Anthony Shegog is North Stafford (Stafford, VA) football’s Mr. Versatility. Running back, wide receiver, safety, cornerback, linebacker, rush end, kick and punt returner… positions the 6’2″, 205-pound standout played at one point or another in his junior season. Shegog’s do-everything role has not changed much in his senior year, and he continues to produce.
Here are some of the Virginia Tech-bound prospect’s notable accomplishments through six games this season:
– A 97-yard touchdown run in North Stafford’s season opening win against Potomac. He finished the game with 133 yards rushing on 16 carries.
– 32-yard fumble return for a touchdown in a win over Riverbend
– 65-yard punt return for a touchdown in a win over Brooke Point
– At least five catches for 116 yards, including one game where he had two receptions for 69 yards
– Two forced fumbles
Most importantly, Shegog has come through in the biggest situations. In addition to a stellar rushing performance the season opener, he came up with a forced fumble in the fourth quarter while Potomac was driving for a potential game-tying score (read the full game write-up here).
“In some games when he’s not doing much, all of the sudden he’ll make a play when we need it,” said North Stafford head coach Joe Mangano, whose team is 5-1. “Like this year against Potomac. Their quarterback broke out on Anthony’s side, and not only did he tackle him but he stripped him and we recovered.”
Virginia Tech defensive backs coach Torrian Gray spoke with Mangano in recent weeks about Shegog. According to the Wolverines coach, Gray said...
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