Found July 01, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Less than a week after taking an unofficial visit to Louisville, Sharieff Rhaheed, a four-star outside linebacker has de-committed from LSU. Rhaheed and his high school teammate Rashawn Shaw, a three star defensive end, took an unofficial visits to Louisville last Tuesday. Just three days later, Shaw gave Charlie Strong a verbal pledge. Rhaheed is expected to do the same. His decommitment from LSU is definitely a step in the right direction for Louisville. Rhaheed, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound prospect, picked up a scholarship offer from Louisville in February of this year. He also has offers from   Arkansas, Alabama, Cincinnati, North Carolina State, Michigan State, Penn State, Ole Miss & Tennessee among others. The Fort Pierce, FL., native is considered to be one of the top 20 linebackers in the country by Scout.com. He plays both defensive end and outside linebacker for his high school team. Rhaheed is projected to be a linebacker at the next level, but with his frame, I wouldn’t be...
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