He measured 5-11 and 169 pounds with an impressive 4.44 shuttle and 4.56 forty. He has the size and speed to play on either side of the ball in college.
"I had 44 tackles and three interceptions last year on defense," said Nabritt. "I returned one of those for a touchdown. I also had seven catches for 112 yards and averaged 28 yards per kick off return. I haven't gotten and offers yet, but I've been getting letters from Louisville, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Clemson, and Kentucky."
Nabritt has visited one of those schools several times already, and he names a Top 3 among his favorites.
"I went to Georgia Tech for their spring game. I got to tour with Coach Wilson to see the facilities. I also got a chance to talk with Coach Gailey for just a second. I also went to Georgia Tech for Junior Day. I was invited to Louisville for their spring game, but I couldn't make it. Georgia Tech, Clemson and Vanderbilt are my three favorites right now."
What does Nabritt like about each of his favorites?
"Georgia Tech has great academics, and I have family in Atlanta. I like Clemson's pre-game ritual of touching the rock and running down the hill. Vanderbilt also has great academics and a great student athlete graduation rate."
Nabritt and his Westport team begin spring practice next week, and he has a good idea of what he is looking for in a school.
"I'll definitely be going both ways at wide receiver and defensive back. I'm looking at academics and playing time in a school."
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