Sweat opened last season on ESPNU in Oscar Smith High’s 42 2 win against Lake Taylor as an imposing unknown towering on the edge of the Oscar Smith’s defensive line alongside a more recognizable rising star in recruiting circles. By the end of the season, fans, coaches and scribes were openly comparing Sweat to Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 overall selection in this year’s NFL draft.
Attending Lackawanna College helped former Bruton High star Lorenzo Taliaferro plenty. The two year school in Pennsylvania will get the opportunity to advance the fortunes of Bruton’s latest football star: 2014 graduate Kapri Doucet.
Lackawanna assistant coach Josh Pardini announced via Twitter on Tuesday that Doucet would be joining the program. Tracy Harrod, who coached Doucet, a Group 2A All State selection and four time All Bay Rivers District pick, confirmed that Doucet would be going there to.