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Friday, April 29, 2011

Ajirotutu signs...

Fresno State star wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu signed a pair of 4x6 photos and completed a questionnaire care of the Bulldogs' athletic department in about three weeks. The senior had over 700 receiving yards last fall and is on pace for a similar total this year while also being in the running for All-WAC honors.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Carroll signs...

USC head coach Pete Carroll signed an 8x10 photo I sent him care of the Trojans' athletic department. That success took just under two months.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Catching up...

Star Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount signed a pair of 4x6 photos care of the Ducks' athletic department in about ten days. The JUCO transfer ran for over 1000 yards for UO last fall and set a school record with 17 rushing touchdowns. Blount was recently named a Doak Walker Award candidate for the 2009 season.

Also signing was Texas A&M wide receiver Ryan Tannehill, who returned a pair of 4x6 photos care of the Aggies' athletic department in about two weeks. As a freshman last fall, he led the team and set an A&M freshman record with 55 receptions for nearly 850 yards and five touchdowns after switching to WR from quarterback.

Rounding out the week was incoming freshman quarterback Tyler Russell of Mississippi State. The 6'4" four-star recruit from Meridian (MS) High School selected the Bulldogs over South Carolina and others and is battling for playing time in Starkville this fall. He signed a pair of 4x6 photos in about 2 months.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Young stars sign....

Georgia standout wide receiver A.J. Green signed a pair of 4x6 photos in about 2 months. The SEC Freshman of the Year last season, Green's 56 receptions set a UGA freshman record, and 8 of those catches went for touchdowns. He was named a Freshman All-American by multiple publications at season's end.

Also signing was Oklahoma State incoming hoops freshman Roger Franklin signed a pair of index cards and completed a questionnaire in about four weeks. The four-star small forward was ranked as one of the top 100 players in the class of 2009 and chose the Cowboys over the likes of UCLA, Arizona, Oklahoma, and others.