Wake Forest’s football program this week announced that four freshmen and a transfer from Richmond have enrolled for the new semester and will go through spring practice.
The biggest addition is defensive lineman Kobie Turner, a three-time All-America for the Spiders who is 6 feet 3 and 290 pounds. In 37 games over three years, he made 158 tackles and 15 sacks and forced three fumbles.
• Quarterback Brett Griffis, younger brother of current quarterback Mitch Griffis. Brett, who is 6 feet and 187 pounds and is from Ashburn, Va., had a 17-4 record over the last two years as a starter for Broad Run High School. As a senior he threw for 3,053 yards with 32 touchdowns with three interceptions. He also ran for 1,117 yards on 158 carries with 20 touchdowns.
• Defensive lineman Elijah Hall; 6-3, 262 pounds; Boiling Springs Crest High. Hall is rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals and is the highest-ranked defensive recruit in the last eight years, according to 247Sports.
• Offensive lineman Derrell Johnson; 6-3, 272 pounds; Jacksonville, Fla.
• Defensive lineman Jalen Swindell; 6-2, 316 pounds; Charlotte Chambers.
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