Stinson staying patient

Detroit Douglass three-star athlete Demetrius Stinson had a lot of momentum coming off a MVP performance at the VTO Camp in Cincinnati this spring. A late spring injury, though, stalled that momentum this summer.
"I had a high ankle sprain and it didn't allow me to participate in any camps," Stinson said. "I haven't heard from too many BCS schools since I was injured."
Stinson does hold an offer from Toledo, and plans to send film and attend fall games at Wisconsin, Michigan State and Nebraska in hopes of drumming up more attention.

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"I'm still getting high interest from schools like Western Michigan and Akron," Stinson said. "Those are the only two right now that are showing me love besides Toledo."
The offer from Toledo came in the month of April, and Stinson is strongly considering the Rockets.
"I've always liked them and they are a good school," Stinson said. "It is probably a high possibility I go there if nothing else comes my way."
The 5-foot-11, 203-pound Stinson rushed for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns on offense and recorded 44 tackles and an interception on defense as a junior. He will continue to be utilized on both sides of the football as a senior, expecting to see time at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, safety and cornerback.