Army All American Game 2012: Deon Bush Commits to Miami
The Army All American Game has just kicked off, and there is already a big commitment that has fallen off the board. The first one of the day comes from safety Deon Bush and he has committed to the Miami Hurricanes.
Miami already had a safety commit in Rayshawn Jenkins but Bush is much more talented. He's one of the more athletic and fastest safeties in this years class. At 6'1", 175 pounds, he's very tall and long and is capable of covering a lot of ground on the field.
He's a good open field tackler, has a knack for the big play and with his speed, can be a threat in the return game as well.
Bush had offers from several schools and had official visits with Miami, Auburn and Alabama. He's raked as the fifth best safety by Rivals.com, number 16 by Scout.com and number four by ESPN.com. This was a solid pickup for the Hurricanes and will likely keep them as a top 10 class on most recruiting sites.
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Randy Chambers is a B/R Featured Columnist that covers College Football and the NFL. You can contact him @Randy_Chambers or Randy.Chambers7@yahoo.com
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