DeMatha High School has 9 top recruits coming out of the 2014 High School Football Class. All 9 of these recruits are ready to transition from high school football to college. Look out for these top recruits: Brock Ruble, Spencer Kleinrichert, Deonte Holden, Mark Allen, JaWhaun Bentley, Chris Jones, Taiwan Deal, Cameron Phillips, and Johnny Lovett.
Gonzaga High School top recruits Robbie Walker and Miles Taylor will both play college football in fall 2014. The Next Big Thing Show is introducing these top recruits to fans, college opponents, and just showcasing the next generation of young talent. Robbie Walker will play Running Back at Ohio University and Miles Taylor will play Safety at University of Iowa.
Wise High School top recruit Micah Till plays both sports: Basketball and Football. North Carolina State Football Team has offered a full ride scholarship to play tight end at the university. According to ESPN, Micah is ranked #23 in the state of Maryland. Be sure to watch our interview with the top recruit discussing his love for football.
Chinanu Onuaku is a top basketball recruit from Riverdale Baptist High School coming out of the 2014 basketball recruiting class. He plans on attending Louisville this fall 2014. Standing at 6’10 and weighing 220 pounds, he is the true definition of the next big thing. According to ESPN, Onuaku is ranked #4 in the state of Maryland, 16 Regional, and 9 in his position.
Meet Marshall University new Running Back Demetrius Johnson. Throughout the interview, Johnson talks about his transition from high school to college. Find out some of his secret talents and why he chose Marshal over Syracuse and Old Dominion. Watch the interview below.
North Carolina State Fans meet your new Defensive End Deonte Holden. He wants to be remembered for his ambition and hard work. Micah Till and Holden may be college roommates this fall. Holden father is a football coach so he trains a lot throughout the off season. Watch the interview below.
With over a dozen of school offers to play college football, Spencer Kleinrichert chose William & Mary. Kleinrichert will be closer to his family and can’t wait to invite them to his football games. His favorite player is former Baltimore Ravens Lineback Ray Lewis. Watch The Interview Below.
Florida State is getting a true big man standing at 6’10 and 315 pounds. Brock Ruble loves to win so it wasn’t a surprise when he committed to the 2014 SEC Champion Team Florida State. This top recruit is ready to play football and enjoy the warm weather in Florida. Watch The Interview Below.