track and field throughout her time at Battle High School. But last fall, Schupp added a new sport to her resume after becoming a kicker on the Spartans’ football team.
Radford football kicking specialist Connor Lytton graduates early to get jump start with Boston College football
Radford kicker Connor Lytton won’t wait to make his move to the big stage. After committing to the Boston College football program in December, Lytton will graduate high school early to get a head start with the Eagles.
Nick Smith has had much influence from his uncle and dad in the NFL and MLB, respectively. Now the junior is hoping to play Division I football after Danbury High School.
Aaron Holloway is Nevada’s No. 12 overall prospect and committed to represent his native city at UNLV.