Charter Oak’s Eric Prevost and Diamond Ranch’s Kammy Delp preparing for next month’s football signing day

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FOOTBALL SIGNING DAY NEARS: With just less than a month before National Signing Day for high school football players, the local recruiting trail is heating up as would-be prospects from the area try to solidify their Saturday plans for the next four years.
Charter Oak is always a hot bed of activity and this year is no different with defensive standouts Eric Prevost and Donavin Washington garnering plenty of attention.
Prevost, the Tribune’s 2013 Defensive Player of the Year, has offers from Sacramento St. and Montana St., and as college coaches figure out where he best fits position-wise, Chargers coach Lou Farrar expects more offers to roll in. Washington had an offer from Boise St. this fall, but after head coach Chris Peterson and most of his staff left for Washington, it remains unclear whether the offer still stands.
kammydelpWashington has a trip to Stonybrook planned and also previously had offers from Nevada and Sacramento St.
Diamond Ranch’s Kammy Delp ended the suspense over where he’d end up next fall. The mammoth offensive/defensive lineman picked Arizona St. during a televised moment in last week’s Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl game. Delp was also considering UCLA.
Delp’s Diamond Ranch teammate Will Bryan, a running back/defensive back, turned down offers from Nevada and Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo to play at Yale next fall. Diamond Ranch’s Marcus Bricsoe could join Bryan in the Ivy Legaue at Columbia.

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  • Manziel

    How awesome is it that Roddy Layton seems to send one of his star players to an Ivy League school or one of the military academies nearly every year? Congratulations to everyone responsible over at Diamond Ranch…they are obviously doing something right at the program.

    • Stop drinking the Koolaid

      Unless Roddy is in the classroom taking tests and doing the homework for these kids, then he has absolutely NOTHING to do with these kids attending Ivy League Schools or the Military Academies. These kids worked hard in the classroom and got the good grades that they and their parents should get the credit for, and not that dumb sh** that can’t coach his was out paper bag.

  • chatter…

    Something most be wrong over there at charter oak if that kid only offers is from d2s.That kid is d1 material…..just saying

    • OuttaYourMindTrib

      Those schools ARE D1… Just saying.

    • Size matters

      The kid is listed at 6’2″ 220lbs which is way undersized for a DE at the college level. Unless he has exceptional speed and can transition to a LB position, a D1 scholly (Mountain West style) is a huge long shot.

  • Cat daddy

    Monrovia quarterback/safety Deshawn Potts also has offers from Montana state and Sacramento state and a strong possibility from at least one maybe two others.I really like this kids leadership and his athletics.