Tag:Ricky Seals-Jones
Posted on: February 25, 2012 12:01 pm
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2/25 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Alabama is off to a quick start in the class of 2013.

 Mark Richt says they are always recruiting at Georgia. The Bulldogs picked up a Juco cornerback commit.

 An early look at Washington's recruiting in the class of '13.

 Derek Dooley defended his decision to sign troubled cornerback Deion Bonner.

 Stanford, Michigan could be trying to flip offensive tackle Steve Elmer.

 Stefon Diggs says he is ready to play at Maryland.

 Running back Ryan Green picked up an offer from USC.

 Arizona, Arizona State are out to change the perception of their program among in-state recruits.

 Michigan State is set to host several prospects on their next Junior Day.

 Greg Schiano is happy Rutgers was able to keep the 2012 recruiting class intact.

 Texas commit Ricky Seals-Jones is a top athlete in the state.

 It's a big recruiting weekend for Virginia and Mike London.

Posted on: February 22, 2012 2:48 pm
 

Ricky Seals-Jones is commitment No. 6 for Texas

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Texas continued it's annual early march to one of the to one of the top recruiting classes in the country on Wednesday as Sealy (Texas) athlete Ricky Seals-Jones committed to the Longhorns.

“I just love the atmosphere and being around the coaches,” an excited Seals-Jones told Scout. “It just feels great being around the coaching staff and they have great facilities. It is just a great feeling!”

One of the top players in the state, the 6-foot-6, 220-pounder held offers from LSU, Notre Dame and TCU among others. Seals-Jones has the ability to line up at multiple positions on either side of the ball but will likely see initial playing time at wide receiver. In addition, he is an extremely gifted basketball player who averages over 30 points a game but has had his heart set on playing football in Austin since he was younger.

“Texas has always been one of my tops,” he added.

With Seals-Jones in the fold, Texas now has six commitments for the class of 2013.


 
 
 
 
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