A little more than a month after receiving his first collegiate offer, E.J. Evett now has a pair of Power 5 offers to continue his football career at the collegiate level.
Four-star quarterback Christian Veilleux (6-4, 201) of Ontario, who plays at the Bullis School in Potomac, Md., was waiting on one more offer before he could move ahead in his recruiting process. He visited Clemson in January and had planned a return trip last week, but that was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Athletic events nationwide are among activities that have been shut down as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Recreation sports aren’t exempt either, though local directors remain hopeful that spring sports can resume at some point.
While the clubhouses in golfing communities have gone to the mandated take-out-only mode of operation, only one has shut down its course — which has seen some unexpected positives for the community.
When Jared Rogers ascended to the varsity level two years ago, he quickly made a splash — even if he was just merely scratching the surface of his potential for the Seneca High School boys’ basketball team.
So long as there’s a chance students will return to school before the end of the academic year, the South Carolina High School League will hold out the hope that some sort of spring-sports season can be salvaged.
Every offseason, sports fans are reminded that the era where superstar players play for one team their entire career is virtually over.
It can be a daunting task trying to fill the shoes of an all-time great, but for Kaliah Kendrick, it wasn’t anything she couldn’t take in stride.