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"The decision probably will be delayed until at least late January, once his official visits are done. Michigan will be this weekend, Alabama on Jan. 11 and Ohio State on Jan. 18. "So my decision date will be maybe around Jan. 20 or even signing day,"
Probably not much in the way of new News, but here's the article:
Cass Tech's David Dawson hearing primarily from Michigan, Alabama and Ohio State
December 13, 2012
Even after a few months of serious observation, David Dawson still doesn't know which university he will attend.
Cass Tech's outstanding offensive guard, who was committed to Michigan for much of 2012 and then decommitted in October, said he's hearing primarily from three schools -- Michigan, Alabama and Ohio State -- and probably won't decide until later in January.
"Those are the three I'm listening to," he said Wednesday at the Free Press/National Football Foundation Dream Team banquet at the Dearborn Inn. "All three programs have a lot to offer, in football, academics, and Ohio State and Michigan are close to home. Alabama, that's a great program."
The decision probably will be delayed until at least late January, once his official visits are done.
Michigan will be this weekend, Alabama on Jan. 11 and Ohio State on Jan. 18.
"So my decision date will be maybe around Jan. 20 or even signing day," he said.
His criteria for the schools?
"My position coach, his record for putting kids in the league, a college and distance, even though Alabama is quite far, and other than that, the family atmosphere," he said.
But going through the process remains an important part after realizing the first time he wasn't completely certain.
While U-M's policy for decommitments is that it will not guarantee it will hold the spot for the player if he takes other visits, Dawson's Rivals.com ranking as the nation's No. 6 offensive guard means his spot probably will be available.
"After I decommitted, I knew I was going to take as many visits as I could to make sure the next decision I made would be the right one and I didn't have to go through anything like this again," Dawson said.
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