Hardaway No Longer a Spartan
After proclaiming the he was ,"100-percent a Spartan," wide receiver Delvon Hardaway has switched his verbal commitment during his official visit to Fresno State.
"I will not be attending SJSU, I will be going to Fresno State," Hardaway said in a text to Inside Sparta,. "I felt much more comfortable there."
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Hardway said in a followup call that the new staff at San Jose State was definitely recruiting him hard, but not nearly as hard as the staff of former coach Mike MacIntyre, who left in December for Colorado.
In the end it appears to have come down to the type of offense that will be run at FSU.
"Coach Caragher sounded like they were going to run more of a West Coast offense, which I'm not too sure about," Hardway said. "Fresno State is running more of a spread, which I am sure of."
Signing Day is on Wednesday and Hardaway said he will not be taking any further visits.
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