Handle with care.
Demar Dorsey, a highly touted safety from Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., High School, is apparently going to play football at the University of Louisville. A four-star recruit, Dorsey was pursued by several major programs before choosing Michigan over Florida State in February.
Michigan, however, declined to admit Dorsey, releasing him from his national letter of intent. No reason given but one can guess. Twice charged with felonies as a juvenile, he was acquitted of a charge of robbery with a deadly weapon in 2008, and an earlier burglary charge was dismissed. Source.
ESPN describes Dorsey as “a remarkable athlete who has a great combination of athleticism and toughness. He has very good size and could even put on some bulk and not lose any of his speed or quickness … as a defensive back he is the entire package.”
Dorsey will be eligible to play in September. Can’t see him red shirting.
Charlie Strong is adding a significant challenge to his already lengthy list at U of L. Dorsey had better be good on and off the field.
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