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A lot could change from now until national signing day on February 6. In football recruiting there is always some last minute things that develop as the national letters of intent are sent in via fax machine. Let’s hope that is the case with 4-star defensive end Jason Hatcher.
Late last week Hatcher’s recruiting was in a state of flux. A week ago Hatcher announced via his Twitter account that he had de-committed from USC and he was “wide open.” At that point, I’d say Louisville fans felt solid about where the homegrown prospect would end up. However, USC wasn’t going down without a fight and Kentucky’s new head coach Mark Stoops was involved as well.
On Thursday evening, Ed Orgeron, USC’s defensive/recruiting coordinator flew across the country for an in-home visit with Hatcher. Over the weekend Hatcher was in Lexington, KY., for what was believed to be some type of unofficial visit, but Hatcher hasn’t confirmed that his trip to Lexington had anything to do with the Kentucky footba...
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The Dallas Cowboys have released a statement regarding DWI arrest of defensive tackle Jay Ratliff. You can read it below.
“Having recently experienced the most tragic of circumstances regarding this issue, we, as an organization, understand the ultimate consequences of driving while impaired.
We know that one incident is too many.
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There had been many rumors going around about Trinity’s Jason Hatcher joining James Quick and coming to Louisville next year. Just last week, Hatcher decommited from USC and was rumored to either be going to Kentucky or Louisville. Well both of these rumors were disproven as Hatcher recommited to USC.
Hatcher was supposed to take an official visit to Louisville last weekend...
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