Duke football recruits to enroll early
08/23/2014 8:07 PM
08/23/2014 8:08 PM
Football recruits defensive end Marquies Price and offensive tackle Reno Rosene have signed scholarship agreements to enroll at Duke in January 2015, upon completion of their respective high school seasons.
Price is a 6-foot-6, 220-pound native of Fort Valley, Ga., where he attends Peach County High School. During his junior year, he had 49 tackles and forced three fumbles while helping Peach County to eight wins and a berth in the state playoffs. Rated as the 62nd-best defensive end in the country by ESPN.com, Price is a 2014 preseason Class AAA all-state selection by the Georgia High School Football Daily.
Rosene, a 6-7, 325-pound native of Westlake Village, Calif., is scheduled to start along the offensive front for the fourth consecutive season at Oaks Christian High School. As a junior, he anchored an offensive line that helped Oaks Christian average 445 yards and 43.8 points per game. Rosene is a four-star recruit according to Rivals.com, listed as the No. 52 offensive tackle prospect in the country by 247Sports.
Raleigh Sports Club: UNC Wilmington basketball coach Kevin Keatts is the Raleigh Sports Club’s featured guest speaker on Wednesday.
The RSC will honor local high school student Adria Johnson, a volleyball standout from Broughton High, as the Student Athlete of the Week.
The Raleigh Sports Club weekly Wednesday luncheon meetings are from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Highland UMC, 1901 Ridge Road in Raleigh. Admission is $15 for members and $25 for guests. For details, go to www.raleighsportsclub.org.
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