Always competitive in the Concorde district, Centreville High School promises to be no different in the 2005 season. Head coach Mike Skinner noted five key rising seniors, one of which has received two Division 1-A scholarship offers. All five of these players will be third year starters next season and hope to help Centreville improve upon a 7-4 2004 campaign.
Manning an offensive tackle spot is 6-4, 250-pound Beau Warren. Warren, whose brothers Blake and Brett are both on football scholarships at Virginia Tech, has received Division 1-A offers of his own.
“He’s been offered by Syracuse and Virginia Tech,” Skinner said. “North Carolina’s interested and so is Duke.”
Skinner expects Warren to get a little bit taller and to be able to put on 50 more pounds of weight in college.
“Well, I think he’s definitely an offensive lineman on the next level and he’s probably a tackle,” Skinner said. “He’s got long arms and he’ll be a 300-pounder within two years. He’s probably going to end up being 6-5. He’s probably going to be a good one because he’s pretty athletic.”
Warren seems likely to make an early decision, as there are three schools in particular he has heavy interest in. Virginia Tech is one of them.
“He’s limited his decision to about three or four schools, so I’m sure he’s going to make an early decision,” Skinner said. “He turned down some other schools.
“He really likes Syracuse, Virginia Tech and North Carolina. He has two brothers who go to Virginia Tech, so I’d imagine they’d be there but he hasn’t said to me who his favorite is. He went to Syracuse a couple of weeks ago, he’s been to Virginia Tech a couple of times and he’s going to UNC next Friday. I assume when he comes back from there, me and him will sit down and he’ll give me a clue as to which one is his favorite.”
At quarterback, Dudzik is adept at passing as well as running. Although he didn’t rack up the rushing numbers, Dudzik is an effective runner.
“Everybody likes him,” Skinner said. “He’s 6-1 and that’s the only negative. He weighs 190 pounds. He runs well. He went to the [Elite] combine in New Jersey and he ran a 4.59. He threw for 1800 yards and 26 touchdowns last year. He’s a very good player...
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