Virginia WR makes his pick

Highland Springs, Va. wide receiver Harry Lee Daniel has decided to stay close to home. The 6-foot-0, 183-pounder has committed to play his college football in town at the University of Richmond.
"I committed there last month," he said. "I decided on Richmond because I get to play close to home and it's a chance for my family to see me play.
"I also like the atmosphere there and I enjoyed hanging out with the players."
Richmond picked up a new coach recently, Virginia assistant Mike London.
"I've talked to Coach London and he seems like a great guy," he stated. "I think he has the program going in the right direction."
Daniel discussed his decision a bit more.
"I feel like I made the best decision for me and my family," he said. "I get to go to a great school with a great education, plus I get a chance to play for the national championship."
What are his chances for playing?
"We haven't discussed that much, but I probably will not redshirt. I think they want me to come in and make an immediate impact."
Daniel selected Richmond over offers from Temple, Navy, Delaware, Liberty and James Madison.