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KSU football gets first verbal commit for 2013 class

By Stephanie Storm Published: April 16, 2012

Just one day after touring Kent State on an official visit last weekend, Pennsylvania nose guard Tyler Haddock verbally committed to play for the Golden Flashes Sunday - news that began to make the rounds by Monday afternoon.

The 6-foot, 300-pound junior is a two-year starter for the defending Class AAA champion Spartans at Montour High School.

"He went (to KSU), liked what he saw and had a good time,"  Montour coach Lou Cerro told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "So he decided to commit."

Although the Flashes were the first to offer Haddock a scholarship, he'd received interest from nearby Pitt, as well as Cincinnati and Georgia Tech. 

According to a source close to KSU's program, Haddock is the first commit for the team's 2013 class.



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