A few weeks ago, Walter Harold took part in the Washington, D.C., Elite 11 and NFTC.
“It was a good experience,” said Harold. “I enjoyed it.”
Harold stepped in last season when starter and Virginia commit Corwin Cutler went down with a knee injury and led the Dolphins all the way to the state championship game.
“It was a bittersweet moment,” he said. “I didn't know if I should take the ball and warm up or go out and see if he was alright. I was just kind of thrown into battle. But with the help of my team and my family, I was able to be successful.”
The Ocean Lakes’ star is generating some interest from college programs.
“I've been getting mail from Missouri, Temple, Cincinnati and Hampton,” said the 6-foot-2, 175-pound Harold.
There are few camps Harold would like to go to this summer.
“I would like to go to Maryland and Florida,” he said. “Florida is my dream school. Ever since I was little, I've always liked them. I just like the way they play.”
Harold also said mentioned North Carolina, North Carolina State, Old Dominion, Virginia and Virginia Tech as camp possibilities.
Expectations will be high for Harold's team this fall.
“We will be everybody’s Super Bowl,” said Harold. “So we’re going to have to go out and play hard every game. We have unfinished business in Charlottesville (site of the 2013 state championship game).”
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