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Wake Forest Offers WR Shaedon Meadors

College football's national signing day is less than a month away and the Wake Forest staff offered another player who they would love to see sign his national letter of intent to play football at Wake Forest University.


Shaedon Meadors stands at 6'2" 180 pounds and is a product of James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, South Carolina. Last night Wake Forest offered the young man and standout receiver a scholarship. Last season Meadors had 85 receptions for 1,866 yards and 33 touchdowns, according to his 247 page.

Last month, Meadors participated in the 77th annual Shrine Bowl, which is a game between the best high school players from North Carolina and South Carolina, respectively. In that game Meadors had 3 receptions for 84 yards, including a 33 yard touchdown reception. According to respected accounts, Meadors is one of the more underrated prospects in the country and was compared by a major scouting service to a 4-star receiver prospect.

Meadors has yet to take an official visit to Wake Forest, although he was on an unofficial visit on October 19th when Wake Forest beat Maryland 34-10. He would join a young receiving corps of Tyree Harris, Jared Crump and Jonathan Williams.

Shaedon Meadors currently holds offers from Temple, Old Dominion, Appalachian State, and Marshall, among others in addition to Wake Forest. You can follow him Shaedon on Twitter here. We hope to see Shaedon in the old gold & black and believe that he'd be a great addition to Dave Clawson's first recruiting class at Wake Forest, but we wish him luck wherever he ends up.

Blogger So Dear will continue to provide updates as more recruiting stories develop.