Dinwiddie features even more talent

Dinwiddie, Va. is home to already one prospect in 2009 that is receiving offers in linebacker Bradley Johnson. The school features more talent than just him as three other prospects are also getting noticed.
According to head coach Billy Mills, 6-foot-0, 195-pound quarterback Adam Morgan is another one to watch.
"He plays quarterback for us and is such a competitor with a great arm," he said. "He makes all the right throws and the tough throws that you'd love to see at the next level. He has great feet and runs the ball well. He's been our No. 1 or No. 2 rusher since he was a freshman. He's also a very tough kid."
Morgan threw for 2,305-yards, 33 touchdowns and 13 interceptions as a junior. He added 516-yards rushing and eight scores on the ground.
With the big season, schools are starting to take notice.
"A lot of schools are coming in to see him," he said. "I'm hoping they'll overlook he's just 6-feet. He could be very good in an offense similar to Kansas or Missouri. Adam makes so many plays moving around the pocket. He finds good windows and is the best quarterback I've had.
"Somebody is going to take a chance on him. He's going to have to do it at a one day camp. Already, Virginia Tech's Coach Cavanaugh has been by, Syracuse, Notre Dame, and a bunch from I-AA. He's a shoe in for I-AA, but I think there's going to be a school that'll take a chance on him at the Division I level."
According to Mills, Morgan isn't just a star player, but also a great person off the field as well.
"He's a coach's dream," he said. "He's constantly working to make himself better and is a captain. He does the right things in school too. He's got a 3.88 GPA and is always studying film."
Meanwhile, wide receiver Jerrell White is another name to watch. The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder hauled in 44 receptions for 669-yards and nine touchdowns last season.
"He is a tremendous athlete," he said. "I don't think there isn't a thing Jerrell couldn't excel at. He's our best basketball player, a great baseball player and just as good in football. He's smooth, has great field vision and can make people miss. He has some deceptive speed and was an all-state return guy last year.
"He is a game breaker. He's very tough in pressure situations and always steps up."
Rounding out the group is a massive 6-foot-6, 210-pound athlete, Sam Haskins.
"Sam has great speed especially with that size, a 4.6-second 40-yard dash," he said. "He also has a 35 to 40 inch vertical and is very athletic. He has great strength and can really block. I think people like what he does at receiver.
"Although, as a sophomore he was a defensive end for us and was a great pass rusher. He really knew how to get pressure."