Found February 06, 2013 on The Lady Sportswriter:
George Adeosun’s name began to gain some traction about a week ago; coaches saw his film at a coaching convention held in the post-season and his Division-I prospects lit up like a Christmas Tree—he received as many as six offers in 48-hours. Among his many suitors were the Georgia Bulldogs, who made a real push for him over the past week, but there were no guarantees he would sign with them in the end—despite familial ties to the university (his father attended the University of Georgia)—as the late nature of the offer left little time for an official visit to the Athens, GA campus. That said, Adeosun made the decision this morning to sign with the University of VIrginia and, based on some of the statements I’ve seen him make in interviews, I can’t say I’m surprised; Adeosun might be a football player, but he is clearly more interested in using his talents more as a tool to get him into a premiere academic university than into the NFL; he at one point was considering attending Stan...
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