So, just how does the second biggest comeback in FBS history affect recruiting?
Well, it will land you a 4-star wide receiver, for starters because that’s what happened last night when Jahan Dotson from Nazareth HS in Nazareth, PA announced his commitment to UCLA on Twitter.
110% Committed .— Jahan Dotson (@H55ZY) September 5, 2017
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Never underestimate the value of your cousin Phil putting the ball in your hands!
He was being recruited by a plethora of schools including Ohio State, Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Michigan State, Clemson, Miami, Texas, Texas A&M, Southern Cal and others. Ohio State was certainly recruiting Dotson hard, considering the fact that he attended a summer football camp the school hosted, according to 247Sports.
According to Dotson’s Hudl.com profile, he is 6’ tall, weighs 175 lbs. and runs a 4.46-second 40-yard dash and an 11.1-second 100-meter dash.
Last year, he attended the Peddie School in NJ, but has transferred back to Nazareth HS this year. Here are his junior year highlights from Hudl.
It’s easy to see why Dotson is rated as the #14 WR in the country by Scout. He’s a big-time playmaker.
Welcome to Westwood, Jahan!