The former Duke point guard says he’s enrolling in graduate school at Syracuse and will try to make a comeback in football for the Orange.
The decision announced Thursday ends a month of speculation whether the one-time star high school quarterback from Syracuse would resume his football career.
He worked out for the Green Bay Packers in April, acknowledged meeting with Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez about playing for the Wolverines, and also visited Nebraska.
The three-year starting guard graduated from Duke earlier this month. He has one season of eligibility remaining and can play immediately if he receives a waiver from the NCAA.-SYRACUSE, N.Y.(AP)
Try a division 2 school you little nerd, Rich Rodriguez told you that you had no shot to start at Michigan-TO