The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: 2019 Recruits and National Championships

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1) How do you feel about the current top 10 in-state recruits for 2019? – MBHokie90

Chris Coleman: Considering that right now we don’t even know exactly what the top 10 will look like, it’s hard to say.  The recruiting services have barely even begun to rank players for the 2019 class.  The top players in the country are ranked, but it’s not close to being done.  For example, when I look up the top in-state recruits for 2019 on the 247 network, only eight players appear.  So it’s really too early to do any kind of an analysis.

Nonetheless, I’ll take a crack at those top eight on 247.  Here’s the list…

1: Ah’Shawn Moore, LB, Indian River, Chesapeake
2: Devyn Ford, RB, North Stafford, Stafford
3: Ben Smiley, DT, Indian River, Chesapeake
4: Brendon Clark, QB, Manchester, Midlothian
5: Litchfield Ajavon, ATH, Episcopal, Alexandria
6: Cam’Rom Kelly, CB, Oscar Smith, Chesapeake
7: Brandon Smith, DE, Louisa County, Mineral
8: Tayvion Land, CB, Bishop Sullivan, Virginia Beach

First I’d like to point out that it’s a very good thing that two of the top three players are from Indian River.  That’s where Devon Hunter and Tavante Beckett played their high school football.  Smiley is considered a pretty heavy Tech lean early in the process.  The Hokies are also in good shape with Moore.  In general,