San Antonio, TX (WWBT)- Clover Hill's Joel Caleb is the most prized football recruit in the commonwealth of Virginia and one of the most sought after players in the country. On February 1, Caleb will let the football world know where his career will continue at the collegiate level.
Caleb was at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, though he did not play in the game, as he continues to recover from a torn meniscus. While many athletes us this All-American game as a platform to announce their college choices, Caleb continues to think about his future. He has not given much idea to which way he is leaning when it comes to his collegiate career, and it looks like it will remain that way right up until signing day. Clover Hill head coach Sean O'Hare told NBC12 that Caleb would indeed wait until February 1 to make that call.
Caleb has played numerous positions during his career at Clover Hill and most recently led the Cavaliers at quarterback. He will most likely play wide receiver or defensive back in college.
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