ARMYSPORTS.com continues to review this year's incoming freshman class by position. Army's defensive backs graduated longtime starters Donovan Travis, Donnie Dixon and lost cornerback Richard King to a suspension. Fortunately for Army fans, this year's incoming freshman class offers some immediate help from the United States Military Academy Prep School.
July 21, 2011
Spanaway, Washington (Bethel H.S.) star Isaac Winters is considered one of the top tailback/defensive back prospects in the Evergreen State. Winters has already picked up an offer from Army and is excited about the future of the West Point program. Read inside to find out about this great player who could be terrorizing opponents in Michie Stadium in the future.
July 8, 2009
SAMMAMISH, Wash. - Skyline hosted their 'Skills and Drills on the Hill' Passing League and Lineman Challenge, and there were a ton of teams and prospects that hit the Plateau to hone their games as they head into summer camps and workouts. Here's a team-by-team look at the players we spoke with, with updates on each.
June 16, 2009
Isaac Winters is a 5-foot-11, 175-pound running back/defensive back from Bethel High School in Spanaway, Wash., and it's been a good spring so far for the Bethel 'Big Three' of Winters, Anthony Meray and Happy Iona. Meray was recently offered by Air Force, and Iona just received an Oregon State offer to go with Washington State, Portland State and Idaho. Winters just joined the club.
June 9, 2009
WHETHER HE LINED up at d-tackle, defensive end, nose guard, it didn't matter last season. Coming from any angle his junior campaign, he still made a slew of plays in the backfield, and got to the quarterback a whole bunch. There's six-plus minutes of video inside that shows just that. Washington State has offered the player his prep coach describes as an athletic 220-pounder in a 280-pound body.
April 23, 2009