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Devonaire Clarington

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Per an OB poster:

Clarington's issue has always been the transcript and trying to get it through the clearinghouse. That was going to be the challenge. Texas took a gamble on Clarington because sometimes those things fall your way, but by no means was it ever a guarantee he would make it to campus.

Both Horns247 and HornsDigest are now saying Devonaire Clarington won't qualify. Higdon is saying the reports/rumours are accurate. Jeff Howe mentioned that Texas might try to get him back after a year of prep school and/or try a sign-and-place with a junior college.​
I'm not saying it's true, I don't know. Just posting this as a take-it-or-leave-it.

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The problem is I think all the sites are basing his qualification on the fact that he started looking at junior colleges. Thing is that's fairly common for recruits that are grade risks. 


D'onta Foreman and Poona Ford did the same thing last year. Maybe they have other inside info, but it seems like they are basing these new reports on Clarington looking into JC's (which really doesn't tell me a thing, it's common). 

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While DeAndre McNeal gives up some height to Clarington, he also adds some agility and YAC advantage possibilities. McNeal could be a better blocker as well in the sense that he may have more of a take-one-for-team personality. (Pure conjecture on my part.)

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