This happened a few weeks ago and it wasn't posted anywhere.
A 6-0, 175 high school freshman from Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, NJ.
Here's an article on him from 247- http://247sports.com/Bolt/Rutgers-Offers-Stud-2020-Don-Bosco-Prep-Athlete-49580424
2020 means he was born in 2002..........Getting on the field as a freshman at Don Bosco Prep is almost unheard of, with only a few elite players such as Jabrill Peppers and Kevin Brennan being able to do it in the past decade. Former stars such as Leonte Carroo and Darius Hamilton weren't even able to achieve that task.Jalen Berger, a 2020 athlete at Don Bosco Prep, not only got on the field this year as a freshman, he became the best weapon on the Ironmen offense, totaling over 800 yards from scrimmage and 7TDs after starting the year on the freshman team.
Must be the ball pressure ...
Saw a bit about FSU starting their practices, which included some complimentary words from the new $44 million man.
I imagine Christmas camp would probably have to get started soon.
The best players in Michigan go to Michigan.
Alex Carder's publicity agent writes that he's seeing parralels between the Spartan cagers, who lost to Northeastern Sunday, and the 3-9 football team. Specifically:
"MSU’s basketball team is facing a similar dynamic to what its football team endured this year: Its most gifted players are its younger players; many of its veterans are better followers than leaders; it’s shaky in the trenches; and its 2013 recruiting class isn’t contributing."
Per Twitter: https://twitter.com/_OverCees/status/810894588839948288?lang=en