Many times when your senior season is caught short it can affect your recruitment, fortunately for four-star linebacker, Joshua Tatum (6-0, 219, 4.66) from Oakland (Calif.) McClymonds that is not the case. He will resume his visits this weekend.
Tatum was scheduled to visit the Coral Gables campus earlier in the year, but had to cancel due to a hurricane.
"Joshua is blessed to be in the situation that he's in," McClymonds coach Alonzo Carter said. "He tore an ACL in our fourth game against Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey and he is still getting recruiting attention from all the major schools."
"All the head coaches from the colleges that have offered Joshua called ant told him that the scholarship was still there," Carter said. "Joshua has narrowed it down to four schools and they are Miami, Tennessee, USC and Cal."
"Joshua has already visited Tennessee," Carter said. "He will visit Miami this weekend (Nov. 18) and USC on December 3rd when they play UCLA. I think I'm going to make that one."
"Joshua should make up his mind shortly after his visit to USC," Carter said. "He kind of wants to get this done."
"The thing about Joshua is he's such a great kid," Carter said. "His rehab is going real well and he's been a great teammate since the injury."
"Joshua has really been there for his teammates and helping the team in any way he can."