1. Fort Pierce, Florida defensive end Sharieff Rhaheed-Muhammed has committed to LSU. He also had offers from Tennessee, Ole Miss and Louisville.
2. Florida’s seventh commitment of the class of 2014 is offensive lineman Joseph Paul from New Orleans. Paul, 6-f00t-4 and 340 pounds, chose the Gators over Oklahoma, Florida State, Texas and Texas A&M. ”I prayed and I asked God to give me a sign and when I woke up this morning I was thinking about Florida and I took that as my sign,” Paul said. “I felt real good when I went there — it felt like home.”
3. Oxford, Alabama running back Racean Thomas tweeted his top five list and then tweeted again to make a correction. He forgot to include Ole Miss. The rest of the top six is Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Georgia, and Oregon. Thomas is rated a four-star recruit.
4. Georgia’s Camden County High School now has two recruits committed to Alabama. Athlete Chris Williams follows in the footsteps of cornerback Kalverez Bessent. Camden County head coach Jeff Herron: ”It’s pretty hard to blame anybody for wanting to play at Alabama. They are a cut above everybody else.” The AJC.com got reaction from Bessent on being joined at Alabama by his high school teammate. “I’m excited about us playing together in college. Chris is like a brother to me. We’ve been playing football together since the sixth or seventh grade. We’re going to continue to push each other and work hard together.”
5. West Mesquite, Texas safety Dylan Sumner-Gardner will join former high school teammate Kameron Miles at Texas A&M this fall. This scouting report says he has “good hands, exceptional instincts and displays an above-average ability to shed blockers while trying to make tackles.”
6. Coalfield High School (TN) sophomore lineman Zach Stewart received a scholarship offer from Tennessee Tuesday. He was visiting practice and was stunned by the offer. “I couldn’t collect myself to speak there for a minute. It was something I didn’t expect. It was something that was really important to me. It was a really good feeling.” While Stewart didn’t commit, he called playing for Tennessee a dream since grade school.