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It's been a frustrated few months for three-star Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Oakland defensive back Tyler Black as he works his way back from a broken leg he suffered during the fall.
But now that he's back to 100 percent, he's ready to show what he can do.
"I think I would be rolling right now if it weren't for the injury," said Black, who's still waiting on his first offer. "I'm ready to go to camps and show them like I did before. What they need to see I'll give it to them."
Plenty of schools are still showing Black consistent interest, including Kentucky, Duke and Ole Miss. Right now the Blue Devils have been the most consistent in their efforts.
"Duke has been around the most for sure," Black said. "They came by to see me twice, once when I was still on crutches and once recently. Plus I've been keeping in touch with Coach Faris. He tells me they really like me they just want to make sure I'm healthy."
Black said he's keeping close tabs on the schools that have stuck with him during the injury and will remember it down the road.
"I respect them the most because that means a lot to me," Black said. "If you're looking at me and I'm injured while everyone is dropping off it shows that you believe in me and what I can do and that means a lot."
Woody Wommack is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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