Trio Headlines Dinwiddie’s 2011 Class

Dinwiddie High School (VA) made the Group AAA, Division 5 state championship game last season, but in 2009 head coach Billy Mills will have to replace a senior class that included seven college recruits including quarterback Adam Morgan (VMI), wide receiver Sam Haskins (Troy) and linebacker Bradley Johnson (Maryland). Coach Mills has some talent to play with, though, including three rising junior recruits.

The rising junior class is led by talented defensive tackle Corey Marshall , a 6-2, 260-pound prospect that has already garnered two verbal scholarship offers.

“Virginia told him Saturday they were going to offer in September,” Mills said. “Virginia Tech has already said he has an offer. Syracuse called me the other day and UNC has requested film.”

Marshall, who will be able to receive official scholarship offers at the beginning of his junior year, was a standout performer for the Generals in 2008. He has followed that up with impressive combine and camp performances.