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Wake Forest has a defensive end named Gelo Orange? Wake Forest has a defensive end named Gelo Orange

 This is Gelo Orange. He's a defensive end for Wake Forest and is in his junior year. And please, keep your snarky talk radio jokes to yourself. I've already heard the one about the  kids (alledegly) named Orangello and Lemongello one too many frakin' times, and don't care to hear it again.
But it should be noted that Wake Forest is also the school that got a commitment from the now-legendary high school defensive end  God's Power Offor for it's 2011 class. Wake Forest may not win another ACC title anytime soon, but they apparently have two good candidates for 2011's Name of the Year tournament. 

 (From Darren Rovell via Twitter)


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 This is Gelo Orange. He's a defensive end for Wake Forest and is in his junior year. And please, keep your snarky talk radio jokes to yourself. I've already heard the one about the  kids (alledegly) named Orangello and Lemongello one too many frakin' times, and don't care to hear it again.
But it should be noted that Wake Forest is also the school that got a commitment from the now-legendary high school defensive end  God's Power Offor for it's 2011 class. Wake Forest may not win another ACC title anytime soon, but they apparently have two good candidates for 2011's Name of the Year tournament. 

 (From Darren Rovell via Twitter)


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