Four-star defensive lineman De'Asian Richardson committed to West Virginia on Monday, according to Orange Park (Fla.) High School assistant coach Ryan Wolfe. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound senior chose the Mountaineers over Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Missouri.
about 1435 days ago | Corey Long | NCF On The Trail
With a verbal from four-star defensive tackle De'Asian Richardson, West Virginia picked up a prospect with good ability who also looks to be a good fit for them defensively. With a nice combination of size and athleticism, Richardson can be a guy who they move around up-front at least initially and as he continues to further physical develop will likely settle in at nose.
about 1435 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail
Four-star defensive lineman De'Asian Richardson (Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park) will make a verbal commitment this weekend, Orange Park assistant coach Ryan Wolfe said. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound senior will choose between West Virginia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi State and Missouri.
about 1438 days ago | Corey Long | On The Trail: Southeast Region
Every weekday morning, a member of the SoonerNation gives his take on three things happening in the Sooner sports world. 1. If Dominique Whaley wasn't healthy, you get the feeling OU might have to insert freshman Alex Ross into the lineup.
about 1438 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
There were a slew of Oklahoma and Texas high school recruits being pursued by Oklahoma in action last weekend at the Nike Football Training Camp event at the Dallas Cowboys practice facility, but that's not where the Sooners sent out offers.
about 1578 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
Orange Park (Fla.) defensive end De'Asian Richardson gave a verbal commitment to FSU earlier Saturday afternoon but rescinded the commitment after deciding to talk it over with his family first, according to Orange Park assistant coach Ryan Wolfe.
about 1611 days ago | Corey Long | On The Trail: Southeast Region
When De'Asian Richardson was pulled out of class to take a phone call on Thursday morning, he had no idea Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Crimson Tide assistants Jeremy Pruitt and Chris Rumph were on the other line.
about 1620 days ago | Greg Ostendorf | Florida State Seminoles