D.C. Skill Players Getting Offers
Colleague Alan Goldenbach files this dispatch:
More offers are pouring in for D.C. players, and the schools recruiting them are not all the usual suspects. While H.D. Woodson's 6-foot-4 senior wide receiver Alonzo Russell has some familiar suitors offering him (Pittsburgh and West Virginia), a trio of Coolidge senior skill-position players are attracting attention from afar.
Running back Avery Williams, who transferred from Eleanor Roosevelt prior to last season, has offers from West Virginia, Michigan State, Utah and Kansas. The latter two schools, as well as New Mexico have offered Colts wide receiver Joshua Ford. Martize Barr, who led the DCIAA in receptions last season, has picked up offers from Kansas and New Mexico, as well as Rutgers.
New Mexico signed two Coolidge players last year - quarterback Emmanuel Yeager and receiver Derrell Person - but both are no longer with the program. Yeager left school in May, while Person did not qualify academically and is now at Arizona Western Junior College.
| August 25, 2009; 11:43 AM ET
Categories: Football | Tags: Coolidge, DCUAA, H.D. Woodson, Kansas, New Mexico, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, West Virginia
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