One of nation's best QBs picks Tennessee over LSU/others

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  1. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/recruiting/news/story?id=1830772


    Monday, June 28, 2004


    By Bill Hodge
    CollegeSports.com


    One of the nation's top quarterback prospects, Jonathan Crompton of Waynesville-Tuscola, N.C., has chosen Tennessee over 60 offers, including Georgia and Miami-Florida. Among many others were Clemson, LSU, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Southern California, Virginia, Michigan and Nebraska. The Vols recently gained defensive back/running back Marsalous Johnson of Smyrna, Tenn., over Mississippi, Mississippi State and Wake Forest.



    Class 2005 Top 150 receiver Mohamed Massaquoi of Charlotte-Independence, N.C., has committed to the Georgia Bulldogs over Tennessee, Virginia, Clemson, Maryland, Michigan and North Carolina State, among others. Massaquoi, who caught 87 passes as a junior, joins prep teammate quarterback Joe Cox, who recently decommitted from Duke for the Bulldogs. Cox passed for 3,983 yards and 43 touchdowns last season.



    Class 2004 defensive back/athlete Michael Grant of Stone Mountain-Stephenson, Ga., had his application refused after signing with Georgia and is now expected to join Arkansas for this upcoming season.


    Defensive lineman Chase Pittman of Shreveport-Evangel Christian, La., has transferred from Texas to LSU. He played in 10 games for the Longhorns last season as a redshirt-freshman. His older brother, Cole, who had also signed with Texas, was killed in an automobile accident on a return trip to Austin in 2001.



    Mississippi State has a commitment from receiver Adron Chambers of Pensacola, Fla. The Bulldogs recently gained defensive back Keith Fitzhugh of Lovejoy, Ga., over Southern California, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Maryland and Vanderbilt.



    Maryland has 13 commitments after pledging running back Asaph Schwapp of Hartford-Weaver, Conn; and defensive back Chris Rogers of Lakeland-Evangel Christian, Fla. The Terps recently gained defensive linemen Jeremy Navarre of Joppa-Joppatowne, Md., over Penn State; and Barrod Heggs of Garden City, Ga.





    The Wisconsin Badgers have their third Class 2005 commitment in defensive lineman Dan Cascone of Newtown, Conn.



    Colorado has a Class 2005 commitment from defensive/offensive lineman Jeremy Hauck of Niwot, Colo.



    Baylor pledged linebacker Shon Brown of Waco, Tex; and offensive lineman Kellen Taylor of Richmond-Foster, Tex/Kilgore CC, Tex. The Bears recently gained running back/defensive back Quieto Teasley of Katy-Cinco Ranch, Tex., over Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Pittsburgh, Kansas and Wisconsin, among others.



    Class 2005 quarterback Kevin Lopina of Concord-De La Salle, Cal., is headed to Oregon State over offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Nebraska. The Beavers recently gained quarterback Sean Canfield of Carlsbad, Cal.



    Class 2005 receiver/athlete Brandon Gibson of Puyallup-Rogers, Wash., picked Washington State.



    Utah has a Class 2005 commitment from offensive/defensive lineman Tony Bergstrom of Salt Lake City-Skyline, Utah, who will first go on mission. The Utes also gained redshirt-freshman quarterback Mike Affleck of Provo-Timpview, Utah, who is transferring from Arizona State.
     
  2. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    I just realized by next year, we may be touting the Pittman boys on the D-line....Kirston and Chase....not bad
     

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