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Wide Receiver Still Set on Syracuse, But Others Lurk

What a weekend. I'm sure the talk still centers around DeMatha's stunning WCAC title game victory over Good Counsel. But let's start today's recruiting talk with another player who had a big game this weekend: Arundel wide receiver Alec Lemon, who led the Wildcats back to the Maryland 4A semifinals.

Lemon over the summer committed to play for Syracuse. And while the Orange have fired Coach Greg Robinson, Lemon said he remains intent on playing in the Carrier Dome. This season, he leads the Washington area in all receiving categories, with 87 catches for 1,339 yards and 21 touchdowns.

"I'm going up there on the 6th and by that time I think they should have an idea who the coach will be," Lemon said. "My parents and I talked. We know college coaches don't stay a long time. We want to stay with SYracuse. We love it up there."

Just in case Lemon changes his mind, Vanderbilt, Stanford and James Madison are among the schools that have made recent inquiries regarding his ability and transcript.

By Josh Barr  | November 24, 2008; 11:43 AM ET
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I am glad that Alec Lemon did not consider Maryland

I loved this result:

Florida State -- 37
Maryland -- 3

Another stellar performance on National TV - recruiting will be a joke again for the Twerps.


Boston College --- 37
Maryland --- 13

Say hello to Boise, Idaho - Terps

I am extremely happy that Maryland stopped recruiting Tavon Austin

Caleb Porzel should sign with Penn State

Jeleani Jenkins will be signing with Florida or Penn State -- Thank God

Posted by: hclark1 | November 25, 2008 5:11 PM | Report abuse

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