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. (WSET) - Wednesday at Jefferson Forest, the Cavaliers recognized standout running back and linebacker Keenan Cupit.
Cupit signed his letter of intent to play for Division One Central Florida in Orlando. Cupit says he got lots of interest from many programs, including state schools like UVa, JMU, Richmond and VMI.
But he said he knew right away when he made his visit that UCF was the school for him, Cupit committed to the Knights back in late July.
Keenan Cupit, SIGNS WITH CENTRAL FLORIDA KNIGHTS, said "Yea, it's definitely a weight off my shoulders. Definitely ready to get down there and go to work. The coaches have been excited about me coming down and I'm excited with all I've got."
Emma Lemley a Sophomore player that play softball for Jefferson Forest High School has committed to Virginia Tech. she was 7-1 last year as pitchers, Lemley Batting Average 425 - ERA- 1.06 Strikeouts-138 ) She also played basketball.
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Appomattox wide receiver and defensive back De’Von Graves was named Monday to the U.S. Army National Combine defensive second team.
The junior, who helped the Raiders win their second straight VHSL 2A state title in December, was evaluated at the Combine in San Antonio, Texas, along with more than 600 high school players who gathered at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He was one of 73 players named to the teams.
Graves, currently a 3-star recruit, gave a verbal commitment to N.C. State last year, but recently received an offer from Virginia Tech. He also plans to visit the University of Virginia in the coming week, Appomattox coach Doug Smith said.
Griffin Agee, a rising junior at Jefferson Forest High, gave a verbal commitment on Friday to play baseball at UVa in 2020.
The 6-foot-5 lefty earned six saves for the JF during his sophomore season, and his stock has risen over the summer. Agee has been playing this summer for the Evoshield Canes, an elite travel team, and had an impressive outing at the Commonwealth Games All-Star baseball game last week.
“ This is definitely something that he’s totally earned,” Jefferson Forest coach Ryan Gilleland said. Gilleland, of course, was a standout at UVa in the 1990s.
Agee had an official visit at Liberty University last week before choosing the Cavaliers. Then he turned around the next night and threw four innings at the Commonwealth Games, where college coaches sat in the stands, and allowed just two hits.
By Ben Cates
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