NCF On The Trail: jermaine grace

Miami gets ESPN 150 LB 

February, 6, 2013
ESPN 150 linebacker Jermaine Grace committed to Miami on Wednesday afternoon, choosing the Hurricanes over Louisville and Tennessee.

Grace joins four-star wide receiver Stacy Coley as two of the Hurricanes' signing day commitments. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound linebacker cited education and distance as his two primary reasons for staying close to home.

"I loved the educational programs at Miami and I really got close to the staff and the players," Grace said. "Playing with my former teammate Tracy Howard is also something I am looking forward to.

Former Miramar products Howard and wide receiver Malcolm Lewis both signed with Miami last year.

What is the impact of Grace's decision?

NSD TV announcement schedule

January, 31, 2013
National signing day is just around the corner on Feb. 6. That day, a number of the nation’s top football recruits will announce their college destinations and 18 ESPN 300 prospects are scheduled to do so on ESPNU.

Below is the full schedule of announcements on ESPNU, which kicks off with the nation’s No. 1 overall prospect, Robert Nkemdiche, making his long-awaited decision at 7:30 a.m. ET.

Note: All times are Eastern

Kentucky hosting large Florida contingent 

January, 11, 2013
Several Sunshine State prospects will be visiting Mark Stoops’ Kentucky Wildcats this weekend.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Four-star outside linebacker Jermaine Grace (Miramar, Fla./Miramar) knows of at least two official visits he will take. The 6-foot-1, 196-pound athlete holds offers from schools such as Florida State, Miami, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USF and many others.

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The 7th annual Heath Evans Foundation 7-on-7 tournament will be loaded with FBS talent when the first pass is thrown Saturday morning in West Palm Beach, Fla.

ESPN 150/300 Prospects

Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Tampa (Fla.) Wharton (No. 4)

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