fbpx

DCT 2018 Recap- Days 10 & 11

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On Day 10 the intrepid DreamChasers made the three-hour journey from Charlottesville to Norfolk, Virginia, where they enjoyed a day at Virginia Beach. The Tour was originally scheduled to stop at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, before deciding to attend the University of Virginia camp due to the Cavaliers’ last minute request. Finally relaxing on the beach and strolling the promenade, the players were hoping to rejuvenate for their last scheduled camp at Old Dominion University the following day.

The morning of Day 11 the DreamChasers arrived at the Old Dominion camp looking like relaxed veterans. Old Dominion’s summer slate of camps is renowned for the quality of players and programs in attendance. An unscheduled appearance was made by the University of Florida coaches who were convinced to attend after scouting- and offering– several DreamChasers during the week.

This last camp at ODU proved to be the perfect climax for several DreamChasers. Swedish OL Max Lövblad and German DE Alex Ehrensberg left Norfolk with their first offers. The ODU offers for Martin Veinberg and Sylvain Yondjouen means that each currently has five offers and are tied as pack leaders! Remember that Sylvain already has bragging rights for the first offer of the Tour.
 

I was at the Gatorade stand when I heard Coach Collier calling me. He said congratulations and told me I had a full offer from ODU. I was speechless and incredibly happy to see that my hard work was paying off. I thought now that I have my first offer, others might come as well. I’ve heard the first one is the hardest to get. I thought, “Now it all begins!”
– Alex Ehrensberg

More news

DCT 2018 Recap- Days 10 & 11

FB_IMG_1528743507800.jpg
Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On Day 10 the intrepid DreamChasers made the three-hour journey from Charlottesville to Norfolk, Virginia, where they enjoyed a day at Virginia Beach. The Tour was originally scheduled to stop at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, before deciding to attend the University of Virginia camp due to the Cavaliers’ last minute request. Finally relaxing on the beach and strolling the promenade, the players were hoping to rejuvenate for their last scheduled camp at Old Dominion University the following day.

The morning of Day 11 the DreamChasers arrived at the Old Dominion camp looking like relaxed veterans. Old Dominion’s summer slate of camps is renowned for the quality of players and programs in attendance. An unscheduled appearance was made by the University of Florida coaches who were convinced to attend after scouting- and offering– several DreamChasers during the week.

This last camp at ODU proved to be the perfect climax for several DreamChasers. Swedish OL Max Lövblad and German DE Alex Ehrensberg left Norfolk with their first offers. The ODU offers for Martin Veinberg and Sylvain Yondjouen means that each currently has five offers and are tied as pack leaders! Remember that Sylvain already has bragging rights for the first offer of the Tour.
 

I was at the Gatorade stand when I heard Coach Collier calling me. He said congratulations and told me I had a full offer from ODU. I was speechless and incredibly happy to see that my hard work was paying off. I thought now that I have my first offer, others might come as well. I’ve heard the first one is the hardest to get. I thought, “Now it all begins!”
– Alex Ehrensberg

More news

DCT 2018 Recap- Days 10 & 11

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

On Day 10 the intrepid DreamChasers made the three-hour journey from Charlottesville to Norfolk, Virginia, where they enjoyed a day at Virginia Beach. The Tour was originally scheduled to stop at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, before deciding to attend the University of Virginia camp due to the Cavaliers’ last minute request. Finally relaxing on the beach and strolling the promenade, the players were hoping to rejuvenate for their last scheduled camp at Old Dominion University the following day.

The morning of Day 11 the DreamChasers arrived at the Old Dominion camp looking like relaxed veterans. Old Dominion’s summer slate of camps is renowned for the quality of players and programs in attendance. An unscheduled appearance was made by the University of Florida coaches who were convinced to attend after scouting- and offering– several DreamChasers during the week.

This last camp at ODU proved to be the perfect climax for several DreamChasers. Swedish OL Max Lövblad and German DE Alex Ehrensberg left Norfolk with their first offers. The ODU offers for Martin Veinberg and Sylvain Yondjouen means that each currently has five offers and are tied as pack leaders! Remember that Sylvain already has bragging rights for the first offer of the Tour.
 

I was at the Gatorade stand when I heard Coach Collier calling me. He said congratulations and told me I had a full offer from ODU. I was speechless and incredibly happy to see that my hard work was paying off. I thought now that I have my first offer, others might come as well. I’ve heard the first one is the hardest to get. I thought, “Now it all begins!”
– Alex Ehrensberg

More news