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Commitment Tracker: Daniel Blitch
"I'm still 100-percent committed to Wake Forest," said Daniel Blitch. "I haven't changed my mind at all. I'm not looking at any other schools outside of Wake Forest. I'm looking forward to being a Demon Deacon. "I speak to the coaches at least once or twice a week. I email them just about every day. I talk to Coach (Brian) Knorr the most. I also talk to Coach Lobo (Steed Lobotzke) quite a bit, too. I like their entire staff and everything they have to offer." Blitch, like many other competitors, wants to get on the field as soon as possible. "I wanna be in great physical condition to compete for a starting position when I first get up there," he commented. "That will put me in the best position at getting a starting position. One of my goals is to start as a true freshman. "I think I can bring great leadership to Wake Forest. Hopefully I can bring a lot of talent there, too. I just wanna help the team in any way that I can. If I can help the team I'll be doing my job." Blitch already has in mind when he plans to take his official visit. "I'm gonna take my official visit there after the season is over," he said. "I probably won't take any other visits. That'll be the only one (official visit) I'll go to." The big man from North Georgia is a man of his word. "Louisville contacted me not to long ago," he said. "I told them that I had already committed to Wake. I back my word up, so I'm not backing out of my commitment." Daniel Blitch plans to graduate on time with his senior class and will enroll at Wake Forest in July.
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