Indian River LB Jaquan Yulee Sets Decision Date

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Indian River (Chesapeake, VA) rising senior linebacker Jaquan Yulee will announce his college commitment on Thursday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m. Multiple outlets report that the 6’2″, 235-pound Yulee, a 4-star prospect, will choose from five finalists: Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State, North Carolina and Virginia Tech.

In an interview with TechSideline.com during “The Opening: D.C.” last month, Yulee said he would likely commit around Signing Day. He obviously has changed his mind in terms of timing. It is no surprise, though, to see Alabama, Florida State, North Carolina and Virginia Tech in the final five.

“UNC and Virginia Tech have been there with me from the beginning. FSU is a top school, and the Alabama visit I made was amazing,” Yulee said at “The Opening.”

Of the five finalists, I see this race likely coming down to Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia Tech. Yulee has visited all three schools, including UNC several times. He was scheduled to attend Virginia Tech’s Spring Game

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  1. We need a head football coach who is a convincing and effective “closer” like some of these other schools have.

  2. So, similar to a short jury deliberation having meaning for how they are likely to decide, is there any hints as to why the change from a Signing Day announcement to June, and what it might mean?

  3. …anything to the Carolina blue in his tweet? That color make me sick to my stomach.

  4. Spoke to some close to IR football they feel he is going to Alabama
    But Yulee is an ideal LB in Buds defense this coach told me
    his grades are avg at best

  5. Would be shocked if he signs with us. Irony is this is probably the most ideal situation for him in terms of early playing time and being in state:

  6. So is VT a possibility? One part of the article lists VT as a finalist with a quote from Jaquan, but Horne lists Uva as a finalist and not Tech.

  7. Opening paragraph says UVA a finalist … later on quote says the Hokies are one of the five finalists. Please clarify.

  8. choose from five finalists: Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State, North Carolina and Virginia.

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