The reports are true that North Shore tight end Dajleon Farr met with LSU's Les Miles prior to leaving for the U.S. Army High School All-Star Game, but would it be enough to sway his commitment to the University of Miami.
"I want to squash all the rumors that I might be changing back to LSU," Farr said Tuesday at his high school. "I'm not. I'm a Hurricane."
In fact, Miami assistant coach Mario Cristobal was in town for an informal in-home visit with his family.
"I hadn't heard the rumors, but all I know is that he was calling and talking with kids at the all-star game about coming to Miami," North Shore coach David Aymond said. "He was doing a little recruiting for them."
Farr will be fitting into the Hurricane's 2005 plans, having been left with one tight end on the roster. Farr is currently working out and will be participating in the two throwing events for North Shore's track team.
Other North Shore athletes heading off to college include Freddie Patton (UTEP commit), Deion Gilliam (TSU or Central Michigan), Patrick Bowman (North Dakota State commit), Josh Jolivette (North Dakota State), Everett Edwards (Grambling State of Juco) and Tyrone Samuels (Grambling State or Juco).