Friday, August 30, 2013

Big recruiting day/opportunity for Charlotte 49ers

Saturday's Charlotte-Campbell football game will be a big recruiting opportunity for the 49ers. Several players from the class of 2014 who have already committed, as well others who have been offered by the 49ers will be on hand:

QB Brooks Barden; OL Chris Brown; OL Jean-Luc Cerza-Laneaux; OL Nathaniel Davis; WR Juwan Foggie; WR Kofa Wokpeh; WR Mark Quattlebaum; S Najee Tyler; TE R.J. Tyler.

OL Brian Chaffin, Charlotte Christian; OL/DL Ryan Matson, Cox Mill; QB, Chris Montgomery, Burns; RB/WR Nate Mullen, Hickory Ridge; OT James Passmore, North Gaston; RB Rocky Reid, Concord; DT, Rodney Zeek, Rock Hill South Pointe; DB Jerome Smith, Mays, Ga.

There will be a total of 45 high school players there.

Several high school coaches will also be at the game, including Independence's Joe Evans, Providence Day's Bruce Hardin, Morganton Freedom's Blair Hardin, A.L. Brown's Mike Newsome, South Mecklenburg's Rocky White, Porter Ridge's Greg Nuendorf, East Meck's Chris Williams, Rocky River's Jason Fowler, Mike Byus of East Lincoln, Victory Christian's Dee Brown and York's Bobby Carroll.


Anonymous said...

While the Mountaineers play a real team in Montana!

Anonymous said...

Go away hater!

Anonymous said...

Cry apptroll, cry!!!!

Anonymous said...

They aren't even the real mountaineers. That distinction belongs to the older group that hails from the "Mountain State," WVU.

John said...

Where was Doug Atkins from and where did he play?

Anonymous said...

Scott Fowler rewriting history now with this CCUNC Owls? Charlotte Center of UNC?

There was a part time night school at Central High named private Charlotte College for a few years but had nothing to do with the later 1965 University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Charlotte Center of the University of North Carolina Owls is completely inaccurate and never existed. It was Charlotte College Owls for one season.

Fowler is out of his mind or getting inaccurate information from revisionists.

Anonymous said...

unc concord's big recruiting is picking up the scraps from the local 1a HS football JV team