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Ohio State Football gets commitment from New York RB Curtis Samuel

(By gloryman, courtesy Clker.com)

Ohio State football fans have said for years that they want to see the team have more speed, just like the Southeastern Conference schools.

Well, they’re getting their wish with head coach Urban Meyer’s recruiting class this year and in the 2014 class.

The Buckeyes received a huge commitment from Eramus Hall High School hybrid running back Curtis Samuel.

Eramus Hall High School is in the Brooklyn, New York.

Samuel, a 5’11, 186-pound speedster is the 17th member of Ohio State’s 2014 recruiting class.

Samuel rushed for 1,047 yards in 2012, averaging 11.5 yards per carry. He also caught 12 passes fro 187 yards.

Samuel, who has been clocked in the 40-yard dash at 4.36 seconds, is ranked 116th nationally by Rivals.com.

Samuel broke the Eramus Hall school record in the 60-yard dash at 6.42 seconds despite not having any previous experience in track.

Published reports say that Coach Meyer wants to play Samuel at the slot position which made Percy Harvin famous during his days at the University of Florida.

“The Executioner” Bernard Hopkins readies to defend IBF title at 48

Bernard Hopkins in 2010 (photo by Akira Kouchiyama via wikipedia commons)

Bernard Hopkins will be defending his IBF light heavyweight boxing title against Karo Murat on July 13 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The 48-year-old Hopkins has a record of 53-6-2 with 32 knockouts. He is a minority partner in Golden Boy Promotions.

The 29-year-old Murat, who is from Iraq, primarily fights in Europe, is 25-1-1.

 

Cincinnati Bearcats freshman Lance Stephenson chosen to Big East All-Rookie Team

courtesy of UC athletics

University of Cincinnati freshman guard Lance Stephenson was one of two unanimous selections to the 2010 Big East Conference All-Rookie team.

Stephenson became the third Bearcats player to earn the distinction since UC began play in the Big East in 2005-06, joining teammates Deonta Vaughn (2006-07) and Yancy Gates (2008-09).

The preseason Big East Rookie of the Year, Stephenson led all Big East freshmen in overall scoring (12.0 ppg) and conference-only games (12.1 ppg). He also finished in the Top 5 overall in rebounds (5.3 rpg/4th) and assists (2.4 apg/4th).

Lance Stephenson goes in for a layup (AP)

Four times this season, the 6-foot-5 guard from Brooklyn, N.Y. has been named Big East Rookie of the Week, the most by any incoming player. Stephenson won the award the last two weeks of the regular season after averaging 16.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game over Cincinnati’s last four games. He also added 11 assists and five steals during the stretch.