I'll keep this simple and sweet. There is only one message to be had here, and nothing further needs to be said.
"There's been a lot of stuff said lately about me," said five-star quarterback prospect Dayne Crist. "That's why I'm calling."
I didn't chase Dayne down. I didn't call. I didn't even text him to prompt him to call me. He just called me to clear the air about some "rumors."
"Despite rumors that I'm taking official visits to other places, I am 100 percent committed to Notre Dame," Crist said. "Don't believe rumors that you're hearing. This won't change for any reason."
Dayne clearly asked that I print this as his statement to any and all rumors about his commitment to Notre Dame and his interest in other schools. I think it's very clear. Hopefully everyone will get the message.
Crist 100 Percent Solid with Notre Dame
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