PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. - Five teens are headed to a college prep school to prepare for a four-year university after the six-month program if they choose.
It was the mission of their now head coach who took over September of last year after coaching at Pleasantville for six years. "We're all going to Georgia Knights Prep Academy," announced the football players during signing day at Pleasantville High for five Greyhound football players. "I'm excited.
It's been my dream to play at the next level," said Zahir Washington. He and some of his teammates are headed to Georgia knights Prep Academy in Snellville Georgia this coming June. "I’m looking to get a nice degree and just be able to say I went to college.Read more on fox29.com