"I definitely wanted to go to a good football program, but also a place with great academics - their academics are insane," said Garcia, who plans to major in business. "When I went up there they were already at the top of my list, but just going around the campus, seeing where I would be staying and what I would do on a daily basis, helped me make the decision."
FayObserver.com - Trinity's Harris to trim recruiting field to five
The Trinity Christian Coach said he'd be "absolutely shocked" if South Carolina, Wake and Virginia Commonwealth did not make Harris' short list later this week.
Denver Daily - Smith impressive so far
"He is competing every day, he is working on the little things and he has definitely showed up," McDaniels said. "He is always around the ball, he made an interception [yesterday] and got his hands on a few balls the last couple days."
The Robesonian - Myers East Carolina and Wake Forest will shine in 2009
Wake Forest will come in third in the ACC's Atlantic Division. I think the Demon Deacons can catch N.C. State for second place, but making it all the way to the top of the heap is probably too much to ask.
FayObserver.com - Wake Forest piling up 2010 commitments
Whatever the reason, the Demon Deacons have put together one of the most significant recruiting surges since Jim Grobe came aboard as head coach over the past month.
Old-fashioned values keep Wake winning … and Grobe at Wake - ACC Insider - Wilmington Star News
In other words, there’s something to be said about building something special, then staying around long enough to admire appreciate it. And because unlike many in his profession these days, Grobe really does believe in family, commitment and all those other values that are nothing more than just motivational buzzwords to so many of his coaching colleagues.
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HSH: We respect that. What about Wake Forest, obviously Jeff went there and thrived. Is there any pressure to follow his path or would you rather make you own? MT: No pressure. It’s a good thing because he can tell me everything that goes on there. It doesn’t bother me that he was such a great player there. If that was the school that I wanted to go to, I would go there.
Young Jackets open practice for '09 season
Andy Lubahn, a midfielder from Erie, Pa., has joined Wake Forest's recruiting class in men's soccer, Coach Jay Vidovich announced yesterday. He is the program's eight recruit for the coming season.