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Northern Virginia Riddell All-American Training Camp Elite Skills and Lineman Showcase

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Riddell All-American Training Camp powered by Rivals.com will be conducting an Elite Skills & Lineman Showcase in Northern Virginia at the Dulles Sports Plex in Sterling, Va., on Saturday, April 2, from 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Check-In for the event will begin at 6:00 p.m.
This is one of the last opportunities for prospects to make a good impression and get exposure before the NCAA Division-I May evaluation period.
DeMatha head coach Bill McGregor will be the camp director. West Potomac head coach Eric Henderson will also be assisting with the event, along with numerous coaches and trainers from throughout the area. Keynote speakers from the NFL will address those in attendance.
The camp will begin with a dynamic warm-up followed by agility drills, position specific fundamentals drills, an offensive and defensive session and an hour of one-on-one drills.
The camp will be conducted on three pro-turf fields. Compression shirts will be provided. Attire will be rubber-soled cleats and shorts.
All classes (2012-2014, which is current freshman through juniors) are welcome to attend. The cost of the event is $55 online and $75 at the door.
MDHigh Rivals will provide exclusive coverage of the event. They will rank the top 10 prospects at every position.
The address for the event is: 21610 Atlantic Boulevard, Sterling Va.
Some of the best prospects from the metropolitan region are expected to be in attendance, such as Virginia products Alex Dombrowski (Park View) and Ryan Burns (Stone Bridge), two of the top quarterback prospects in Northern Virginia. They will be joined by elite recruits like Brandon Johnson (West Potomac), Ryan Carter (Park View), Chase Walter (Centreville), Jon Stokes (W.T. Woodson),and Marcus Dash (W.T. Woodson.) Linebackers Michael Reaves (W.T. Woodson) and E.J. Levenberry Jr.(Annandale) and linemen Jake Farrar (Oakton) and Deon Doe (Lake Braddock) are also supposed to attend.
Washington D.C. will also be sending their share of prospects. The list includes quarterbacks Benjamin Onett (St. John's), Lamel Mathews (Dunbar) and Timothy Brady (Friendship Collegiate Academy), all of whom are garnering D-I attention. Skill prospects from the District include Davon Graves (Gonzaga), Brady Malone (Gonzaga), Zach Quarles (St. John's), E.J. Norris (Archbishop Carroll) and Darez Diggs (Archbishop Carroll).
Line prospects Quincy Dickens (Friendship Collegiate), Jordan Davis (Friendship Collegiate) and Derwin Gray (Dunbar) are expected to be in attendance as well. All three all are on the verge of multiple D-I offers and have dominated the camp circuit thus far.
Those expected to be in attendance from Maryland include quarterbacks Ian Fisher (Brunswick), Shawn Petty (Eleanor Roosevelt), Michael Spahr (Urbana), Nyema Washington (Suitland), Justin Root (North Hagerstown) and
Tanner Vallely (Seneca Valley). Skill prospects include Josh McPhearson (Riverdale Baptist), Marchez Coates (McDonough), Uriah Bethea (Wise), Paul Harris (DeMatha), Monte Taylor (Flowers), Tony Squirewell (Bishop
McNamara) and Daniel Nwosu (DuVal)
Linebackers Joshua Thorne (Potomac), Brenden Berney (Thomas Johnson) and Tyler Thompson (Linganore) and linemen Connor Bozick(DeMatha), Na'ty Rodgers (McDonough), Karou Diakite (Churchill), Ronnie Screen (Riverdale Baptist), Colton Kmetz (Urbana), Sam Mustipher (Good Counsel) and VJ Davey (Thomas Johnson) are also expected to attend.
For more information please contact recruiting analyst Wayne Yarborough at 301-524-8390 or mdhighrivals@yahoo.com.
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