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Maybe I'm wrong but aren't we dealing with 17 year olds here. Give me a break, Dabo is an AZZZ IMHO. I could be wrong. NOT!
June 7, 2012
Dabo's line in the sand
It happens all the time. A highly-ranked football player will commit verbally to one school, then turn around in the next breath and say they've got several more visits lined up. It happens in every region and conference in the country, and it makes you wonder why some of them bother committing in the first place.
Dabo Swinney has apparently had enough of it. Kerry Capps of OrangeAndWhite.com says that for the second time this recruiting cycle, the Clemson Tigers coach has revoked the scholarship offer of a prospect who committed to his school, then visited somewhere else.
"North Carolina offensive lineman R.J. Prince (Albemarle, N.C./Albemarle) committed to Clemson last fall, but then parted ways with Clemson after he visited Chapel Hill for UNC's basketball game against Duke," Capps writes. "He subsequently committed to UNC."
And now it has happened again. "Clemson has dropped 2013 linebacker Isaac McDonald (Hialeah, Fla./Champagnat Catholic) from its recruiting board after the rising senior ... attended camps at Mississippi and Alabama, according to multiple sources," Capps reports.
- Vince Verhei
This post was edited by IRISHTIGER on 6/8/2012 at 12:17 PM
..........BEAT BAMA .................BEAT BAMA..................BEAT BAMA
Wow, I think somebody is a little insecure. I can't believe he revoked scholarships for attending camps, maybe they are just trying to become better football players.
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Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
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