Eric Young shocked the Palmetto State this Sunday with a verbal commitment to the Tennessee Volunteers. Young, from Union, S.C., took his official visit to UT this past weekend.
"I came home and had some doubts about the verbal," said Young. "I met with Coach Holtz yesterday. But do you know what? Through the last 24 hours, I still am committed to Tennessee. I will visit UNC (1-31) this weekend but I am still committed to the Vols and I can't wait until Signing Day because I am so ready to get it over with."
Big E visited Clemson the weekend of January 10th, and will also have a visit from Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden and recruiting coordinator Rick Stockstill later this week.
We will continue to keep you updated on Eric Young, right up through signing day.
Young Still Committed?
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