DB David Erby
5-11, 195, 4.5
Rock Hill High School
Rock Hill, South Carolina
The 5-foot-11, 195 pound prospect had an outstanding junior season for Rock Hill High. "I had 107 tackles and six sacks. I also had 22 tackles for loss," Erby told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
The talented defender picked up his first offer this weekend when he traveled to Raleigh. "I went to North Carolina State this weekend. That's when they offered," said Erby.
When asked if he has any favorites, the blue-chip defender responded, "I really like North Carolina. I also like South Carolina and Clemson."
Erby will get more of a chance to show his skills on offense this season. "Yeah I will play both ways. I will be playing running back some on offense. I should get a chance to touch the ball more," said Erby.
The Rock Hill standout will play linebacker again next season, but he also hopes to play some safety. "I played linebacker this year and also played safety some. I will probably play safety in college.
"My strengths are my ability to see the field. I also like to hit. Next year I want to work on my footwork at safety."
Erby is also making plans for other visits this spring and summer. "I plan to go to South Carolina and Clemson for junior days. I plan to camp at Virginia Tech and Clemson this summer."
Don't expect an early decision from the Rock Hill defender. "I plan to wait until after my senior season. I want to see all the schools and stuff and see what they all have to offer," added Erby.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2006.
Erby Gets First Offer
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