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Jay Harris was a highly rated wide receiver prospect out of Downingtown East high school in nearby Exton, PA. The school located has an amazingly rich tradition of excellent football, and churning out excellent football players.
Alumni of Downingtown East include, former Delaware Blue Hen and current Dolphins backup Pat Devlin and many more. Senior wide receiver prospect Jay Harris was supposed to be next in the lineage of outstanding football players.
Then something completely insane happened along the way. The 5-foot-11 162 pound Harris decided he wanted to be a rapper recently.
Harris was a Michigan State recruit who was expected to do big things. Jay Harris is no longer a Michigan State recruit according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, and now goes by the moniker of “Jay DatBull.”
For those who may not understand the language of my city, DatBull, is simply slang for “that boy.”
Both parties involved say they walked away from each other. Harris says he made the decision on his...
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This has to be one of the strangest decommitments you’ll ever see in college sports. Jay Harris, a wide receiver from Exton, PA, was committed to the Michigan State Spartans since June 2012, but recently decided that his heart really wasn’t into playing college football. No, he wanted to pursue a career as a rap artist instead.
He goes by the name Jay DatBull in the rap game...
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Jay Harris, a wide receiver from Downingtown East High School in Exton, Pa., is foregoing a football scholarship to pursue a rap career, Philly.com’s Matt Breen reports.
Harris is a senior and had 54 catches for 792 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. He was listed as a three-star recruit by Rivals and Scout, but he says he had been thinking about his rap career for a while.
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Jay Harris, a three-star wide receiver recruit out of Exton, Pa., has opted to bail on a full-ride scholarship to play for Michigan State in order to pursue a rap career, Philly.com reported. Harris signed his letter of intent with the Spartans back in February and was expected to join the team this fall.
Harris said his commitment to Michigan State last year...
This isn’t the first time that a recruit has bailed on a commitment to a school, but it is definitely the first time that a recruit has bailed in order to pursue a rap career.
Three-star wide receiver Jay Harris from Exton, PA, decided to bail on his commitment to the Michigan State Spartans in order to pursue his rap career. He goes by the name Jay DatBull and his first single...
Jay Harris will no longer be attending Michigan State University, and it seems that both parties are just fine with that decision. Harris, who is a three-star recruit, had posted nine rap videos on YouTube under the name “Jay DatBull” and each of them weren’t exactly ‘PG’ rated. Not surprisingly there was plenty of cursing and references to the usual hot button issues...
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