Demorea Stringfellow is one of the better receiver recruits in California, out of Moreno Valley Rancho Verde High School. Stringfellow is a receiver prospect who hails from the same high school as current Florida Gator defensive end and former five star prospect, Ronald Powell, as well as current USC tight end Junior Pomee. Stringfellow has established himself among the best wide receivers in California in 2011, as he collected 981 yards and 15 touchdowns receiving on just 45 receptions. So far this offseason, he has been able to garner close to 15 scholarships from programs such as Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State and UCLA.
The Huskers added a Texas prospect to the 2013 recruiting class with the commitment of College Station (TX) A&M Consolidated defensive tackle Christian Lacouture on Saturday afternoon
Ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals and 247Sports, Scout has Lacouture as a four-star recruit. He was committed to Texas A&M for more than a year, but opened up his recruitment again in March. Baylor, LSU, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, and Utah all offered the high school defensive end.
Raleigh, N.C. kicker Niklas Sade - considered one of the nation’s best high school all-around kicking talents - wanted to play for a school that would need a kicker in 2011. Nebraska fit the bill. Defensive ends coach John Papuchis extended to Sade an invitation to attend the Huskers’ kicking camp.
By the way, one of my Bucs peeps tells me that the word around the Bucs is that Gruden could be going to Notre Dame to replace Charlie Weis. Sounds a little farfetched, but as the theory goes: The school will buy out Weis as soon as he signs his recruiting class, in two or three weeks, and hire Gruden. Heard from someone close to the Notre Dame program that there's a weird vibe around the football offices. Hmmm.