- @JWagner11W 2014 DB Quincy Wilson says he will decide in August or after his five official visits.
- Brady Taylor names Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, and West Virginia as his top 5
No decision today...— Jermaine Eluemunor (@TheMainShow_) July 5, 2013
The county’s top JUCO OT Jermaine Eluemunor is expected to announce his plans later today, believed to be choosing between Ohio State and UCLA. While a commitment today would seem like a potential end to his saga, it is still possible Eluemunor might not be "done done". Eluemunor committed to UCLA only a month ago, only to be wooed by Ohio State enough to feel the need to either reconfirm his commitment to the Bruins or flip to the Buckeyes. And if he doesn't commit at all, it's certainly more than possible he still takes visits elsewhere and/or reopens his process.
The sophomore from Lackawanna Community College is listed at 6’6, 300 lbs. Despite his size, Eluemunor is able to get out of his stance fast to reach the second level, as well as utilize his instincts to ward off defenders in both pass protection and running situations. Eluemunor is often compared to former Florida State and current Oakland Raiders OT Menelik Watson, who, like Eluemunor, is from Great Britain.
The Opening Dream Team (247Sports)
BEAVERTON, Ore. – With the conclusion of The Opening, we take a look at the best of the event through our Opening Dream Team. If we were drafting the perfect 7on7 team based on this week’s performances at The Opening, this is what the team would look like.
The Opening: Joe Mixon Update (scout)
Oakley (Calif.) Freedom running back Joe Mixon came in to The Opening as a five star prospect with a big national reputation and if possible, only added to his already high stock.
Joe Mixon is a tremendous talent and might have been the most impressive running back in the event. Now mind you, running back is probably the one position that doesn’t always translate well to 7 on 7 since there is no pads and no hitting, but Mixon still managed to shine.