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Justin Feagin commits

Florida dual-threat QB Justin Feagin has given his commitment to Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan Wolverines. Feagin, who traveled to Ann Arbor this weekend, gave his word during the official visit.

Feagin had favored West Virginia when Rich Rodriguez left for Michigan, and his interest moved with the new Wolverines headman. The offensive scheme was a large selling point for Feagin. He is a two-star prospect on Scout, and a three-star on Rivals. He is a small-school prospect whose numbers were good, but didn't translate into rankings because of the competition he played against (see: Mike Hart). He was an all-area selection his senior year (as a defensive back, though many of the stats listed in his blurb are from the QB position).

Those who are both interested in Feagin's film and have a program that plays Windows Media files (I fit only one of these criteria) can click here for video goodness from Sunshine Preps. Also, highlights of the state championship game here. Feagin looks good on offense, bad on defense.

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“Justin Feagin commits”

  1. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    Finally, A QB!

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  3. Blogger feaginfan Says:

    I was Feagin's Head Coach in junior high and have seen most of his games through high school. He was an all-state safety as a junior. He amassed 2800 total yards from scrimmage as a spread option QB as a senior. He scored 25 rushing TD's and threw for 21, over 1000 total rushing, over 1000passing. He was an all-area, first team selection as a QB and made the Palm Beach Post offensive player of the year, as well as the Sun-Sentinel offensive player of the year in South Florida (If you didn't know, South Florida is loaded with athletes). He is a four year starter at QB. He could have, and would have, started at any skill position, at any high school in the nation. The better the competion, the better he plays. Terrell Pryor would be pulling splinters out of his butt if he were to attend Michigan. Feagin is the next Pat White, only better. Remember this posting, it's only a matter of time before Feagin is a household name. In addition, he is a great kid with high morals and values from a great family

  4. Blogger j Says:

    now he is a household name because he tried to do a drug deal