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Cordarrian Richardson Update, Will He Sign?

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Recruiting takes unpredictable twists and turns on National Signing Day. The recruitment of Memphis running back Cordarrian Richardson is no exception. On the day before signing day, Richardson announced that he would delay his commitment until he could visit Michigan State, presumably sometime next week. This news quickly became the talk of the recruiting world.
It was a short-lived story; however, as news broke just hours later that the 4-star running back will, in fact, sign the dotted line on Wednesday. He is expected to sign at 9 a.m. (CSD) at his school.
The presumed finalists are UCF, Ole Miss and Rutgers. With the way this recruitment has gone, do not be surprised if he signs with a school not on that list. On Tuesday night, Ole Miss extended an offer to unranked Isaiah Woullard, a 2-star running back out of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and he committed on the spot. This seems to be a hint that Richardson will not be signing with the Rebels today, but crazier things have happened.
It certainly seems that Ole Miss has lost out on another top running back, but only time will tell if that is true. Keep your eyes peeled for his announcement at 9 a.m. central time.


By Cole Crenshaw, an intern and a student of the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. He can be reached at tccrensh@go.olemiss.edu.
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