He's on the front page of Scout. Can someone with a subscription tell us what it says?
Dior Mathis on Scout.com
How about paying for a subscription?
I am going to spend $110,000+ on college. My parents aren't helping at all. So if you want to give me that much money I will start paying for it. I come here so I don't have to pay it.
So $100 a year is a drop in the bucket!
Seriously though, that's kindof a choice you've made for yourself isn't it? Seems a bit strange to get all defensive when someone suggests you not demand information that people are supposed to have to pay for.
Yeah I guess. Still, he was being a dick.
I'll pay for a subscription when they stop paying a middle schooler to be their web designer. I could make a better website with crayons.
Another reason I prefer rivals. I know, lame.
i think scout is more informative and gets news out quicker.
then lets talk about that subscription
He's ordered his top 5 ... see the free story at ESPN
It says that he is just playing a Will Campbell type game and he will commit to Michigan when all is said and done.
One of my friends goes to Cass Tech. He says that while Dior did say Michigan is #5 on ESPN, he loves being in Detroit with his family and friend, and that might be the ultimate deciding factor. He might be doing this for the attention however because he's constantly mentioning that he's an Army All-American. Looks like hes going to wait until signing day to announce.
See Will Campbell.
He only has one friend? :(
I rarely ever post. But your comment made me laugh so hard I had to write!
I get it you were making a joke. But I did say "one OF my friendS". Friends is plural brohamster.
Oh that's the story. It's old.
dinkmctip says the same thing and doesn't get negative points?
Dior Mathis ranks Michigan at #5.
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This whole "top 5" thing never really made sense. I think recruits usually know where they are going but they like to get the national attention so they come out with top 5's.
Some don't know where they are going. I don't think people actually are considering all 5, but some might be considering 3.