Monday, January 30, 2012

Defensive Player Of Year Is Greg Johnson, January 8, 1971



By WAYNE STOKES
Sr. Sports Writer
Daily Commercial
January 8, 1971

Back At the typewriter after a great holiday season, it is a pleasure for this writer to start off the new year with the announcement of the 1970 Defensive Player Of The Year for our area.

This award goes to the outstanding defensive standout in area high school football circles and will be capped by a trophy presentation to be made at the football banquet coming up shortly.

The winner of the 1970 Defensive Player Of The Year Award is a young man who is known around state football circles as a bonafide blue chip college prospect.


Not only does the 1970 award winner have outstanding size, speed, and agility, (all prerequisites to greatness for a line star), but this young man will return in 1971 for his last year in a genuinely super career.

With credentials that read like this, the 1970 Defensive player of the year is Greg Johnson, Leesburg High School's rugged 6-5, 220 pound tackle who just might be the finest in the state, and yet he is only a junior.

Johnson averaged nine individual tackles, with six assists, in every ballgame that, Leesburg played during the 1970 campaign. In every game the opposing team tried to double team the cat-like junior but rarely with any noticeable success.


Beginning with the opening game of the year, a big win over DeLand, Johnson made his overwhelming presence on the field a big factor in the opponents game plan on offense. It became a widely shared secret among Leesburg opponents that to run at Greg Johnson was suicide, but against the pass the big lineman was just as effective.

After Leesburg's big victory over DeLand to open the season, the one big factor that led to the Bulldogs demise was the big play of Greg Johnson. The Bulldog coaching staff called Johnson the finest high school lineman they had ever watched and this just set the pattern for an outstanding year to follow.

Leesburg's coaching staff is agog at the prospects of having Johnson back in 1971, but in 1970 Greg Johnson is the Daily Commercial Defensive Player Of The Year.

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National Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012, January 25, 2012

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
Marvin Bracy of Boone High School signs with Florida State University, Victor Lewis of Lake Nona High School signs with Florida A&M University, D'Mauri Jones of Leesburg High School signs with University of Miami, and Taylor Oldham of Warner Christian signs with University of Central Florida.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
D'Mauri Jones of Leesburg High School signs with University of Miami, and Marvin Bracy of Boone High School signs with Florida State University.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
Noor Davis of Leesburg High School signs with Stanford University.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
Noor Davis of Leesburg High School signs with Stanford University.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
D'Mauri Jones and Noor Davis of Leesburg High School sign with University of Miami and Stanford University.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
D'Mauri Jones of Leesburg High School signs with University of Miami.

Signing Day Photo Shoot 2012

( JOSHUA C. CRUEY, ORLANDO SENTINEL / January 25, 2012 )
D'Mauri Jones and Noor Davis of Leesburg High School sign with University of Miami and Stanford University.


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Saturday, January 28, 2012

D'Mauri Jones To Visit The University Of Miami (FL) This Weekend, January 27, 2012




By Gerald Lacey
Staff Writer
Carver Heights Quarterback Club
January 27, 2012

LEESBURG - Leesburg (FL) High School WR and Cane commitment D'Mauri Jones is set to visit Miami this weekend. It will be Jones only official visit during recruiting season and he is firmly committed to Miami.

"I'm just looking for that good bond with the rest of the team," Jones said. "I'll just have a good time with them and my family. I'm coming with my mom, two younger sisters and my girlfriend."


Miami Head Coach Al Golden and Wide Receivers Coach George McDonald were in Leesburg recently to watch Jones in a basketball game against Gainesville High School. Miami Hurricanes football coach Al Golden got off to a fast start in recruiting last year, and rumors are he has really hit his stride after his first season. It's rumored that the Hurricanes will have a top 10 class when signing day rolls around on Feb. 1, and they already seem to have a full class, although they'll be looking to upgrade in coming weeks.

"I talked to coach (Al) Golden," Jones said. "He was saying he can't wait for me to get down there. He came to one of my basketball games and enjoyed himself. He came by the house, too - we went to get food. He's very down to earth, a very funny dude. We click on all cylinders. He tells me what's real."

"I can't wait for him to start coaching me."

University of Miami Head Coach Al Golden
Jones will help with uncommitted recruits while he visiting this weekend. Jones is already fully qualified so he will be able to participate in Fall drills with the rest of the team.

"I'll talk to them about how it's a nice school, a private school, a $55,000 education, how the football program is nice, how everyone wants you to succeed not just in football but as a person," he said.

Jones is very excited about National Signing Day and the recognition that it will bring to Coach Randy Trivers football program. Signing day is less than a week away and Jones plans no surprises he is firmly committed to the "U".

"It's new to my school, so it's a big deal," Jones said. "We had someone go to Kentucky (Danny Trevathan) four years ago, but other than that me and him are the only Division I prospects that have come through."

Listen live on my790am or www.my790am.com Saturday February 4, 2012.

D'Mauri Jones will make his second appearance on the Lake County Sports Show in 2012 along with Former Leesburg High School Standout and NFL player Greg Johnson February 4, 2012 at 12:00 P.M. 

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Jones Has Chance To Start At The "U", January 28, 2012

Receiver wide-open position for Miami Hurricanes

Miami is looking to add six recruits at wide receiver to its roster on National Signing Day.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/01/27/2612402/receiver-wide-open-position-for.html#storylink=cpy

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Miramar receiver Malcolm Lewis can’t wait until Wednesday. 

Sure, National Signing Day is going to be pretty cool — especially if Lewis’ best friend and teammate, All-American cornerback Tracy Howard decides to spurn Florida and Florida State and follow him to the University of Miami. 

But Lewis said he’s really more anxious about the package he’s supposed to receive in return from the Hurricanes once he faxes over his signed letter of intent. 

“Once I sign, I’m supposed to get my workout and diet plans from UM, as well as a study guide, so I can learn things like plays, get familiar with what they do so I’m ready to go once I get there,” said Lewis, an All-Broward First Team selection by The Miami Herald who is ranked the 20th-best high school senior receiver in the country by ESPN.com.

“There’s never been an opportunity like this before [at UM] — so many open spots. I have to come in ready before we all get thrown in the fire.”

The Hurricanes, coming off a 6-6 season and facing looming NCAA sanctions, have a lot of needs — receiver high among them. With only four scholarship receivers on the roster (junior Allen Hurns, senior Kendall Thompkins and sophomores Phillip Dorsett and Rashawn Scott), UM is set to add six new names on Wednesday: Lewis, Palm Beach Central’s Angelo Jean-Louis, Homestead’s Herbert Waters, Leesburg’s D’Mauri Jones, Jontavious Carter of Crisp County High in Cordele, Ga. and Fork Union Military Academy’s Robert Lockhart, a former standout at West Boca Raton High before heading to prep school.


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Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/01/27/2612402/receiver-wide-open-position-for.html#storylink=cpy


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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Florida, FSU and Miami thrive despite losing in-state recruits, January 26, 2012



For example, since the state lacks an elite quarterback prospect, Florida State pursued the dual-threat signal-caller Winston. Since Florida's only Rivals100 linebacker, Leesburg's Noor Davis, left for Stanford, the Seminoles landed Ukeme Eligwe (No. 47) of Stone Mountain (Ga.) and the Gators secured Antonio Morrison (No. 204) of Bolingbrook (Ill.).

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Where USC's 2012 recruiting class stands (Defense Noor Davis) January 22, 2012


Linebacker

This is pretty much solidified. The Trojans have the two best in-state linebackers committed, and one of them already on campus in Scott Starr (Norco, Calif./Norco). Jabari Ruffin (Downey, Calif./Downey) is considered a solid commit.

They had been in on Noor Davis (Leesburg, Fla./Leesburg), and he was the school's first official visitor of the 2011 season, but he committed to Stanford early in the process and remains strong in that commitment.

It has been reported that USC also has an offer out to four-star outside 'backer Deaysean Rippy (McKees Rocks, Pa./Sto Rox). 

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Recruiting: Updated statewide football chart (Jan. 13th) - Central Florida News 13



FOOTBALL RECRUITING CLASS OF 2012
(Total 251/State Schools 77, As of Jan 13th)

FLORIDA (19-9)DB Willie Bailey, 6-0/180, Hallandale; DL Jonathan Bullard, 6-5/255, Shelby (N.C.) Crest; OL Jesseman Dunker, 6-6/315, Boca Raton (transfer from Lithonia, Ga.); DL Damien Jacobs, 6-4/290, Scooba (Miss.) East Mississippi JC/Gray (La.) Bourgeois; KS Austin Hardin, 5-11/200, Atlanta (Ga.) Marist; OL B.J. Humphries, 6-6/275, Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek; RB Matt Jones, 6-3/220, Seffner Armwood; DB Rhaheim Ledbetter, 5-11/185, Shelby (NC) Crest; OL JaFar Mann, 6-4/290, Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson; DB Marcus Maye, 6-1/195, Melbourne Holy Trinity; LB Antonio Morrison, 6-3/220, Boilingbrook (Ill.); DL Dante Phillips, 6-6/275, Venice; ATH Latroy Pittman, 6-2/202, Citra North Marion; CB Brian Poole, 5-11/178, Bradeton Southeast; LB Jeremi Powell, 6-2/205, Pinellas Park; OL/DL Visesio "Junior" Salt, 6-3/340, Walnut (Cal.) Mt. San Antonio CC/Sandy (Ut.);TE Kent Taylor, 6-5/220, Land O'Lakes; DE Colin Thompson, 6-5/255, Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood Catholic; DL Quinteze Williams, 6-4/295, Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek

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D'Mauri Jones National Signing Day Coverage, January 26, 2011

HurricaneSports.com Will Have Live Wall-To-Wall Signing Day Coverage


CORAL GABLES, Fla.--With what is projected to be one of the best signing classes in the country, the University of Miami will again provide live video coverage and social media fan interaction on Signing Day. The coverage will begin early on the morning on Feb. 1. From the moment the first National Letter of Intent (NLI) comes through the fax machine, HurricaneSports.com and will have exclusive minute-by-minute coverage of one of the most anticipated days of the off-season.




The video team on HurricaneSports.com will have a live, breaking news feed open all-day with longtime Miami radio personalities Don Bailey Jr. and Joe Zagacki. As soon as an NLI is officially approved, DBJ and Joe Z will interview the assistant coach that recruited the student-athlete, as well as his future position coach.

HurricaneSports.com’s Amy Audibert will be the point person on bonus coverage on the Canes All Access UStream feed that will provide social media engagement, including live video chats with UM assistant coaches, football players and more.

The all-day coverage will build up to head coach Al Golden’s first comments on the signing class during his press conference at 4 p.m. Eastern. 

University of Miami (FL) Football Head Coach Al Golden (left) 2012 University of Miami (FL) Football commit D'Mauri Jones (middle) and Wide Receivers Coach George McDonald at the Gainesville vs. Leesburg Basketball game recently on the campus of Leesburg High School.


Below is a complete rundown of all the day’s coverage:

- Full, start-to-finish LIVE VIDEO coverage through Canes All-Access (the video portal on HurricaneSports.com)
- BONUS COVERAGE through UStream, including exclusive interviews and live video chats with online fans
- Integration with Facebook.com/MiamiHurricanes
- All-Day LIVE CHAT on HurricaneSports.com with an integrated video feed from Ustream
- Breaking news through Twitter.com/HurricaneSports
- Full length, FREE HIGHLIGHTS on all signees on HurricaneSports.com
- Bio, photos and more on the newest members of the Canes Family on HurricaneSports.com and Facebook.com/MiamiHurricanes
- Tweet or Facebook your questions and have the assistant coaches and players answer live for you.

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Leesburg Talking To Johnson, April 3, 1992

Ohs Football Coach Applies At Alma Mater

April 03, 1992|By Frank Carroll Of The Sentinel Staff
KISSIMMEE — Greg Johnson, Osceola High's football coach since 1988, said Thursday he will interview for a coaching vacancy at Leesburg High, his alma mater.

Leesburg Principal James Polk's interview with Johnson, the Kowboys' head coach since 1988, is scheduled for Monday.
 
Johnson is among 15 candidates for the vacancy created when Leesburg coach Ken Weir resigned last month after three seasons to take over at Martin County High School in Stuart.

Polk, who says there is no leading candidate for the job, is accepting applications through April 10. Finalists will be screened by a search committee, which is scheduled to narrow the field to four by April 13. Polk, who was assistant principal when Johnson attended Leesburg, hopes to announce the Yellow Jackets' new coach before spring practice next month.

Friends in Leesburg have been lobbying Johnson to return, Johnson said. His mother still lives there.

''Twenty years ago, I was being recruited to leave Leesburg,'' the former All-State lineman said. ''Twenty years later, I'm being recruited to come back.''



But that still doesn't mean Johnson will leave Osceola. Earlier this year he rejected an offer to join Gene McDowell's staff as the University of Central Florida's defensive line coach.

''I'm very happy at Osceola. I'm not looking to leave,'' Johnson said. ''Osceola High and Kissimmee have treated me and my family fairly, and we're committed to the community. But, because of circumstances, it's worth sitting down and listening to what those people have to say. If it wasn't Leesburg, I wouldn't give it a second thought.''

Johnson, 38, joined Osceola's staff as an assistant in 1984 and became the Kowboys' head coach when Mike Vogt resigned after two seasons.

Osceola, 26-18 under Johnson, was a Class AAA state semifinalist in 1990 and has been involved in postseason competition three of the past four seasons.

''We'd hate to lose Greg,'' said Chuck Paradiso, Osceola's principal. ''He's a fine teacher, a positive role model for the kids and a good coach.''

Johnson, with a bachelor's degree and 10 years of teaching experience, last season collected a $3,056 coaching supplement on top of a $25,900 annual salary.

His wife, Linda, a librarian at Neptune Middle School, will play an important role in the decision.
''She's very happy here,'' Johnson said. ''I must consider what's advantageous for me and my family.

''There are fringe benefits to consider,'' he said. ''That's why I'm going to listen.''
A two-time (1970-71) All-State lineman for Leesburg, Johnson was a three-year starter for Florida State University.

The Philadelphia Eagles' fifth-round pick in the 1976 NFL draft, Johnson was traded to Baltimore and played with the Colts a year before signing with Tampa Bay, where he scored a touchdown in the franchise's first victory in 1977.


After two seasons with Winnipeg in the Canadian Football League, injuries helped lead to Johnson's 1979 decision to retire.

Johnson coached two years as an assistant at Jacksonville Episcopal before joining Osceola's staff in 1984.

Until Johnson submits a resignation, Paradiso has no plans to look for a replacement.

''At this point, we don't know if Greg is simply taking a look-see, or if there's more to it,'' he said. ''Until we know what Greg is going to do we're not making any plans.''

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Trevathan To Play In Players All Star Classic, January 26, 2012



LEESBURG - Former Jackets standout Danny Trevathan will play in The Players All-Star Classic on February 4, 2012. Little Rock, Arkansas - The Players All-Star Classic a new college football all-star game will be played at War Memorial Stadium at 3pm EST on February 4th, 2012. The roster will spilt in a North-South format and be made up of a collection of talented players from all levels of college football who are rated as prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft. Prospects from the roster of a similar game played last year currently boasts over 60 NFL players; the game has agreed to a multi-year deal with War Memorial Stadium.

The Players All-Star Classic, a college football all-star game that will be played at War Memorial Stadium, AT&T Field in Little Rock, Arkansas at 4pm EST on February 4th, 2012

Trevathan also capped his career as one of the best defenders in program history. Trevathan led the Southeastern conference in tackles for the second-consecutive season and ended his career at No. 10 on UK’s career tackles list. Below are some his accomplishments while playing at the University Of Kentucky. 

  • All-America first team by CollegeFootballNews.com (2010)
  • All-America fourth team by Phil Steele's College Football (2010)
  • All-SEC first team by SEC coaches, Associated Press, Phil Steele's College Football, CollegeFootballNews.com (2010)
  • All-SEC second team by Rivals.com (2010)
  • SEC Defensive Player of the Week for the Louisville game (2010)
  • UK Most Improved Defensive Player by UK coaches (2009)
Became the first linebacker in Kentucky history to earn first-team All-America honors

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