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Posted at 2:05 PM ET, 12/22/2010

Interest, offers for H.D. Woodson football players

By Alan Goldenbach

There's always some recruiting news coming out of H.D. Woodson. Here are a few recent items:

- Senior defensive back Sherrard Harrington has scheduled an official visit to Iowa for Jan. 14. Warriors assistant coach Wayne Johnson said if things go well on that visit, Harrington will commit with the intent of enrolling for the spring semester.

- Junior defensive back Kenny Crawley figures to be one of the District's most heavily recruited players in the Class of 2012. He already has offers from Virginia Tech, Penn State, Michigan, Clemson, Wake Forest and Illinois.

- Alonzo Russell, who was a second-team All-Met a senior at Woodson in 2009 and played this fall at Milford (N.Y.). Academy, has committed to Toledo. Why did the 6-foot-4 wide receiver choose Toledo, when bigger names like Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech were also offering? "They throw the ball 1,000 times," Johnson said. "When he went down there on his official visit [earlier this month] he saw that and knew he could make some plays there. It was just like the same reason when [Woodson alum] Byron Leftwich chose Marshall. They throw it a lot."

By Alan Goldenbach  | December 22, 2010; 2:05 PM ET
Categories:  DCIAA, Football, H.D. Woodson  
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