- 4:42 pm Friday, August 20th, 2010 by Matt Porter
De’Joshua Johnson, a four-star recruit set to play for Florida State this fall, has been ruled academically ineligible. [More]
- 8:21 pm Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by Post Staff
With every signing ceremony, there must come at least a little theatrics…
At Pahokee, De’Joshua Johnson dug something Tennessee orange out of a box and tossed it over his shoulder before pulling out a Florida State hat and putting it on, Raheam Buxton threw a Miami hat into the crowd at the auditorium before donning a Western Michigan hat (Miami pulled its offer to him), and Chris Dunkley announced he was looking forward to the next THREE years at Florida.
Dunkley obviously has big plans for himself at Florida and beyond.
- 11:51 pm Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Everybody thinks they know, but nobody knows for sure — including me.
- 1:54 pm Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 by Jason Lieser
De’Joshua Johnson will play the recruiting game as long as he can. He has been committed to Florida State since last summer, but has taken every possible opportunity to milk his recruitment for more attention.
- 7:23 am Sunday, January 17th, 2010 by Jason Lieser
The University of Miami was the first school to identify Pahokee safety Raheam Buxton as a BCS prospect, doing so before Buxton had ever established any kind of reputation on the field, but Buxton has not heard from the Hurricanes recently.
- 11:29 am Friday, January 15th, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Pahokee wide receiver De’Joshua Johnson is committed to Florida State, but the word commitment has had different meanings to Johnson at different points in his recruitment.
Why the inconsistency?
- 9:18 am Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Don’t expect a slew of de-commitments from Florida State if Bobby Bowden retires today.
- 1:18 am Saturday, October 31st, 2009 by Post Staff
For anyone who was there, there’s no need to reiterate what an incredible game this was to watch. Lakes was a minute from wrapping up the upset when Pahokee came back to tie the game at 14.
First, some major credit goes to the Palm Beach Lakes defense, which has been strong all year. Really that’s what’s been carrying the Rams this season.