Lowndes High School linebacker and wide receiver Josh Harvey-Clemons is one of the nation's top football recruits. Some of the top schools in the country, including major SEC programs like Florida and Georgia, are clamoring over the Valdosta, Ga. native. To ease the minds of the fans of those teams, Harvey-Clemons went on the radio Tuesday night, one night before National Signing Day, to narrow his choices down from four to three schools.
Considering how big of a deal National Signing Day is and considering how fanatical some college football fans can be, many likely tuned in to listen. Unfortunately for them, after two hours of talking, Harvey-Clemons said nothing at all.
Just to clarify here, Josh Harvey-Clemons went on a radio show to cut his teams by one. The show llasted two hours. Reporters came. No cut
Harvey-Clemons has visited the Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles and Miami Hurricanes. Considering how big those teams are and how many fans they have, right now there a lot of very disappointed and borderline mad fans in America's Southeast region.
Luckily for them, they won't have to wait much longer to find out exactly where Harvey-Clemons will be showcasing his skills in 2012. He is scheduled to appear on ESPNU at 9:15 a.m. (ET) to make an official announcement on his decision. He has 20 minutes of air time before Tracy Howard goes on the air to make his announcement so hopefully he can figure out how this whole thing works in less than a quarter of the time.