Monday, January 12, 2009

Football Recruiting News

Ceaser to play in heart of Texas
Texas A&M-Kingsville apparently thinks Ceaser has what it takes to be a big man on campus. Thursday Ceaser, who recently completed his sophomore season at American River College, announced his intent to sign a National Letter of Intent with the Division II school and report to the campus in time to enroll for the spring semester.

"I wanted to go where I think football is a big part of the community," said Ceaser, who plans to study kniesiology. "I think it's going to be a step harder than JC football, but it's nothing I can't handle."

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Ceasar averaged 32 yds per kickoff return, scoring two TDs. He generated 169.6 all-purpose yards, fifth out of all California junior colleges. He is rated as a one star recruit by Scout.

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According to, Abilene Christian is picking up two from Blinn College.

Listed as signed is punter Mark Sprague, who averaged 39.8 yds per punt with 20% of his punts inside the 20 yard line.

Listed as committed is linebacker Vernon Brooks, who had 44 tackles, with 10.5 for losses and 4.5 sacks. UAB and Texas Southern are reported to have offered scholarships as well.

They are both ranked as one star recruits by Scout.
Recruiting diary: Heating up for SVHS WR
Cody Matthews mentions Incarnate Word as having an in-home visit, offering a scholarship and scheduling an official on-campus visit in January. Abilene Christian has visited Matthews on-campus. Truman State has come down for an in-home visit, ditto Texas State. Official on-campus visits include Rice and Texas State, in addition to UIW.

Matthews (Scout Profile) is listed as a two star recruit by Scout and Rivals.
Hard work paying off for New Waverly senior
Mentions Eastern New Mexico (and Rice) as looking at him.

Saulsberry is listed as a one star recruit by Scout.
South Carolina Pursuing Ward
Safety Rashaad Johnson is transferring from Arkansas to Northeastern State. Johnson played in 11 games and started twice as a junior. He finished with 20 tackles and one interception, but didn't play in the finale because of an abdominal strain.

Johnson said he is transferring to Northeastern State. The senior will be eligible immediately."I just felt like it was necessary for me (to leave Arkansas)," Johnson said. "Some things happened, and it'd just be better if I went to another school."

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