Posted February 27, 2013 on recruiting.scout.com
Moeller (OH) junior Sam Hubbard may have committed to play lacrosse at Notre Dame, but that hasn't stopped schools from trying to get him onto the gridiron. Check out where he stands in his recruitment for both sports.
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