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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 5

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The fifth day of the Tour took the players to Charlottesville, Virginia, where they visited the University of Virginia. Unsurprisingly the visit was a great experience for players such as Alex Honig and Demierro Promes who were quick to express their appreciation on Twitter.

It seems that the pleasure was mutual as the players have been invited back for the UVa camp on June 8th, the day originally designated as a day of relaxation on Myrtle Beach. We now expect the players will accept the invitation and come back on Friday.

The day ended in celebration as the University of Buffalo called to offer Fabian Weitz his first, and much deserved, scholarship. He is flying to Buffalo and will spend the off-day travelling as the rest of the group will prepare for the Kennesaw State mega camp. Weitz has impressed PPI enormously with his work ethic, but at 5’9 the German LB was fighting against the odds. His perseverance and triumph will no doubt be one of the Tour’s highlights and should serve as inspiration for those who want to follow!

Danish defensive lineman Emil Bo Andersen is flying into Atlanta and will be picked up while the group is en route to Kennesaw.

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 5

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Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The fifth day of the Tour took the players to Charlottesville, Virginia, where they visited the University of Virginia. Unsurprisingly the visit was a great experience for players such as Alex Honig and Demierro Promes who were quick to express their appreciation on Twitter.

It seems that the pleasure was mutual as the players have been invited back for the UVa camp on June 8th, the day originally designated as a day of relaxation on Myrtle Beach. We now expect the players will accept the invitation and come back on Friday.

The day ended in celebration as the University of Buffalo called to offer Fabian Weitz his first, and much deserved, scholarship. He is flying to Buffalo and will spend the off-day travelling as the rest of the group will prepare for the Kennesaw State mega camp. Weitz has impressed PPI enormously with his work ethic, but at 5’9 the German LB was fighting against the odds. His perseverance and triumph will no doubt be one of the Tour’s highlights and should serve as inspiration for those who want to follow!

Danish defensive lineman Emil Bo Andersen is flying into Atlanta and will be picked up while the group is en route to Kennesaw.

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DCT 2018 Recap- Day 5

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

The fifth day of the Tour took the players to Charlottesville, Virginia, where they visited the University of Virginia. Unsurprisingly the visit was a great experience for players such as Alex Honig and Demierro Promes who were quick to express their appreciation on Twitter.

It seems that the pleasure was mutual as the players have been invited back for the UVa camp on June 8th, the day originally designated as a day of relaxation on Myrtle Beach. We now expect the players will accept the invitation and come back on Friday.

The day ended in celebration as the University of Buffalo called to offer Fabian Weitz his first, and much deserved, scholarship. He is flying to Buffalo and will spend the off-day travelling as the rest of the group will prepare for the Kennesaw State mega camp. Weitz has impressed PPI enormously with his work ethic, but at 5’9 the German LB was fighting against the odds. His perseverance and triumph will no doubt be one of the Tour’s highlights and should serve as inspiration for those who want to follow!

Danish defensive lineman Emil Bo Andersen is flying into Atlanta and will be picked up while the group is en route to Kennesaw.

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