Rumors and Wires: Week of November 9, 2009

November 13th

Thibodaux H.S. (Louisiana) WR Trovon Reed has committed to Auburn. Reed is also being recruited by Florida, LSU, Oregon and Tennessee.

Corona H.S. running back Jordon James chooses UCLA. James is also being recruited by Arizona, California, Notre Dame and Washington.

Palm Beach Central H.S. cornerback Peniel Jean has selected Wisconsin as his school. He is also being recruited by Buffalo, Bowling Green, Connecticut, Central Michigan and Maryland.

November 12th

Fomer Pahokee WR Nu’keese Richardson is among three Tennessee football players arrested Thursday morning in Knoxville on attempted armed robbery charges. Policy Richardson along with safety Janzen Jackson and another Vols player attempted to rob some patrons outside of convenience story while donning hooded sweat shirts and carrying a powered pellet gun. More.

Carol City H.S. (Florida) WR Allen Hurns has committed to the University of Miami. Hurns is also being recruited by West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Ole Miss, FIU and Central Florida.

Hollywood Hills H.S. (Florida) CB Tony Grimes has narrowed his list down to Michigan, Ole Miss, Maryland, West Virginia and Oregon. Click here to view Grimes’ highlight video.

November 11th

University School (Florida) athlete Brice Hawkes has committed to Syracuse University.

November 10th

Edna Karr H.S. (Louisiana) QB and Member Munchie Legaux has committed to the University of Colorado. Legaux is also being recruited by Michigan, West Virginia, Oregon, Baylor and Ole Miss.

November 9th

The University of Miami continues to be on a roll with the latest commitment from St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) cornerback Keion Payne. Payne is also being recruited by Tennessee, Ohio St., Florida and Florida St.

DeMatha Catholic H.S. (Maryland) safety and member Lorenzo Waters has announced his Final Five as Miami, Rutgers, Wake Forest, Michigan and Virginia Tech.

Millenium H.S. (Arizona) safety Marquis Flowers has named a final five of Arizona, Arizona St., Notre Dame, UCLA and USC.

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