Devwah Whaley Receiving Varsity Offers

September 4, 2014

devwah-whaleyDevwah Whaley, a Bermuda-born American football player, has begun fielding offers from varsity teams, taking to Twitter in order to announce offers from the Texas Longhorns and the Tennessee Volunteers.

The talented player has continued to improve his game, recently rising to be ranked at number nine in his position as a sophomore running back, according to American sports network ESPN.

Coming with a long history of excellence in sports, particularly track and field, Mr. Whaley’s physical abilities are second-to-none in his age group, making him an attractive potential piece of the puzzle when it came to the success of the team that he played for during the 2014 season, Central High School of the 40th Division in Texas.

Before the 2014 season began, Central High School head coach Toby Foreman was very excited to have the young Bermudian on his roster.

“I’ve never had a freshman that looked like him. His potential, in my opinion, is unlimited,” Foreman told last year. “I’ve never had a kid get offered at that young of an age and I coached a first-round draft pick, two-time Pro Bowler.”

With Whaley’s skillset including incredible speed, stamina, and on-the-field intelligence, Foreman had planned to test him in a multitude of positions and situations in order to help the young player to narrow down where his talents will best serve his team at large, giving him the opportunity to better prepare for the rigorous challenges that lay ahead for him at University once he completes high school.

Given the offers that the young star is now receiving, that plan seems to have paid off.

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