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  • Nov. 23, 2010: Phoebus' DaQuan Romero changes mind, will play at Virginia

    Phoebus defensive end Daquan Romero, who committed to North Carolina last spring, has changed his mind and now plans to sign with Virginia. Phantoms coach Stan Sexton drove Romero and his mother to Charlottesville Monday morning to meet with school...
  • From March 7, 2010: Clifton Richardson commits to Virginia

    While it's true Menchville High's Clifton Richardson was in Charlottesville on Saturday, and he liked what he saw and heard, his father said he's not yet a firm commitment to the Cavaliers. Richardson's father, Clifton, Sr., said his son has made a "soft...
  • Richardson commits early, then takes on recruiting role for U.Va.

    Richardson commits early, then takes on recruiting role for U.Va.
    With just one decision, Menchville High running back Clifton Richardson nearly turned March 10, 2010, into what could've been one of the most important days in the history of Virginia football recruiting. On that day, Richardson was on U.Va.'s campus for...
  • ACC All Access: It's finally here...National Signing Day is upon us

    The moment of truth for high school senior football players has arrived. All the talk, speculation, hand-wringing, wishing and hoping by players, coaches and breathless fans is over. Starting at 7 a.m. today, it's time to sign those letters of intent...
  • ACC All Access: First letters of intent are in, and big decommitment news in Blacksburg

    Tech already has letters of intent in from the Dinwiddie High kids - tight end Chris Hall, who was the first letter into Tech's office this morning, and defensive end Corey Marshall. In Charlottesville, U.Va. has received letters of intent from defensive...
  • Three more signees for U.Va., one more for Tech

    Three of the four Peninsula District players U.Va. picked up in this recruiting class have signed letters of intent, as Phoebus High linebacker Caleb Taylor has joined the group. U.Va. is still waiting on Menchville High running back Clifton Richardson....
  • Virginia lands WR Terrell, Virginia Tech loses out on LB Anthony

    Well, the verdict is in for both Stephone Anthony and Dominique Terrell: there's one disappointed in-state ACC school and one elated in-state ACC program. Anthony, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from Anson County High in Wadesboro, N.C., has decided...
  • U.Va., Virginia Tech engaging in civil turf tussle for Hampton Roads recruits

    U.Va., Virginia Tech engaging in civil turf tussle for Hampton Roads recruits
    When Hampton High's Deon Newsome thinks about his recruiting process, there are no tales of negative recruiting involving the state's two Atlantic Coast Conference programs, no smoldering stories of a rivalry gone out of control. Instead, Newsome's...
  • ACC All Access: Where UVa, Virginia Tech stand in pursuit of top RB Derrick Green

    When it comes to personal goals, Derrick Green doesn't want much — 3,000 yards rushing in a single season will do just fine. Even suggesting such a lofty mark might seem absurd for most high school running backs, but Green isn't your run-of-the-...
  • Teel Time: Food coma shaken, time to pick Virginia-Virginia Tech winner

    This is more hunch than handicapping, more feel than football. After watching Virginia four times in-person and Virginia Tech five, I think the Hokies are better. Not as superior as past seasons, but certainly a notch above. So why pick the Cavaliers...
  • Teel Time: Kris Burd, Virginia's No. 2 career receiver, excels as blocker, too

    Teel Time: Kris Burd, Virginia's No. 2 career receiver, excels as blocker, too
    When Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor talks about the No. 2 receiver in program history, he starts with one of Kris Burd’s least-productive games. “One of the things that impresses me about Kris is his toughness,” Lazor said...