Monday, December 18, 2017

Reese Donahue Selected As Blue-Grey All American

2016 WVU commit Reese Donahue  continues to successfully represent the state of West Virginia and himself. Blue-Grey Football announced today that the Cabell Midland senior defensive end has been named a Blue-Grey All American.

Establishing in 1989, Blue-Grey football finds top high school prospects across the nation to help assist them in reaching exposure for the next level. The best athletes of the 20 regional combines are selected as All-American’s and will play in one of two All-American Bowls either in Dallas, Texas or Tampa, Florida.

Reese will play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Tampa on January 9th of 2016. Reese had this to say about the honor, “It has been an absolute blessing and I couldn’t be in the position I am today without the people who have supported me along the way. It’s an honor and I’m proud to represent the blue grey family as well as the state”.

Donahue committed to WVU on February 1st of this year and has been a solid commitment since. Rated as the best high school prospect in the state Reese has relished the challenge of being in the spotlight and representing the state of West Virginia. This is just one more accomplished for a young man that undoubtedly has a great future ahead of him.

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