Varsity Preps

Hialeah QB Committed but Listening

2014 QB Alin Edouard (Hialeah HS, FL) became of the 1st prospects to give their commitments to the University of Miami but as the recruiting process has gone on more and more schools have gotten involved with the signal caller from South Florida.

Last night Edouard received an official offer from Arizona and the Wildcats is a school that peaks his interest because of their offensive style of play and uprising of a program led by HC Rich Rodriguez.

“Arizona has been in contact with me for a while and they finally extended me an offer last night. I am really excited about the offer and I plan to stay in more frequent contact with their coaching staff, said Edouard.”

The Wildcats are pursuing Edouard because of his athleticism and versatility at the quarterback position and believe he could be the guy to lead their offense down the road.

If Arizona and Coach Rodriguez want to get Edouard out to Tucson then they must continue to fight off not only Miami but many other high profile BCS programs.

Edouard is considered a soft commit to the Canes at this time and is currently looking through all his options while attending multiple camps over the summer.

“I will be at South Florida today for their camp and I am currently setting up other camps as we speak,” Edouard said. “Besides Miami I am really liking what I hear from Arizona and Louisville.I am still committed to Miami and I still have a lot of love for them but I am also looking at others schools that might fit my talents as well as give me an opportunity to play early in my career.”

“This process has been crazy for me and I know it no where close to finishing. I have a long summer ahead of me so I just want to work hard and continue making a name for myself.”

The Canes are the school in the driver seat right now for Edouard but the more and more the recruiting process goes on more and more schools have the chance to make head way in the South Florida QB’s recruitment.

Offers: Miami (Committed), Appalachian St, Boston College, Cincinnati, Fla International, Fla Atlantic, UL Lafayette, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Penn St, South Florida, Syracuse, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. Schools Interested: Clemson, Louisville, LSU, Mississippi St, Rutgers, South Carolina and West Virginia.


Written by: Chris Smith/





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