Listed below are the recruits TheSabre.com confirmed to be in Scott Stadium for the University of Virginia’s wild triple overtime victory over Syracuse. Stay tuned for reports on some of these prospects in the coming days. Check out the EDGE board for any other confirmations and of course any possible breaking news.
PROSPECTS UVA HAS OFFERED
At least three of the Cavaliers’ class of 2016 commitments — Courtland (Spotsylvania, VA) athlete Nick Grant, Broad Run (Ashburn, VA) defensive back Chris Moore and Gilman (Baltimore, MD) offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis — were in attendance. Spanellis and Grant took to Twitter following Virginia’s comeback win over the Orange.
— The Red Ranger (@glogrant) October 17, 2015
In his tweet, Spanellis is giving a shoutout to Virginia middle linebacker and former Gilman star Micah Kiser. Gilman boasts one of the top prep football programs in Maryland.
In addition to the three committed prospects we confirmed, we also confirmed that North Allegheny (Wexford, PA) junior tight end Griffin Sestili, who was offered by Virginia on October 9, made the trek to Charlottesville yesterday.
PROSPECTS WITHOUT A VIRGINIA OFFER
– St. Peter’s Prep (Jersey City, N.J.) junior quarterback Johnathan Lewis, junior wide receiver Masaki Aerts, and junior linebacker/running back Damion Abrams.
The 6’3″, 205-pound Lewis reportedly has offers from Boston College and Rutgers. Click here to check out his junior season highlights.
– Class of 2017 offensive line prospects Dakota Davis (6’4″, 280 pounds, Glenelg High School in Maryland), Daniel Horne (6’5″, 290 pounds, Hylton High School in Woodbridge, Virginia), and Justin Satterfield (6’7″, 300 pounds, Mount Juliet in Tennessee) and Thomas Wardle (6’2″, 265 pounds, Paul VI in Haddonfield, N.J.).
– Heritage (Wake Forest, N.C.) sophomores Gunnar Holmberg and Joe Kane. Holmberg is a 6’3″, 175-pound quarterback, while Kane is a 6’3″, 215-pound defensive end/tight end.
– Class of 2016 wide receiver Miles Noye of Freedom High School (Woodbridge, VA).