Posted December 19, 2012 on
Cory Helms made his commitment to Wake Forest in June. At the time, he was just the second commitment in the Demon Deacon recruiting class. After six months, Helms is still solid and has a big December planned with a visit to Houston for the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl on the 30th.
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Truthfully, most of everything could and should go under The Good, but I'll do my best to narrow it down.
Really good defense, especially on-ball pressure. The Deacs had some questionable defense early, but after they started pressing Furman, they started forcing turnovers (13 for the game, though it felt like more), it really opened things up for them. Aaron Rountree...
Wake Forest is bringing in another athlete from South Florida. That should be no surprise to anyone familiar with the Demon Deacon roster. Wendell Dunn, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound outside linebacker out of Miami Palmetto Senior High School gave his verbal pledge to The Deacons Sunshine State recruiter, Ray McCartney, last week.