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Topic - Collegiate School
Russell Wilson started his successful career in Richmond, Va. at the Collegiate School. Chris Miller chats with Wilson's former head coach Charlie McFall.
Russell Wilson was thankful to be a part of a day many players regard as a nuisance. The former baseball player knows his career path could have landed him elsewhere, not playing for a championship in just his second NFL season when the Seahawks face the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.
If you'd said Wilson would get to a Super Bowl before some of his young quarterbacking colleagues, you might have drawn a sneer. Yet those who knew Wilson as he wandered the halls at Collegiate School in Richmond aren't the least bit surprised.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan football coach Brady Hoke has announced the signing of Virginia high school quarterback Wilton Speight and six other players as early enrollees.