Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The blue-chip Blue Devil picked the Crimson Tide over Georgia.
Star Norcross High running back Alvin Kamara finally ended speculation on where he will attend college and play football. Georgia fans may not be happy about his decision. "It's been a long process," Kamara said during a live telecast of his announcement on ESPNU Wednesday afternoon. "Next season I'll be playing football at the University of Alabama." Kamara, ranked as the No. 2 running back in the nation by Rivals.com, led Norcross to the Class AAAAAA championship in the fall. Kamara's decision was the second dramatic National Signing Day announcement in Gwinnett County Wednesday. Earlier in the day, Grayson defensive end Robert Nkemdiche, the top overall prospect in the nation, chose Ole Miss over LSU and Florida. Check back with Patch …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Many reports expect Grayson's talented defensive end to choose family (Mississippi) on National Signing Day.
The college recruiting world will have to wait until the morning to find out where the nation’s No. 1 high school football played will attend college. With it be LSU or Ole Miss for Grayson’s Robert Nkemdiche? Got a take on where Robert Nkemdiche should play college football? Tell us in the comments below. The talented defensive end is expected to announce his decision after 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, live on ESPNU as part of the network’s National Signing Day coverage. Since Nkemdiche “de-committed” from Clemson last year, speculation has gone crazy over where he will share his football talents. Nkemdiche has more than 35,000 followers on Twitter, by the way, which shows the interest in the biggest decision of his life. His ride has …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Rivals.com predictors say Georgia and LSU football fans will be disappointed.
Update: It's Ole Miss for Nkemdiche Update: National Signing Day coverage on ESPNU will begin at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday with Robert Nkemdiche's live announcement. More than 20 Gwinnett County high-schoolers are expected to sign football scholarships with major programs on National Signing Day, Feb. 6. Based on commitments listed as of 2 p.m. Monday on Rivals.com, that’s a given fact. But the biggest question of the recruiting season — especially with SEC football fans — still needs to be answered. Who’s gonna land Nkemdiche and Kamara? If Rivals’ predictions are correct, Georgia and LSU fans will be disappointed on signing day. Gwinnett blue-chippers Robert Nkemdiche of Grayson and Alvin Kamara of Norcross won’t announce their decisions …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Alvin Kamara, the all-star running back for the Blue Devils, earned the honor of being on the second team offense.
Alvin Kamara, the all-star running back for Norcross High, was named to the second team offense on the MaxPreps 2012 All-American Football Team. "In leading the nation's No. 3 team, Kamara earned Class AAAAAA Player of the Year honors, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution," says the story by MaxPreps' Stephen Spiewak. "He rushed 303 times for 2,264 yards and 26 touchdowns." Read the full article on Norcross Patch. See also: Don’t miss any Norcross news. Subscribe to Norcross Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Alvin Kamara has led his Norcross High football team on to victory this season.
Tuesday, January 1
Norcross High running back Alvin Kamara has been named The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s all-classification player of the year. Kamara, a senior at Norcross, led the Blue Devils to victory in 2012 with an undefeated season of 15 wins. Read the full story on Norcross Patch. See also: Don’t miss any Norcross news. Subscribe to Norcross Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
What's up in Gwinnett Football: Norcross-Parkview is a Thursday night draw; Jacorey Lewis is Player of the Week; North Gwinnett, Mill Creek are impressive.
I lost count of the number of televised high school football games I came across while channel-surfing during the Labor Day weekend. It seems everyone has gotten in on the action. Fueled by the intense fan interest in college recruiting, high-school ball has emerged from community stadiums on Friday nights to regular programming several times a week. Is your favorite team playing a big game this week? Vote for Patch's Game of the Week by clicking here. If you count live-streaming on the Web, it's hard not to stumble over a game being shown. Gwinnett football has been a beneficiary of all the attention. We're barely into the season and Gwinnett teams have been featured on TV — from local stations to ESPN — at least five times. Thursday …