#25. Virginia Cavaliers

The Virginia Cavaliers  capitalized on the success of a very good season on the recruiting trail. Head coach Mike London led the Cavaliers to big wins over teams like Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Miami. However he didn’t have the athletes on the field to compete with teams like Virginia Tech and Auburn. That is why this class of ’12 was crucial for the Virginia Cavaliers.

Getting athletes however, was exactly what they did. Their top prospect in Quarterback Greyson Lambert out of Georgia. Lambert is our second best quarterback for the class of ’12. He enrolled early for the spring, and will be hoping for playing time this upcoming season. At 6’5”, 200 lbs, Lambert has the size, and tools to be a great one.

The Cavaliers also landed several studs on the defensive side of the football. Linebacker/Defensive End Eli Harold is the top player in the state of Virginia, and will be getting early playing time. At 6’3, 225 lbs, he has the size to play either spot. Inside linebacker Kwontie Moore is another one of the very talented players in this class. At 6’1”, 235 lbs, Moore is also physically ready to step in and play right away. 

Safety Demetrie Brim is our fourth highest rated player in this class.  Brim is an exceptional athlete and we believe he will end up as one of the better safeties to come out of Virginia. Hyattsville (Md.) Defensive End Michael Moore will also be pretty good at Virginia. Moore, 6’5”, 255 lbs, is plenty big enough and comes from a high school known for having freakish athletes.

Offensive Lineman Sean Karl and Athlete Maurice Canady are also very talented players, that could have huge careers at Virginia.

Top Recruit: QB Greyson Lambert 

’12 GA QB Greyson Lambert

’12 PA QB Matt Johns

’12 VA WR Mario Nixon

’12 MA WR Canaan Severin

’12 VA OL Andre Miles-Redmond

’12 PA OL Michael Mooney

’12 NY OL Sean Karl

’12 NJ DE Max Valles

’12 MD DE Michael Moore

’12 VA LB Kwontie Moore

’12 VA LB Eli Harold

’12 FL S Demeitre Brim

’12 VA ATH Maurice Canady

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