"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
He'll be playing for the Arizona Rattlers when the AF season gets started in March. I've always been curious to see what ends up happening with him. He's got insane levels of talent, but has gotten in his own way in the past. Here's hoping this is the start of a road to the NFL.
Ex 5-star Michigan DB recruit Demar Dorsey will play for Hawaii this yr. A source confirmed he'll arrive at UH in late July.
5/16/12 1:08 PM
I know some of you don't really care about updates on recruits that never made it, sorry.
Just thought this was interesting to post since some of you really wanted Hoke to re-recruit him
Found this link on Allen Trieu's Twitter. Seems like Dorsey is going to be transferring to a D-1 FBS school. I know Michigan doesn't do the JUCO thing often (or at all?), but this would be a pretty good story (and a pretty athletic player). The kid was like collateral damage in the media's villification of Rich Rodriguez. He didn't qualify, had some trouble, etc. Two years later, cleans up his act takes the road less traveled and joins his cousin Denard Robinson at Michigan. That has ESPN College Gameday feature written all over it.
I know it's not likely, but what does everyone else think?
It's apparently official Demar Dorsey will play for GRCC. Glad he seems to be hanging in there.
I know, I know, I couldn't help myself...just had to click when I saw the headline.
Does anyone happen to know what became of Demar Dorsey? It was announced back in June that he'd ended up in Louisville, but he's listed on neither their depth chart nor roster, for that matter.
Would it be out of the question for him to get his grades in order and transfer to U of M and play as a Junior?
we heard he was going to Louisville, then we heard he somehow was not on the roster.
did he end up at the juco? perhaps if he gets his grades up he can still lead the No Fly Zone.