Two-star running back Xavier Johnson (Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain) is no longer committed to Toledo and will sign with South Alabama next month, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Johnson will take an official visit to the Jaguars' campus this weekend.
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2013 RB Xavier Johnson (Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain) decommitted from South Alabama and is now set to play for Toledo, according to multiple reports. Earlier this month, while still committed to the Jaguars, he told the Tampa Bay Times: "Me and the [Toledo] coaches, I just felt like we had a great vibe.
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South Alabama is not wasting any time in preparing for its entry into the Sun Belt in 2013, as the Jaguars have ramped up recruiting efforts, especially in the Peach State. After picking up athlete Tiquan Lang (Valdosta, Ga.
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Running back Xavier Johnson (Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain) has committed to South Alabama over offers from Massachusetts and Ohio, multiple sources report. Johnson cited his relationship with the Jaguars' coaching staff, according to the Bright House Sports Network: "The way the coaches were talking to me, they really liked me and I liked them," he said.
Colorado head coach Tad Boyle added another piece to his 2012 class on Thursday night with a pledge from point guard Eli Stalzer (Santa Ana, Calif./Mater Dei), according to the Daily Camera of Boulder.
WHEELING, W.Va. -- Here is a look at what I learned from this weekend's Cancer Research Classic. Jenkins raised the bar With Nate Britt (Washington, D.C./Gonzaga) struggling to find his zone, forward Kris Jenkins stepped up his game.
Colorado head coach Tad Boyl announced the signing of five student-athletes to letters of intent on Wednesday giving the Buffaloes a Top 25 class on ESPN.com. Making up Boyle's 21st ranked class are ESPNU 100 prospects Josh Scott (Monument, Colo.
6-foot point guard Xavier Talton (Sterling, Colo./Sterling H.S.) is expected to sign his letter of intent on Wednesday. He chose the Buffaloes over Wyoming. "Xavier is a strong combo guard who is tough to stop off the dribble," according to ESPN.