Recruits Take In Spring Game

A host of recruits roamed the sideline at Saturday's spring game held at Groves Stadium in Winston-Salem.

A host of recruits attended Wake Forest's spring game Saturday at Groves Stadium just miles away from Wake Forest's campus.

On hand for the event were a over a dozen players -- including mostly from the state of North Carolina. While some players such as Connor Louden were unable to make the game, the following players were seen in attendance.

Brett Clay -- A quarterback at Jay M. Robinson HS in Concord, Clay is one of the better quarterbacks in the state this year. Clay has seen gametime on the varsity at Robinson since his freshman year.

Fenn Allen -- Allen is also a quarterback at at Jay M. Robinson HS in Concord, North Carolina. Although backing up Clay to start the season, Allen came on after an injury to Clay to have an impressive season at quarterback. Allen can also play wide receiver and also plays basketball at Robinson.

Cody White -- White is a RB/DB from Swain County High School. Although very small at this point, White has great speed and hits hard for a player his size. White ran for over 1300 yards as a junior.

Quinton Corry -- A cornerback from Dudley High in Greensboro, Corry received a good ammount of attention from the Wake coaches prior to the game on Saturday. Corry is a cornerback, running back, and returned kicks for Dudley this past season. Corry was accompanied at Wake by two other Dudley athletes -- Keith Thompson and Barry Ferrell.

Kendrick Hayes picked up 71 tackles as a junior for Southeast Raleigh. For his play, Hayes was named first team All-Conference as well as Academic All-Conference as a junior. Hayes is being recruited as a linebacker.

Other prospects seen in attendance included quarterback/athlete Robert Surratt of Episcopal High in Virginia and Adam Deese an offensive lineman from Scotland High School.


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