Late last month, Carver-Atlanta running back Demond Dennis told GAVSV.com that he was heavily favoring Alabama - the lone program that had offered him a college scholarship at the time.
He even pointed to the fact that if things played out as expected he could see himself officially becoming a member of the Crimson Tide during a scheduled visit to Tuscaloosa, Ala. May 3.
"Yeah, I might," Dennis said at the time when asked about possibly committing. "It all depends on how recruiting is going and what I think of it there when I am down there."
Well, if that remains to be the case we will have to see as Auburn and Miami of Ohio have officially extended offers as well, according to his head coach Darren Myles.
Stay tuned for more as we see if these two latest offers go a long way in giving the running back that rushed for roughly 1,600 yards a season ago something else to think about.
In the mean time, take a look at Dennis in action on the football field:
Demond Dennis Now Holds 3 Offers
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