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Dubose looking to leave Florida
"I have offers from Florida International, Rutgers, and West Virginia that I know of right now," said B.J. Dubose. "I am getting a lot of attention from school everywhere so I think I will get more offers soon." LSU, Florida, and Tennessee are sending the 6-foot-4, 245 pound defensive end the most mail at this time, but neither one of those are his top school at this time. A school he visited over the summer has jumped out to the early lead. "I am really liking Georgia the most right now. I want to get away and I am looking out of state right now. I visited Georgia over the summer and I like their facilities, the campus was nice, and their coaches seemed like good people." Why is the Oakland (FL) native looking to leave? "I just want to get a fresh start and see something new. I have been around South Florida all my life so I want to be in a new atmosphere, meet new people, and just start new life." The defensive end out of Northeast will likely have any options to leave the state if that is what he decides to do. He has 10 sacks through six games this season and he is only going to get better. New Head Coach Donnell Bennett played at Miami before moving onto the NFL and now he is back coaching high school football. He has already helped Dubose. "Coach Bennett has taught me a lot of fundamentals and how they are so important. He also preaches to us about how to be a man both on the field and off the field. He is an aggressive coach too and he has me playing more aggressive." "I think he has made me better this year for sure. I have been working hard on using my hands more at end and that has helped me a lot. My speed and the way I use my hands have made me hard to block when I rush the quarterback." Dubose is not going to stop working hard any time soon. He wants to leave Northeast for a top college program, and then make it to the highest level. "I am focused on going far," he said, "I am working hard and I want to play in the NFL one day." Chad Simmons is the Recruiting Manager for the South Region and he can be reached at ChadSimmons@Scout.com.
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