Potomac Academy's, Azaria Honsou, Chooses Hagerstown C.C.
Hagerstown, Md.- Clarksburg High School and Potomac Academy's, Azaria Honsou, has recently announced his commitment to the Hagerstown Community College men’s soccer team.
Honsou, a four year starter for Potomac Academy averaged eight goals and four assists per season as an outside midfielder and striker. While on the Academy team, Honsou competed in the PDA and FC Delco Showcases while also squaring off against the DC United and Red Bull Academy teams during league play.
Honsou also competed for Real Maryland F.C. for one season, scoring 16 goals and adding nine assists. While Honsou attended Clarksburg High School, he was only able to compete one season for the Coyotes due to the Academy rules.
Honsou joins fellow Montgomery County commited player, Angel Osegueda, for the 2016 season. Baltimore native Benny Brankoff and Frederick resident Javier Posadas rounds out the current commited recruiting class.
"Azaria possess all the necessary skills to be a dangerous college player, " mentioned coach Brandon Rethemeyer. "He look forward to using his natural speed and technical ability on the field"