Every football fan knows that a successful defensive back at any level has to have a solid mix of swagger and the skill to back it up.
Demory Monroe is that perfect combo. So far Monroe has lead his team to a 9-1 record this season and has five interceptions.
"I feel very confident in my game," Monroe said. "Last offseason I put in a lot of work into perfecting my craft. Now I can play around on the field with leverage, break up a pass and I feel smooth when I transition out of my breaks."
Over the summer Monroe took unofficial visits to Ohio, Wake Forest and two to Penn State to get a good feel for each program.
"Ohio is really standing out to me," he said excitingly. "They've been in the BCS standings this year and they're a good squad. Their coaches are down to earth and they're looking forward to doing some big things."
"Wake Forest isn't a big campus but it's very nice and I really like their coaching staff too and it's a good school academically."
"I haven't been in contact with the West Virginia coaches lately but I really like their offense and they're really trying to step it up on defense. Tavon Austin is my favorite college player so I always have an eye on them."
Monroe is being recruited as a defensive back at the next level but he does it all for his high school team as a returner and a receiver.
Below is a look at Monroe through three games this season.