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Posted on: July 27, 2011 7:40 am
 

7/27 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

- It's still early but the son of former UFC fighter Kimbo Slice, Kevin Ferguson, is not too bad at football.

- Funny video from the smart guys over at The Solid Verbal on the Elite 11 quarterback camp, featuring Trent Dilfer.

USC commit Arik Armstead is exploring playing both football and basketball for the Trojans.

Some video of new Oklahoma recruit Charles Tapper.

 Brady Hoke is continuing the tradition Rich Rodriguez started of having a BBQ at the Big House.

 It's been a bit of a role reversal at N.C. State and North Carolina and that has affected recruiting.

 Arizona has offered athlete Jonavaughn Williams.

 A look at some remaining targets on the board for Ohio State.

 Florida extended an offer to defensive end Bryan Cox Jr.

Commitments:

Big, big pickup for Memphis by keeping running back Sheldon Dawson close to home.

 The nephew of Olympian Gail Devers, cornerback C.J. Moore, has committed to play for Virginia.

 Defensive end Evan Winston has committed to Missouri and wants to... deliver babies?

 Michigan got their fullback for 2012 in Sione Houma.

 Quarterback A.J. Bilyeu will play his college ball at Air Force.
Posted on: June 10, 2011 9:55 am
 

6/10 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

- Michigan State is hosting several high-profile recruits in East Lansing over the next few weeks.

- There are plenty of schools looking to crash the BCS bowl party this year and one, BYU, is doing very well on the recruiting trail.

- A great list of all the verbal commitments in the state of Texas.

- Tight end Ricky Parks will select between Auburn, Alabama and Georgia today.

- Quarterback Brent VanderVeen will camp at Arkansas.

- Oregon State and Colorado have offered athlete Jonavaughn Williams.
 
 
 
 
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