SEN The Showdown Alumni Updates

Last year’s SEN the Showdown Camp seems like long ago but was successful for many recruits who participated. Recruits were able to showcase their skills and work with coaches that pushed them to give their best effort. Since this point these players went on to finish their High School career or further flourish at the […]

Last year’s SEN the Showdown Camp seems like long ago but was successful for many recruits who participated. Recruits were able to showcase their skills and work with coaches that pushed them to give their best effort. Since this point these players went on to finish their High School career or further flourish at the High School level. Now it is interesting to see what offers some of these recruits received since this event or achievements they received since their participation.

First to being with the Offensive MVP of the Showdown Offensive Lineman Tristan Leigh. The 4-star recruit as rated by 247sports.com is one of the best linemen in the DMV area. He is coming off a strong Junior season where he was named to 1st Team All-State in Virginia. He also won the Overall MVP at the All-American Combine he participated in back in early January. He has great size and is very mobile at his position and is the 1# lineman in Virginia. He has received several offers from big name schools including Florida State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Georgia, and Oregon to name a few of his 27 offers. He is a highly sought-after lineman recruit and should only increase interest with a strong coming senior year.

The next player to update on is Old Mill Wide Receiver Camron Winborne. Winborne has had a visit to Penn State, as he continues to observe his options down the road for College. He also in May took part in the US National Football Camp and was able to make it to the next level of the National team in the process. Making a name for himself on the National scene which is great. Winborne is on his way to making big moves in his still very young football career. With the big looks he is getting especially coming from a lesser covered region of the DMV that says a lot about his ability on the field.

Another player to look at is Mt. St. Joseph High School Defensive Lineman Tyler Leavy. Leavy won the Defensive MVP of the Showdown as the best defensive prospect in terms of performance. This young lineman plays well on the interior of the defensive line and showed during the camp why he is such a consistent disruptive force for his team during his high school career. He holds his schools record for most tackles in one season, while also performing well at the Crab Bowl where he recorded 3 sacks and 2 tackles for loss. In terms of offers for this talented young man he has offers from Merrimack College, Butler University, and Georgetown University. It will be interesting to see where this gifted young lineman ends up, wherever he ends up though will be pleased with the talent they are bringing in.

South River Quarterback David Foust received another college offer from Alderson Broaddus. This tall, big-armed QB has all the tools to succeed the at next level he just needs a chance. Foust currently has 4 offers under his belt thus far with likely more to come.

Now the final player to bring up as part of this group is Meade linebacker Oct’taviah Jenkins. For Jenkins he has received one offer from Cincinnati Christian University. This young linebacker after finishing up an underrated and quality career at Meade now is looking to make it to the next level. While with only one offer currently with the film that is out there on him more should be on its way. As he continues to put his great work ethic to good use to better his game he will grow into the 3-down linebacker he can become.

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