Hargrave 2005 Combine Results

There's a reason why over 200 college coaches flock to Chatham, Va. every year; Coach Robert Prunty's Hargrave Tigers are once again loaded with athletes. While the weather outside was ice and snow, the Tigers heated up the track on the indoor running surface, and legions of coaches were there to take in the action. Here are the results from yesterday's action.
December 6, 2005

Meet the 2005 Hargrave Tigers

If we included Prep Schools in the National Recruiting Rankings, Head Coach Robert Prunty's Hargrave Military Academy teams would be ranked in the Top 5 every year. This year is no different with nearly 20 committed players already on the roster.
August 14, 2005

Two signees can't enroll

Due to academic concerns, two of UT's talented West Tennessee football signees won't be playing for the Vols this fall
July 3, 2005

"I never committed to Memphis"

<a href="http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=177&p=8&cfg=null&c=1&nid=1739694"><b>Darius Myers</b></a> (OL, Cordova, TN) - Region 7 (5A)'s Player of the Year and the #6 Most Wanted prospect in Shelby County was misquoted by the Commercial Appeal, according to Darius Myers.<br> <br> &quot;I told some guy from the <i>Commercial Appeal</i> that I was ready, and then the next day I get up and look at their paper, and they said I committed.&quot;
January 28, 2005

Darius Myers' recruiting profile

<font size="2" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><a href="http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=177&p=8&cfg=null&c=1&nid=1739694"><b>Darius Myers</b></a> (OL, Cordova, TN) -</font> Shelby County's #6 Most Wanted prospect committed to Memphis two weekends ago after he took his official visit to the Tigers.<br> <br> This week, Darius will end his official visit tour with stops to Ole Miss (1/26 - 28) and Tennessee (1/28-30).<br>
January 26, 2005