It was yet another successful year for JC recruits and the schools that recruited them. Several schools signed multiple JUCO prospects while others were a little more selective, doing their best to fill holes in their rosters. Here's a look at where some of the best prospects went and how they'll likely fit into their new surroundings…
February 8, 2009
He's one of the top JUCO backs in the nation and he's followed up an outstanding freshman season with an even better sophomore campaign, but Sierra RB Lamon Muldrow (5-9, 210) decided he'd like to stay close to home and committed a week ago to San Jose State. Even with his commitment, he's still going to take a couple more visits, but he talked recently about why he decided to be a Spartan...
October 29, 2008
One of the top JUCO running backs in the country is located in northern California and Sierra RB Lamon Muldrow (5-9, 210) is off to a huge start this season. Heading into the season he already had two offers and he's set up a visit to one of his two favorites over his bye week. Read on to find out more about Muldrow's season and which WAC and Pac 10 programs he's set to visit...
October 1, 2008
After a huge freshman season, that saw him lead the state of California in both rushing and scoring, Sierra RB Lamon Muldrow (5-9, 210) could be closing in on an early Pac 10 offer. JCFootball.com caught up with the workhorse back from northern California and he updated us on his main focus this season as well as which schools are looking his way.
March 20, 2008
RB Lamon Muldrow from Cordova HS in Rancho Cordova (Calif.) was a Sacramento all-city selection after rushing for over 2,300 yards in 2006. He was getting looks from a host of schools out West and had two offers but has not signed a letter of intent. He is shown in action from 2006…
May 16, 2007