M.L. King lineman Angus commits to Florida

Dontae Angus (right).
Dontae Angus (right).
Posted: July 31, 2013

Martin Luther King's Dontae Angus orally committed last week to play football at Florida.

The 6-foot-6, 320-pound offensive lineman is rated as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and had offers from Temple, Buffalo, West Virginia, Purdue, Rutgers. Angus will be a senior this fall. He began his career at Olney High.

Wide receiver Delane Hart, who transferred to King from now-closed Germantown High, received an offer from Delaware on Friday. He also has offers from Stony Brook, Tulane, Old Dominion, Eastern Michigan, and Buffalo.

Vincent at Penn State. Troy Vincent Jr., the son of the former Eagles cornerback, told the Harrisburg Patriot News this week that he will not be able to enroll early at Penn State.

The 5-foot-10, 190-pounder from the Gilman School in Baltimore orally committed to the Nittany Lions in late June. He will be a senior this season.

"The path that my dad took and watching how he speaks to the media and all that stuff is important," Harris said. "I've been to so many of his games that in my mind I have clips of him doing what he did best and I've got a lot of great memories."


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