A record of 8-16 at Michigan can make coaches do some strange things. Star recruit Demar Dorsey confessed to burglarizing two homes in one day in South Florida in 2007, according to police reports and interviews, but Rodriguez suggested it was just a.
DB Demar Dorsey ... situation. Dorsey, sadly, never did latch on anywhere else. He was unable to get into Louisville. He spent one year at Grand Rapids Community College's now defunct program. He then committed to Hawaii, but settled at Arizona Western.
Following two unsuccessful seasons in Ann Arbor, Rich Rodriguez was a desperate man as he pursued the 2010 recruiting class and that desperation led to perhaps the biggest mistake in Michigan's recruiting history - the signing of Demar Dorsey. Ranked a.
Per Feldman, Dorsey is expected to arrive at the school in July. Feldman also writes on Twitter that “Hawaii will have to petition NCAA for Demar Dorsey to be eligible this fall”, presumably referring to the academic side of the equation as Dorsey has.
Demar Dorsey’s story could turn out ... At one point one of the country’s most coveted recruits at safety, Dorsey, who has never played a down of FBS football, has reportedly committed to play at Hawaii this fall. Dorsey, the cousin of Michigan.
For every Isaac Bruce, though, there are many more Demar Dorsey’s ... attempting to transfer to Louisville. Dorsey played for Grand Rapids Community College in 2011 and did not qualify academically at Hawaii the next year. He then played one season.
LOS ANGELES » Southern California freshman running back Dillon Baxter was suspended for the season opener at Hawaii. Trojans coach Lane Kiffin ... and signed with Cincinnati in February. And Demar Dorsey, the highest-rated recruit in Michigan’s 2010.
The two have traveled to Hawaii as recently as December ... It's certainly more low key than the vacation Jack Dorsey recently took. The Twitter co-founder was spotted in St Barts on a yacht with a model. Here's one of the photos from the trip, via.
Naya Rivera gives her boyfriend Big Sean bunny ears in these new pictures from their vacation to Hawaii this week. “He’s awesome and I’m really happy and I feel like I’m in a really good place in my life. So yeah, we’re doing really well!”.
It appears Demar Dorsey is going tropical. The former Michigan football five-star defensive back signee will reportedly continue his college football career with coach Norm Chow at Hawaii, according to CBS college football writer Bruce Feldman. Feldman.