Still not certain as to all the drama that involved Dacorius Law today, but it looks like he is destined to be a Ute, at least that is the latest stance.
Law, a running back out of Haines City, Fl., originally was among the signees for Ole Miss. But after several hours of family discussions, he is now a Ute.
Hopefully we'll get the details from Utah coach Kyle Whittingham at his press conference, which is less than an hour away.
Whatever the reason, Law would be a good get for the Utes. They worked hard to recruit him with both Kalani Sitake and Dennis Erickson.
Law rushed for 1,275 yards on 109 carries and 13 touchdowns as a senior.
He is the last player expected to sign for the Utes. You can check out all the bios on the web.
- Lya Wodraska
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