Richardson wants more BCS attention

Darrion Richardson transferred to Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage from crosstown school Atlantic for his senior year. Now Richardson's move is starting to pay off for his recruitment.
Playing on the same team as five-star running back Greg Bryant certainly helps as college coaches' flock to every game and practice. Richardson noted, "Greg brings a lot of coaches by to see the team. I just try to make the most of it."
The athletic safety understands the recruiting process after seeing his cousin Darius Millines go through the crazy ride before committing to Illinois. He plans on taking his time and talking over his decision with his parents.

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He claims Cincinnati is recruiting him the hardest, but a pair of BCS schools are keeping tabs. Richardson's coach has told him Miami and West Virginia are close to offering. The 'Canes are his dream school followed by his other childhood favorite Florida State.
Last fall, he posted three interceptions, but was limited with an ankle injury. This season, Richardson has grabbed two interceptions while blocking a field goal try and is back to full strength. The two-star prospect hopes he lands his dream offer from the Hurricanes and starts to gain more BCS interest.