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Coolidge recruits open to change

Stunning news from Coolidge. A football recruit (or two or three) might be changing his mind about his college choice.

Colts assistant coach Deric Davis called to say Avery Williams, who earlier this month committed to Utah and planned to enroll this spring, isn't so sure about that now. Davis said Utah had a couple of questions about Williams's transcript, and it probably didn't ease the Utes' concerns when Williams took an official visit to West Virginia two weeks ago.

"His letter of intent from both schools is here [at Coolidge], so it's a toss-up as to where he'll go," Davis said.

Next on the list is wide receiver Josh Ford, who told New Mexico that he would sign with the Lobos, now appears to be headed toward Temple, according to Davis, who said New Mexico was likely going to put Ford in a junior college. What Temple plans to do with Ford is not clear, according to Davis.

Then, there's defensive back Eriq Lewis, who was set to sign with Old Dominion. He was about to buy a Monarchs' team hat to wear when he signs on Wednesday. But Massachusetts has been making a late push and could get Lewis.

Finally, there's wide receiver Martize Barr who's....not changing his mind and will go to New Mexico.

By Alan Goldenbach  | February 2, 2010; 11:26 AM ET
Categories:  Coolidge, Football  
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