Dudley DB Likes Deacs

While Greensboro (N.C.) Dudley High School heads into a transitional era with the changing of head coaches as well as dealing with the loss of three division I-A players, the Panthers will be forced to rely on a quartet of seniors to guide them through the upcoming season, none more important then two-way starter Quinton Corry.

Quinton Corry, who doubles as a wide receiver and defensive back for Dudley, translates to cornerback at the next level, where he is seeing a good bit of interest. The 5-foot-11, 155-pound athlete foresees that interest transforming into offers in the near future.

"I don't have any offers yet," remarked Corry. "But I think I will be getting some by the beginning of the school year. Wake Forest is probably the most likely."

It's hard to establish a leader or even a favorites lists this early in the process while lacking scholarship offers. However, Corry likes WFU's location and also the strong interest they have shown thus far.

"I like Florida State, Georgia, Wake Forest, and Florida," said Corry who has also seen interest coming from North Carolina and Duke. "Wake Forest is my leader though."

Corry attended the Demon Deacons' spring game this past March and plans to return to the Wake Forest campus this summer to camp. Additionally, Corry plans to camp at Florida State, Duke and Georgia.

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