Some are calling Dominique Easley the second coming of Maurice Evans. If he picks Penn State, we sure hope he makes better decisions than Big Mo.
Not that it will be easy to sign him. Easley's offer list is impressive and growing rapidly: Boston College, UConn, Duke, Georgia, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, Rutgers, South Florida, Syracuse, Tennessee, and Texas Tech so far.
Easley (6-3, 260) has led Staten Island (N.Y.) Curtis to a 21-2 record over the past two seasons. Curtis won the New York City Championship during Easley's sophomore season.
Penn State is in close contact with Easley and recently paid him a visit...
“They were out about a week ago. Kermit Buggs watched me at a spring practice.”Scouts, Inc. is impressed...
Easley is one of the quickest players off the ball in this class and at times it seems like he has the offensive huddle wired and knows the snap count. He possesses good size and can be disruptive because he can get going so quickly and explode through the gap to cause disruption in the backfield.
It can be jaw-dropping at times how explosive Easley is. Still a bit raw in some areas and often looks to be a notch better then his competition, but this kid has promise because it is tough to teach quickness off the ball like that.
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