|Demetrius Hart (#1) has moved on from Alabama to Colorado State (image via 247 Sports)|
Former S Josh Furman: Furman is listed as a 6'2", 202 lb. linebacker for Oklahoma State. He's #1 on the depth chart at "Star," and you can see why they wanted him - his backup is a 6'2", 190 lb. freshman, and the other four players on the linebacker two-deep are one junior, two sophomores, and another freshman. They open against Florida State on August 30th.
Former RB commit Demetrius Hart: Hart is a grad transfer from Alabama to Colorado State. He struggled to break through at Alabama and had some off-the-field troubles, but former Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Jim McElwain is now at CSU. Now Hart is trying to earn the starting gig for the Rams. They open against Colorado on August 29th.
Former LB Kaleb Ringer: Ringer - and his brother - are not listed on Ferris State's football roster this fall.
Former CB commit Anthony Standifer: Standifer was booted from Ole Miss's program after getting into some trouble, and he now appears on the roster of Eastern Illinois (his home state), which plays in the FCS's Ohio Valley Conference.
Former OT commit Denzel Ward: Ward is listed as a 6'8", 353 lb. freshman offensive tackle for Syracuse.
Former DE/DT Ken Wilkins: Wilkins appears on the California University of Pennsylvania football roster as a junior 6'3", 250 lb. defensive lineman. It is a destination for some former big-time football players, including Jeff Knox (a former Pitt player who was booted for attacking a girl who told him she was pregnant) and Desimon Green (a former Texas Tech commit).
whoa. I would not have guessed Furman would start...will be interesting to watch how he does.ReplyDelete
How damn many schools did Denzel Ward commit to? Four?ReplyDelete
I think it was 3. Michigan, then Purdue, then Syracuse.Delete
Hart looks like JV next to TJ Yeldon.ReplyDelete
Furman's better fit at LB. Finally some coaching staff gets it. I have a feeling I will see our little Dee at my vacation spot car dealership. So much for ditching Michigan thinking everything will be gravy at Alabama.ReplyDelete
Maybe the staff did know he was a better fit at LB. Maybe they also knew he wasnt beating out Ryan/Ross/Morgan/Bolden and tried to find a way to get him on the field. Who knows? You're probably right though.Delete
And come on. So Hart didnt pick UM. Saying he's bound to work at a car dealership? Sour grapes, man.