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Ty Isaac Chooses Southern Cal

Running back Ty Isaac from Joliet (Ill.) Catholic High School committed to Southern California on Tuesday.

Isaac, who’s considered the nation’s No. 6 running back by ESPNU,┬áchose USC over Auburn, Michigan and Notre Dame. He visited all four schools during the spring. Other schools to offer a scholarship to Isaac include Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio State and Oklahoma.

“I just got out on (USC’s) campus and loved everything about it,” Isaac told told the Chicago Sun-Times. “The players, the coaches, the people around the program, everything they took me through. I knew it was the right fit.”

Isaac is USC’s sixth commitment for the class of 2013. Five of those players are ranked on the ESPNU 150 list.

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Florida Lands Tight End For 2012

Tight end Colin Thompson from Archbishop Wood (Pa.) Catholic High School has committed to Florida.

I just wanted to get it out of the way now,” Thompson said on Thursday. “It’s just the right place for me, and it’s the right fit.”

Thompson, who chose the Gators over Boston College and Wisconsin, credited a close relationship he’s built with Florida coach Will Muschamp.

“He’s a guy who’d run through a wall for you,” Thompson said. “He’s just a great guy, a great family guy.”

Thompson is the 10th commitment for Florida’s class of 2012.

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SEC Weekend Commitment News

Here is the news regarding commitments and SEC prospects from the weekend.

-Arkansas received a commitment from wide receiver Kane Whitehurst from Chattahoochee High School in Alpharetta, Ga.

Whitehurst is the 28th commitment in the class of 2011 for Arkansas.

-South Carolina picked up a commitment from athlete Ahmad Christian from Trinity Christian High School in Jacksonville, Fla. Christian committed during an official visit to South Carolina this weekend.

They treated me very well on my visit,” he said. “They’re giving me my number next year. I’m glad to be a Gamecock and have Coach (Steve) Spurrier take me under his wing. It feels great.”

South Carolina has 31 commitments for the 2011 class.

-Linebacker Demarius Rancifer from Pensacola (Fla.) Catholic High School committed to Kentucky during the weekend.

“I just decided it was time to do it,” Rancifer told “Kentucky was the school I knew for quite some time that I wanted to attend. I was just making sure I took a look at all my options before I made it official.”

Kentucky has 20 commitments for 2011.

-Tennessee received a commitment from defensive back Geraldo Orta from Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Ga.

The Vols have 22 commitments for 2011.

-Ole Miss received a commitment from defensive tackle Uriah Grant from Fullerton (Calif.) Community College. Grant, who’s originally from Miramar, Fla., chose the Rebels over Washington, according to

Ole Miss has 26 commitments for 2011.

-Vanderbilt received commitments from three prospects: defensive backs Jacquese Kirk and Jahmel McIntosh and tight end Steven Scheu.

Kirk had been committed to Louisville.

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Vanderbilt Lands Pensacola Teammates

Vanderbilt has received commitments from quarterback Shaun White and running back Marquis Sumler from Catholic High School in Pensacola Fla.

The two players gave their commitment to Vanderbilt on Thanksgiving Day.

It just seems like the best time,” White told the Pensacola News Journal. “Everybody’s happy. Everybody’s enjoyin’ life. Why not today?”

Vanderbilt, which is officially searching for a new head coach, now has 13 commitments for the 2011 class.

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