April 4, 2013
Street wants to shake up the world
Kentavious Street is the 14th ranked football prospect in the 2014 class and has garnered many offers from schools outside of his current home base of North Carolina.
A first class list of schools including North Carolina and North Carolina State have contacted and offered the defensive end from Greenville, but the one school that stands out the most to Street is Georgia.
Street came to North Carolina after growing up in the Peach State and says that will likely have a big influence on his decision.
"Georgia is the school that is sticking out the furthest and I just love it. I might get the chance to represent my home state and my family they've helped me get through this long journey," said Street. "Coach Mark Richt, he's a great dude. I call him and talk on the phone a whole bunch and he's like a big brother to me."
North Carolina's upcoming spring game on April 13 is on Street's radar but he will be spending that weekend in Virginia participating in the Rivals Camp Series in Richmond.
Street will get a chance to compete directly with the current No. 1 prospect in the nation and fellow defensive end Da'Shawn Hand during that camp.
"I've just been busting my butt lately trying to get better. I've been working on my stance and my get-off and everything. I want to go up there and completely dominate," said Street. "I want to shake the world up with this camp."
Going into his last year of high school football, Street anticipates he'll be a better player than he has ever been. He intends to not only lead his team with his performance and play, but also inspire them to reach the goals the entire team has set out to achieve.
"I'm going to be a way better player than I was last year. Now that I've been more experienced on this level I'm going to be a more vocal leader," said Street. "I want to set a good example. I want to set a great bar for my team. If we do fail, which we probably won't, it won't be nothing."
"Maybe we'll give up a couple extra more yards than we expected but for this year I'm just trying to get a state championship," said Street. "I want to go undefeated. We've been busting our butts for a long time now and it's all going to pay off this year."
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