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2000 Virginia Football Recruits



Feb. 2, 2000

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The following is a list of individuals who have signed letters-of-intent as of 5:00 p.m. on Monday (Feb. 7) to attend the University of Virginia on football grants-in-aid.

NamePos.Ht.Wt.Hometown (High School/Prep School)
Rich BedesemFB/LB6-2220Holland, Pa. (Council Rock)
Christopher Canty TE/DE6-7222Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Latin)
Jeremiah ChamblissWR/DB5-10165St. Petersburg, Fla. (Pinellas Park)
Almondo CurryWR/DB5-9165Hampton, Va. (Fork Union Military Academy)
Mark DorseyWR/DB6-2185Jacksonville, Fla. (The Bolles School)
Mark FarringtonOL/DL6-2265Spring, Texas (Klein)
Marcus HardyTE/DL6-4215Blackstone, Va. (Nottoway)
Reggie HayesTE/DL6-3250Wilmington, N.C. (Fork Union Military Academy)
Andrew HoffmanOL/DL6-4255South Riding, Va. (Park View)
Joe Holt, Jr.OL/DL6-4295Clearwater, Fla. (Clearwater)
Tom HowellOL/DL6-4260Sarasota, Fla. (Riverview)
Brandon IsaiahFB/LB6-2210Winston-Salem, N.C. (Parkland Senior)
Hikee JohnsonRB/DB5-11190North Wales, Pa. (North Penn)
Raymond MannFB/LB6-2215Hampton, Va. (Hampton)
Michael McGrewWR/DB6-3185Birmingham, Ala. (Shades Valley)
Scott Penwell, Jr.WR/DB6-4200Wormleysburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff)
Billy SchweitzerQB6-3200Alexandria, Va. (St. Stephens)
Bryan SmithPK/P5-10155Hampton, Va. (Hampton)
Art ThomasRB/DB6-3205Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Fork Union Military Academy)
Marquis WeeksRB/DB5-11195Berwyn, Pa. (Conestoga)
Jamaine WinborneWR/DB6-0195Chesapeake, Va. (Fork Union Military Academy)
Zac YarbroughOL/DL6-4240Winter Park, Fla. (Fork Union Military Academy)




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