Highly touted quarterback Lindell Stone reports to all-boys boarding school in Virginia

Highly touted freshman quarterback Lindell Stone reported Wednesday to Woodberry Forest School, an all-boys boarding high school in Virginia. In an email, Woodberry coach Clint Alexander said Stone was among the players who “looked good during testing.”

ESPN reported in June that Stone (6-1, 180) received a scholarship offer from UCLA, but neither the family nor UCLA have confirmed or denied the report. Stone attended middle school in Southlake but wasn’t expected to reside in the district during high school.

Stone had been expected to transfer into Highland Park after attending a Quarterback-Receivers Camp of Highland Park coach Randy Allen in July. The Stones told Allen they had purchased a house in the district. Stone didn’t report with other players on Aug. 12, the first day of practice.

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