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Orlando sentinel lists NIU as having two commits but they list
three, two of which are Salvant and Toussaint last years commits?
The other listed is QB Chris Carr, 6-3/185, Ft Lauderdale St Thomas Aquinas. Also I do not see that LB talked about earlier, was it romeo davis or something similar, was not yet listed as a Miami commit. Take
all this with a grain of salt. I will check again later in the day.
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02-04-2004 12:53 PM
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All three guys that you mentioned were part of last year's class. Carr was a walk-on or something.
02-04-2004 01:02 PM
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went back to that link and it is back down. Hopefully for corrections.
some were new commits for 2004 that i recognize for fsu usf etc.
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02-04-2004 01:39 PM
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