"I had 48 tackles, 3 for losses, 2 interceptions, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery as a defensive back and 3 catches for 180 yards as a wide receiver." said Nabritt
One game of note was against 5-A Buchholz High School (West Port is 3-A). In that game Nabritt was called on to play both starting receiver and defensive back. Nabritt finished that game with 3 catches for 180 yards and one touchdown and 9 tackles. Nabritt's longest catch in that game spanned 70 yards.
After the season Nabritt was selected to the All-District team as a defensive back.
Nabritt stated to VandyMania that he is looking for good coaching and a staff that brings out the best in its players. He shared some positive observations of the Vandy staff from when he camped at Vanderbilt over the summer.
"You want to play for somebody that is going to motivate you and make you work hard and bring the best out of you, like coach (Bobby) Johnson for Vandy. I met coach Bryant at the Vanderbilt camp I went to in June, he's a very no-nonsense guy, and that's what I like. He'll bring the best out in you. I learned some things from him that day. . . I just want to know that when I graduate I have no regrets," commented the outstanding defender.
What makes Nabritt an outstanding player?
"I'd say it's that I'm a playmaker. The things that make me a playmaker are my speed, my intelligence, and my physical ness. I am very physical."
Nabritt performed well at the Scout.com combine in Jacksonville, Fla. He was able to achieve a 4.56 forty run time despite having run in a state track meet the day prior. Nabritt also camped at Georgia Tech where he netted a 4.43 forty time.
An outstanding student, Nabritt sports a 3.7 GPA and is fully qualified.
Nabritt is primarily being recruited as a defensive back. Schools showing interest in Nabritt include Wake Forest, Florida, South Florida, Central Florida, Vanderbilt, Tampa Southern, Furman and Wofford.
Nabritt has no offers but hopes to get one. In our opinion, he should be getting one soon.