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From: Hemet, California
High School: Hemet
"It has been about a month since I have spoken with Coach Cabral," explained Dew. "I called him recently and left a message but have not heard back. I still really like Colorado."
The Buffs are in his top five with UTEP, LSU, Florida State, and USC. He has written offers from the Miners and Tigers. He visited UTEP on September 17th and is tripping to LSU on December 10th. "UTEP and LSU like me at quarterback, and so does Colorado. Schools like 'SC, Florida State, and San Diego State like me at other positions. SDSU called the other day and told me they like me at tight end."
'SC is remaining in contact with him and he is trying to get in touch with FSU. "Coach (USC defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Ed) Orgeron called my house the other day and spoke with my dad since I wasn't here. I went to their game against Colorado State and had a good time. I have been trying to reach coaches at Florida State but haven't had any luck yet."
The Trojans like Dew as a defensive end and he will start seeing more time at the position in two weeks. "I only played there for 10 plays in our first game. But in two weeks we take on Lake Elsinore and then West Valley after them. I am going to be used on defense for both of those games and in the playoffs."
The Hemet star says that UTEP and LSU are recruiting the hardest as he speaks with their coaches every week.
His total stats on the year are 108-177 passing for 2,015 yards and 32 touchdowns. He has rushed for over 200 yards including 38 and 61-yard TD scampers (the latter was called back). This year he has beat the school record for TD passes in a season (25) and hopes to surpass the school record for TD passes in a career (36) in just one season.
He leads his squad against Paloma Valley, this Friday.