Friday, September 28, 2012

Davidson Day WR Jordan Brown gets offer from Duke

Junior receiver Jordan Brown was offered a scholarship by Duke this week. Quarterback Will Grier was invited to the 2014 U.S. Army All-America game and the 2013 Under Armor All-American Combine in Florida.

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Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/09/27/3561468/high-school-football-gameday.html#storylink=cpy

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great news Jordan and family. Fine young man!! Not a bad track athlete either :)

Anonymous said...

Why can't any of the other Davidson Day kids have the spotlight without saying something about the QB or coach. Please let this young man enjoy HIS moment. Good Job Jordan

Anonymous said...

Why can't any of the other Davidson Day kids have the spotlight without saying something about the QB or coach. Please let this young man enjoy HIS moment. Good job Jordan

Anonymous said...

wonder who said this ^^^^

Anonymous said...

QB...overated!!!! Daddy ball

Anonymous said...

Jordan I know your family is proud Keep up the good work. On another note more accolades for the QB huh? How did he get mention in article about Jordan?

As far as more accolades for the QB. Lets be honest for minute. I will say what no one wants to say. When your father is a daddy baller+ your not playing anyone+ you've been reclassed several times and your older than seniors = you suppose to put up those number.

It should be a *right beside any of those accolades.

Anonymous said...

who takes the time to post 6 comments about a simple announcement.? This guy lives to bash DD,the coach and the QB. What a loser. Get a life dude.

Anonymous said...

to the "hater". I know the Brown family much better then you. I know them to be very happy with their school,coach and teammates. Your comments are both hateful and inaccurate. Please keep them to yourself.

Anonymous said...

nice work Jordan!
What's with the "daddy ball" guy? I've seen this remark several times following DD write ups. Over rated? Is that a joke? QB invited to Under Armour Combine,1st pick for Army All American game. I don't think schools like Florida,Tennessee,Michigan,Oregon etc..offer scholarships to kids based on stats they read in the paper. Get a clue. Maybe you should consider that there are several other kids on that team getting significant college attention as a result of visits to watch QB. That's a good thing.

Anonymous said...

Please save the accolades and how many schools have offered him. The fact is the kid has been reclassied (only God knows)how many times. He's older than most kids that our seniors. Factor his age with the fact that he does not play any real competition.

Now picture Butler QB being held back a year or 2 and then being coached by his daddy who custom all the plays to his strength while playing the lowest level ball you can play in the state. Exactly!!!

The kid has never don't nothing outside of his daddy's control and marketing.

Anonymous said...

so I guess that makes him 20 years old? Get your facts straight. You actually nailed it. Coach calls plays to utilize their strength, which is his right arm and the hands of his receivers. What COACH wouldn't do that? I don't think that has anything to do with dad. You are a very jealous person and your comments are stupid. Get over it.

Anonymous said...

can't wait to here what the qb hater has to say about Coach McNulty's comments today...

Anonymous said...

maybe that would mean the butler qb would have more tattoos and earrings by then?

Anonymous said...

sounds like this guy had a son that got beat out of a starting spot. those are some cheap shots. That QB would start anywhere and if he played at Mallard Creek his #'s would be even more staggering. I'm sure any coach would love to have him. Wish I could have played for my dad. That would have been very cool.

Anonymous said...

Qb transferred to a private school and repeated 9th grade. Isn't that a common practice? Even God knows that.

Anonymous said...

No cheap shots just facts and I don't have kids. What I do have is common sense. You take a reclassed kid that plays low level football and is coached by his father this is what you get. A bunch of fluffed up numbers. You guys are a complete joke.

And as far as your QB playing at Mallard Creek or Butler keep dreaming. The fact is the kid has never done nothing against any high level comp.

How is your QB a Junior but older than Butler QB and he's a senior?

Please that reclassing stuff is a joke and we all know why you all do.

Anonymous said...

Will is 17. Riley is 18. Does that make sense to you? Jerk. Go away. You're the one that didn't get to play because Will beat you out. Clown.

Anonymous said...

“He’s got a great arm,” Mallard Creek coach Mike Palmieri said of Grier. “He can make all the throws. He looked really impressive and he can really throw it around, man. He has one of the best arms in the state.”

…hey kid looks like the Mallard Creek coach would like him to play over there.

Anonymous said...

ahhhhh the "daddy ball" guy. I've seen his posts before. Real mental heavy weight.

Anonymous said...

“We challenged our offensive line and our running backs to come up big,” Providence Day coach Bruce Hardin said. “And they did. We wanted to control tempo. It’s hard for a big-time quarterback to score if he’s on the sidelines.”

…here's another quote from a big time former "public school" coach

Anonymous said...

Davidson (N.C.) Day 2014 quarterback Will Grier was one of the first stops on the recruiting trail for Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease Monday morning.

A Top247 rising junior quarterback from Davidson, N.C., received a scholarship offer from Tennessee on Wednesday following an impressive performance at the Vols' camp.

Notre Dame can’t have much direct contact with Will Grier at this point, but the Irish have made their interest in the 2014 North Carolina quarterback known.

The Michigan coaching staff hit the road on Monday, visiting 2014 four-star quarterback Will Grier.

The kid understands the little things required to be a big-time quarterback. He has great instincts and is decisive when running or passing.

He attended the South Carolina game last Saturday and liked what he saw. Steve Spurrier and Grier would chime in Columbia.

Davidson Day’s Will Grier, a junior, was the first quarterback invited to play in the prestigious 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Tex.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the nation’s premier high-school football game, featuring the country’s top 90 seniors in an East vs. West format every January in the Alamodome and broadcast live on NBC-TV.

….guess there a few coaches out there that don't share the same sentiments as "daddy baller". Dream on…whatever.

Anonymous said...

Daddy Baller you should make sure you have your facts straight before proclaiming "facts". You should not make silly claims such as you have "common sense". You have neither facts nor common sense. Everything you have written is false. Nothing you have said is true and it makes no sense that you actually take the time to write things that are not based on facts. What you should really write is that you have a severe jealous streak that drives you to post ridiculous comments. That would be based on fact and would make complete sense coming from you. A mathematical formula for you would look something like this…oh wait did you understand the whole 17-18 year old thing? obviously not so I better not go there. Go post some comments in a WWF chat room. You have no business commenting on high school athletics,or anything related to football for that matter.

Anonymous said...

hey daddy baller we would be interested in hearing how you would run the offense at DD. You clearly favor taking the ball out of the hands of the 25 year old all american QB. Wouldn't want him to post any glittery statistics on your watch. You suggest running the wildcat all night with some of the receivers? bunch of fumble rooskies to the right guard? As you stated earlier you are opposed to a coach running plays that favor the strength of the team. Please share. Perhaps you are what is needed. Next year they could rotate Butler,Mallard Creek each week. just play those guys. What do you think? Get some kid some "fluffy numbers",but make sure he's not related to you. that would be considered DADDY BALL!!! And you are the DADDY BALL PATROL. You ARE the daddy ball guy aren't you? I've seen you post that at least 5 times after articles on these guys. you are such a dork.

Anonymous said...

I made sure I didn't responded to these pointless post until after you all got smashed. The only accolade I'm concern with is the final score.

56 to 14 Country Day.Exactly!! Name all the accolades you want it's all hype because last time I checked the kid has not done nothing against any comp. Actions speak louder than words.

Keep posting the accolades I know it must make you feel better. You guys are a complete joke!!!

Anonymous said...

I think I'll go with the opinion of legendary Coach Bob Witman as stated in the last few sentences of the article in CO today. He's probably seen a few more games then you. You spend a lot of time taking personal shots at kids on the internet. You must be proud of your actions. You are a complete loser. "daddy baller" strikes again! Nice post today. What are your intentions?

Anonymous said...

I'm a PD parent. DD QB does not have to prove himself to anyone,especially the clown that thinks he's over rated. 1 guy can't beat 11. Applaud DD for scheduling PD,CCDS and Latin. 3 best private schools in the state in the same year...That's ambitious. Ignore ignorance.

Anonymous said...

I doubt that last post was from a PD parent. A post at 5:09 and another at 5:21. You guys try to hard to make your point. All Davidon Day do is talk and hype your program. Put up or shut up. You guys have not won one quality game since you exist. You get exposed every time you play a good school.

Now let's move on to some real Private school football teams like PD or CDS. Lets hype them!!

Davidson Day is not what you say you are. Everybody is starting to figure that out