Tag:Dvario Montgomery
Posted on: November 30, 2011 10:55 am

11/30 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer
Arizona State recruits are reacting to Dennis Erickson's firing but most are still committed.

 Could linebacker Keith Brown wind up back in Miami's class of 2012?

 Some highlights of Washington commit Jeff Lindquist.

 A look at how several of Nebraska's recruits did this past weekend on the field.

 Florida could sign as many as 34 players during this recruiting cycle.

 Rich Rodriguez and Arizona are entering a new recruiting frontier.

 Dvario Montgomery
and Joey O'Connor are considering visits to Oregon.

 Recruiting will be key to turning around Illinois.
Posted on: November 15, 2011 4:13 pm
Edited on: November 15, 2011 4:13 pm

NCAA issues cause Montgomery to cross off UCF

Posted by Bryan Fischer

With the resignation of wide receivers coach David Kelly and serious NCAA issues at the school, UCF has been dropped as a school under consideration for Winter Park (Fla.) receiver Dvario Montgomery.

“That basically wrapped it up for me and showed me that that’s not where I want to be at all,” Montgomery told the Orlando Sentinel. “I kind of [crossed] them off my list.”

Montgomery is still looking at South Florida, Maryland, Tennessee and Louisville. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound athlete recently returned from an official visit to College Park and is now high on the Terps along with the Bulls.

“It was real good,” he said of his visit. “I liked the atmosphere, the only thing about it, it was cold. I could adapt to that fine. Other than that, everything was nice. I loved the coaches. Coach (Randy) Edsall, all of them … they were showing me so much love. They showed me basically everything that happens. The players, everyone was true, there was no messing around … I respected it.”

Montgomery is planning to commit after the season and figures to take his time looking at schools after crossing off local option UCF for numerous reasons.

Posted on: June 15, 2011 8:23 am

6/15 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

- USF brought out transfer Chris Dunkley to help recruit wide receiver Dvario Montgomery.

- Every Georgia signee expected to enroll this summer will do so.

- Defensive end Noah Spence sits at the top of Penn State's recruiting wish list.

- Brady Hoke is kicking off his first camp at Michigan and has plenty of good players coming to town.

- Ohio State could see things get tougher out on the recruiting trail going forward.


- Mississippi State picked up linebacker and New Orleans native Torrey Bell.

- Kentucky landed a commitment from defensive lineman Patrick Graffree and Indiana added one from lineman Alex Todd.

- Washington received a commitment from defensive end Malcolm Jackson.

- Offensive tackle Evan Boehm committed to Missouri and that's a big pick up for the school.

- Wide out Alvin Cornelius committed to play at Syracuse.

- Athlete Taylor Oldham is the first member of UCF's 2012 recruiting class.

- Boise State added offensive lineman Steven Baggett.

- N.C. State added talented receiver Xavier Griffin and North Carolina did the same with athlete Kedrick Davis.
Posted on: May 4, 2011 9:17 am

5/4 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

The Pac-12 is set to announce a brand new media rights deal today. With every Pac-12 game televised on either an ESPN or Fox network, you can bet coaches are already selling recruits on the fact that they'll be on TV no matter what.

- Michigan could be close to landing several in-state recruits over the next few weeks.

- An update on UCLA recruiting and who the Bruins have offered and what players are favoring them.

- Louisville offered offensive lineman Terry Davis.

- Florida commit Jeremi Powell received a nomination to play in the US Army All-American Bowl.

- Safety Dvario Montgomery picked up an offer from Oklahoma.
Posted on: April 22, 2011 9:39 am

4/22 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Happy Earth everyone. In addition to rinsing, reusing and recycling, be sure to reuse the Eye on Recruiting blog by continuing to visit for all of the latest recruiting information.

- Several top recruits have made their way to East Lansing to unofficially visit Michigan State.

- Athlete Dvario Montgomery was recently named a US Army All-American.

- Oklahoma State commit Dalton Santos is high on Arkansas after visiting for their spring game.

- Maryland and Mississippi State are the two latest offers for tight end Kent Taylor.

- Good look at how much top 25 BCS schools spend on recruiting as a school.
Posted on: March 15, 2011 8:47 am

3/15 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

In a bit of recent news, the Badger Sports 7-on-7 held at the University of Michigan has been canceled. The event was scheduled for April 2nd and 3rd.

- Oregon is staying quiet about their use of scouting services as the NCAA investigates. Meanwhile, LSU has confirmed that it made a payment to one of the services in question.

- Wide receiver Dvario Montgomery has Alabama, Florida and LSU on the top of his recruiting list.

- Some more news and notes from the Badger Sports 7-on-7 at USF.

- The "missing man" formation that Georgia used to help recruit running back Isaiah Crowell has been deemed to be a secondary violation by the NCAA. As a result, Mark Richt has been hit with some recruiting restrictions.

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