Loudoun County High School seniors Jake Lokey, Isiah Jackson, Tyler Pratt, Nick Anthony and Deron Davis will continue their football careers in college.
Those five student-athletes, along with teammates Brad Szoka (James Madison University) and Trey Taylor (Alderson Broadus College), pushes the number of Raider seniors set to play football at the next level to seven.
Loudoun County, coached by Todd Hill, advanced to the regional title game for the first time since 1996 in 2012.
Here is more on each of the recent commitments from a release provided by the Loudoun County athletic department:
Jake Lokey (QB) Shippensberg University
Jake is a three year starter at QB and has thrown for over 5600 yards in his career. He is the all time Raider leader in career passing yards, Career TD's thrown (58) and total completions (471). Jake was the Co-Offensive player of the year for the Raiders and signed is LOI this past Sunday.
Isiah Jackson (TE) Ferrum College
Isiah averaged over 21 yards per catch as a TE, and started at DE for the Raiders also. He had 41 tackles on defense and was awarded the Blue Chip Award for his team contributions this year.
Tyler Pratt (LB) Stevenson College
Tyler started at OLB and FB this year for the Raiders and overaged 8.9 yards per carry, while also being asked to block on almost every play. He also recorded 31 tackles this year.
Nick Anthony (ILB) Bridgewater College
Nick was a first team All Dulles District and a first team All Region at linebacker for the Raiders. He led the team in tackles with 95 and was the Co-Defensive player of the year for LCHS.
Deron Davis (DE/OLB) Shenandoah University
Deron was the winner of the "Unsung Hero" award for the Raiders, for his play at DE this year. He recorded 51 tackles and 5 QB sacks and was named 2nd team all District this past season.
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