Olaniyan Up to 15; Remains Committed To Duke

Aramide Olaniyan remains one-hundred percent committed to the Duke Blue Devils, but other schools are not shying away from offering. After receiving offers from Clemson and Florida State the last two weeks, another SEC school comes knocking with an offer in hand.

Woodberry Forest defensive end/outside linebacker Aramide Olaniyan continues to receive offer after offer even though he remains sold on the Duke Blue Devils. Scout.com got word from Olaniyan of another offer this evening, this time from the South Carolina Gamecocks.

"South Carolina offered me today," says Aramide Olaniyan. "That brings the total up to fifteen. From what I hear Coach (Jay) Graham, the running backs coach will be visiting next week. I am looking forward to hearing what he has to say. I am still solidly committed to Duke, but I will consider everything that (Coach Graham) has to say. I think South Carolina is a great place, and I am looking forward to hearing what Coach Graham has to tell me about the program."

"Things have just been crazy. At this time last year, I was being projected as a Division II or Division III prospect. Now I have fifteen Division I offers. The hard work is paying off, I could not be more flattered."

Despite all the attention from football powerhouses from all over the SEC and ACC, Olaniyan remains sold on the Blue Devils.

Other schools who have offered include Michigan, Stanford, Wake Forest, Auburn, Boston College, Maryland, Florida State, and Clemson, just to name a few.


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