Weekend Official Visitors
In addition to those two Junior College prospects, another safety will be making an official visit this weekend. Neville Hewitt is a 6'2", 195 pound safety from Georgia Military Academy. Hewitt is originally from Rockdale County High School in Conyers, Georgia.
Hewitt is a big hitting safety, who is currently rated two stars. He is the 147 ranked safety.
Darryl (D.J.) Williams, a large offensive tackle from Garden City Community College will also be visiting this weekend. Williams would come in and shore up some potential depth issues at offensive tackle the next two years.
That brings the current list of visitors to:
Neville Hewitt – Safety from Georgia Military Academy
Dj Williams - Offensive Tackle from Garden City Community College
Darius Kelly – Safety from PIMA Community College
Demetrius Woodard – Safety from Blinn Junior College
There is one more visitor, a high school wide receiver.
Stay tuned to Herdhaven.com for the final visitor tomorrow.
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