Defensive linemen Kight DallasKight Dallas Linebacker
Lithonia, GA View Full Profile of Lithonia (Ga.) Arabia Mountain High School, Dajaun DrennonDajaun Drennon Defensive End
Sicklerville, NJ View Full Profile of Erial (N.J.) Timber Creek Regional High School, Herbert MooreHerbert Moore Defensive Tackle
Memphis, TN View Full Profile of Memphis (Tenn.) East High School and EBENEZER OGUNDEKO of Brooklyn (N.Y.) Thomas Jefferson High School join linebackers CHASE ABBINGTON of St. Peters (Mo.) Fort Zumwalt South High School, REGGIE CHEVIS of Houston Sharpstown High School, SAMUEL DOUGLAS of Arlington (Texas) High School, CORY JASUDOWICH of Cheshire (Conn.) Academy, Isaac McDonaldIsaac McDonald Outside Linebacker
Hialeah, FL View Full Profile of Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic School and REGGIE SPEARMAN of Chicago Simeon Career Academy in being selected to play on the 2012 U.S. Under-19 National Team, assembled by USA Football.
The team will compete in the 2012 IFAF Under-19 World Championship on June 30 to July 7 at Burger Stadium in Austin, Texas. The eight-nation tournament is conducted by the International Federation of American Football. Players and coaches will live at the University of Texas in Olympic Village-style accommodations. IFAF is composed of 62 nations spanning six continents that possess a national federation dedicated solely to American football.
The U.S. Under-19 National Team, comprised of high school athletes, will compete against national teams from American Samoa, Austria, Canada, France, Japan, Panama and Sweden. The United States won the inaugural IFAF Under-19 World Championship in 2009 in Canton, Ohio, earning the No. 1 seed this summer. The Americans open against No. 8 seed American Samoa at 8 p.m. CT June 30.
As a junior, he had 75 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 INTs on defense and 331 yards receiving and 5 TDs on offense. Clemson offered him on 2/16/2012. He has attended camps at Florida and Florida State. He committed on 3/7/12.