HAMPTON ROADS, Va. - No fall football season? No problem.
Despite the Virginia High School League not playing a fall football season due to COVID-19, the majority of Hampton Roads' top high school football prospects will sign college scholarships this week as the NCAA's Division I football Early Signing Period begins.
According to 247Sports, Hampton Roads is home to six of the top 20 high school football prospects in Virginia for the Class of 2021 and 16 of the top 50.
Below is a list of players who have informed News 3 of their plans to sign their National Letters of Intent December 16th:
Naquan Brown, Ocean Lakes (Pittsburgh) - No. 7 prospect in Virginia
George Wilson, Green Run (Florida State) - No. 10 prospect in Virginia
Rodney Hammond, Booker T Washington (Pittsburgh) - No. 13 prospect in Virginia
Zemarion Harrell, Salem (Coastal Carolina) - No. 15 prospect in Virginia:
Malik Newton, Lake Taylor (Pittsburgh) - No. 16 prospect in Virginia
Michael Green, Lafayette (Virginia) - No. 17 prospect in Virginia:
Nate Evans, Frank W. Cox (NC State) - No. 21 prospect in Virginia (signing Thursday)
Myles Alston, Ocean Lakes (Pittsburgh) - No. 22 prospect in Virginia
Maurice Freeman, Oscar Smith (Indiana) - No. 25 prospect in Virginia:
James Smith, Princess Anne (Louisiana-Monroe) - No. 32 prospect in Virginia
Nathan Boerboom, Great Bridge (UCF) - No. 37 prospect in Virginia
Isi Etute, Frank W. Cox (Virginia Tech) - No. 40 prospect in Virginia
Isaiah Henderson, Salem (Air Force) - No. 45 prospect in Virginia
Marquise Brunson, Princess Anne (Liberty) - No. 48 prospect in Virginia
Trevion Stevenson, Phoebus (North Carolina) - No. 49 prospect in Virginia: