Rumors and Wires: Week of December 7, 2009
December 11, 2009
Westlake H.S. cornerback Darius Robinson, a Clemson commit, is also considering Auburn.
December 10, 2009
Ohio St. is the first to offer talented St. Thomas Aquinas’ (Florida) wide receiver Phillip Dorsett.
December 9, 2009
Columbus H.S. (Miami, FL) running back Jakhari Gore has committed to LSU. Gore is also being recruited by Alabama, Auburn, Rutgers, California and Tennessee.
December 8, 2009
Latwan Anderson and teammate Christian Bryant of Glenville H.S. (Cleveland) will make their way to Ohio St. for an official visit this weekend. Expect a serious squeeze on both prospects for a commitment while they are there. An announcement by one or both of these recruits would not be a total shock. Anderson is past his proposed date for a decision and with the season finally over, there may be the thought of getting recruiting out of the way.
Gulliver Prep H.S. (Miami, Fl) quarterback Michael Strauss has changed his commitment from Tulane to the University of Virginia and new coach Mike London.
Rumor has it that West Virginia is making a play for current Miami Hurricane commit Darion Hall out of Naples H.S. (Florida).
Los Alamitos H.S. (California) defensive back Shaquile Richardson has committed to UCLA. Richardson had offers from virtually ever Pac-10 school.
Raines H.S. (Jacksonville) Sean Tarpley has arranged official visits with South and North Carolina. Tarpley also has offers from Miami, Illinois, West Virginia and Ole Miss.
Tennessee commit Delvin Jones of Palmetto H.S. (Florida) continues looking at schools. He is being recruited by the likes of LSU, Bama, Georgia, Florida, USC and has set up a December 11th visit to Ole Miss.
December 7, 2009
North Broward Prep (Florida) speedster Ethan Grant has decommitted from Oregon and has committed now to the TCU Horned Frogs. Grant is still being recruited by Purdue, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Louisville.
Byrnes H.S. (South Carolina) running back Marcus Lattimore has paired his list down to five. Lattimore is now considering Penn St., Oregon, Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia.