Irizarry commitment may not be final

"Ohio State hasn't talked to me," tight end Louis Irizarry said. "They've respected my commitment to Miami."
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"But my mom called them to see how things are. She talked to coach Tressel."

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"Miami got a junior college tight end. I won't jump to any conclusions. But I've thought about it some. I'm going to ask coach Coker about it."
"I want to see if that changes their plans for me. I think the junior college tight end has already started school. They have six tight ends on scholarship now."
"We'll see. It could change some things."
"I'm pretty sure if I changed again it would be back to Ohio State."
"Miami's offense might be a better fit for me, but if there's not a good chance to play early then I definitely have to look into it again."
"My parents like Ohio State, but they're pretty supportive of anything I do. If I would go that far away (Miami), they want to make sure everything is perfect."
The 6-foot-5 and 235 pounder from Youngstown (Ohio) Ursuline caught 35 passes for 789 yards during his senior season. Irizarry scored nine times.