Retweeted by Sam Webb. Scout's list of Crawford's offers includes FSU, Tennessee Akransas, Miami (YTM), and Penn St.
Getting back around his teammates is an important step in this process," said Hoke. "Will and I have had several discussions over the past five months, none of which have been about football. Our primary concern has been for him as a person, and that will not change. Will is a part of our family, and we will continue to offer the resources to help him learn and grow. I am pleased with his progress to this point, and he knows that must continue every day moving forward.
Mike from TTB interviewed Maurice Hurst, Jr. about why he picked Michigan, the game he's looking forward to the most, and what he thinks about potentially playing in the offensive backfield.
After Day One, Sparty has jumped out to big lead:
I guess someone is still angry over last year's video and seeing Brady Hoke here:
Nice article from the Dolphins site. We all know his story, but its still impressive to hear it again. I think he is going to win over some new believers.
Thomas, the No. 1 recruit in Miami-Dade in 2013 and the nation’s No. 2 outside linebacker according to Rivals.com, said he informed FSU coach Jimbo Fisher and defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt late last month that he is not planning on reporting to school in the fall and that he hopes the school will allow him to play elsewhere. But Thomas (6-3, 205) said FSU’s coaches do not want to release him and told him last week they’re planning on visiting him in South Florida to try and talk things over.
“What happened was on Signing Day [was] I wasn’t sure who I wanted to sign with. I had issues with different schools. But when I told my mom I didn’t want to sign with anybody and wait and give it a few days she said I couldn’t do that. She said, ‘FSU is a good school – pick them. It’s close to home.’ I wasn’t agreeing with it. But I felt like I was being disrespectful to her if I didn’t sign. So I made her happy.”
This presents an interesting problem for the FSU coaching staff. Clearly they want the kid on their team but they can't force him to report. By holding his scholarship they are essentially wasting a spot. That matters more for 2014 unless they sign someone like a JUCO recruit. What are the rules about blocking signed players from transfering to certain schools (he wants to go to UGA or USC) if they never actually use the scholarship they were given?