High School Buzz 

Atlantic LB Jephete Matilus committed to Minnesota, listening to Kansas

  • 11:18 pm Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 by Matt Porter

The October firing of head coach Tim Brewster has left many Minnesota commits, like Atlantic’s Jephete Matulis, weighing other offers. [More]

Minnesota prospects play waiting game after school dismisses head coach

  • 11:49 pm Friday, October 22nd, 2010 by Jeff Greer

The area’s top Minnesota prospects are waiting for more information about the school’s firing of head coach Tim Brewster last week before discussing their recruitment any further.

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Dwyer’s Nick O’Leary will not play; Atlantic’s Jephete Matulis will play

  • 2:19 pm Friday, September 17th, 2010 by Matt Porter

Two Friday afternoon notes to pass along: [More]

Inside the contrasting coaching changes at Atlantic, Treasure Coast

  • 10:54 am Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 by Jeff Greer

Coaching changes almost always end up causing one of two results. The move could present a team with a completely new outlook and mindset, or it could hardly change anything other than who is calling the shots. 

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Atlantic LB Jephete Matilus changes commitment from Marshall to Minnesota

  • 1:09 pm Thursday, June 10th, 2010 by Post Staff

Atlantic linebacker Jephete Matilus (No. 13 on the Big Board) has changed his commitment from Marshall to Minnesota. Matilus (6-foot, 220) said he had been talking to Minnesota since the Gophers were recruiting his former teammate at Atlantic, running back Donnell Kirkwood. He committed to Marshall because he hadn’t received an offer from Minnesota but when it came, he made the switch.

“I always wanted to go there (Minnesota) but I didn’t have the offer,” said Matilus, who added his commitment is solid and won’t be changing.

Atlantic LB Jephete Matilus commits to Marshall

  • 8:33 am Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 by Jason Lieser

Chris Bean, Atlantic’s interim football coach, confirmed that linebacker Jephete Matilus committed to play for Marshall.

At this point in the process, when players still have more than nine months to change their minds, it is hard to say how much this matters. Bean said he is unsure how solid Matilus’ decision is.
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