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Lowcountry OL Re-opens His Recruitment!

by Shedrick Moorer 3 weeks ago
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This 2018 Lowcountry prospect announced his commitment to an in-state program last month, but after mulling over a few options, he’s decided to back off his pledge and re-open his recruitment. The local product informed us of the news earlier this morning. We have the details inside!

After committing to SC State, a little over a month ago, Fort Dorchester 2018 offensive lineman prospect, Avery Snipes, has decided to open things up with his recruiting.

“I know it’s kind of soon, but I thought it was best that I de-commit and give myself more time to think it over,” Snipes explained to The Inside Blitz. “There’s nothing wrong between me and the program or the coaches, but it was just the fact I need to look at my options to better suit my career.”

Snipes, who informed us of the news earlier today, mentioned that quite a few schools have been keying in on him, despite his commitment to the in-state Bulldogs.

“Limestone has been recruiting me extensively,” the 6-3, 280-pounder told us. “I’ve talked with Old Dominion, and Western Carolina is still trying to get me to come up, but I haven’t found a good time to do so. North Greenville’s coach told me that I am still one of their top athletes for this year’s class, and I just talked with Coach Hudson from CSU this morning. I just still feel like I’m not reaching the crowd of coaches that I can show my talents to. Because like Coach Henry from Charlotte told me, he had never heard of me when he came to visit our school, until he got there and watched my highlights with the coaches. He was wondering how I haven’t been heard of like that. So, I’m just waiting patiently for more to hop on board.”

We will keep you up to speed on this Fort D’s star recruitment, as the information trickles in!

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