2 Comments

  1. Quinton Watson
    August 13, 2011 @ 11:49 am

    Thanks Will,

    I appreciate the comments and the feature on your website. Josh continued to work hard his senior year and was selected to the All-star game. At the conclusion of the all-star game he was selected as the game’s MVP. After he graduated, he then went to Hargraves Military Prep for the fall semester to play and to showcase his abilities to a broader audience of schools in the SEC and ACC. Hargraves is heavily recruited by both conferences.

    Josh had a heck of a season with Hargraves and towards the middle of November he started getting offers from all of the teams from the ACC as well as LSU, UConn, and Kent State. He was recruited real hard by North Carolina, Florida State, and Clemson. Josh went to Clemson for a visit and fell in love with the school.

    He redshirted last season and is expected to see playing time on the defensive line this season. Thanks again for all your help!

    • Will Cummings
      August 13, 2011 @ 2:00 pm

      Quinton, thanks for the props but you, as a parent, made all the right moves for your son. From getting his highlights made and getting them out there, to facilitating his visits to summer camps and finally the clincher — sending him to prep school.

      This was an epic example of how a parent/guardian can influence their child’s career. Well done my friend!

      I pride myself in recognizing talent and I knew Josh had it! Nevertheless, no matter what I believe it is up to the athlete to realize his or her potential. Josh is doing just that! If he continues he will be in the NFL someday.