North Palm Beach (Fla.) The Benjamin School three-star wide receiver Micah Mays has announced his commitment to Wake Forest. Mays is the No. 532 overall recruit and No. 80 wide receiver in the 2023 cycle, according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
Benjamin standout receiver Micah Mays is "1,000 percent committed" to Wake Forest as of a Sunday afternoon Twitter announcement. The three-star announced his commitment to the Demon Deacons with a video thanking God, his family, teammates, coaches, and teachers. In the self-edited video, Mays sheds his Bucs football pullover to...
It’s safe to say Vanderbilt safety Brendon Harris is adjusting well to the culture at Wake Forest. When I asked him late in our interview Friday morning about squaring.
Winston-Salem — WLOS -- Last year the Wake Forest mantra was "good to great" and by most accounts the Demon Deacons did that. They went from a 4-and-5 overall record in 2020 to making the ACC championship game and winning the Gator Bowl in convincing fashion last season. Now,...
Former college roommates are close to claiming consecutive PGA Tour Rookie of the Year awards and continuing an impressive run for Wake Forest on Tour. Teammates during their time at Wake Forest, Will Zalatoris notched the award last year and this year, Cameron Young, 25, is the clear front-runner. In...
Tuesday evening, Davin Cosby announced through 336Edits that he was transferring to play his senior season of high school basketball at Word Of God Christian Academy.
Wake Forest receiver Donavon Greene chatted with the media Monday morning after finishing his first fall camp practice in nearly two years, missing last year's camp after a.
Always on the hunt to add players to their electric offense, Wake Forest struck again, this time adding 2023 Loomis Chaffee Prep School (Windsor, CT) running back David Egbe to their class. Egbe held offers from Army, Brown, Columbia, Harvard, Umass, Penn, Princeton, Yale, and others. The 5-10, 195 pound...
Wake Forest is three days away from starting fall camp ahead of arguably the most important season in school history. While we're always aware of the best players wanting to get better and propel this team forward, there are always crucial battles that need to play out as camp rolls on.
Four-star, top-100 guard from Word Of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, N.C.) Freddie Dilione just wrapped up an official visit at Wake Forest and was impressed by what he witnessed in Winston-Salem. “I got to see around campus, and it was really nice,” Dilione said. “I got to meet all the...
Manvel (Manvel, TX) High School 2023 guard Jamari McDowell continued opening eyes on the Under Armour Circuit, ranking as one of the standout performers last week by 247Sports’ Director of Scouting Adam Finkelstein. “He is long and athletic with a solid frame that is only going to continue filling...
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Inching ever so closely to football season, the 2022 ACC Preseason Poll was released to day with 164 total votes. With no surprise, Clemson and Miami were picked to meet in the ACC Championship game, and Clemson was picked to come out the victor. NC State picked up 44 votes to win the Atlantic, proceeded by Wake with 6, Florida State with 2, and Boston College with 1.
Clearwater Central Catholic (Fl.) standout Andy Jaffe got a bit of a surprise on Friday when the Wake Forest coaching staff gave him a call. "I don't recall ever really speaking with any of the coaches," Jaffe told Demon Deacon Digest on Friday evening. "One time (linebackers) coach (Glenn) Spencer came down to the school and I said maybe four words to him. The conversation between me and the coaches was great. Started off with the offer then how I’m doing in school, at home, and with summer workouts. They're recruiting me as a safety"