Pearl River's Dalvon Stuckey updates recruiting status

Posted by JAMES JONES on January 29, 2014 

Pearl River Community College defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey has shifted his college choices.

The MACJC All-State performer now has Louisville on top, with Arizona State a close second.

Over the last nine months, Stuckey has changed his commitment status three times. He went from Florida State to Miami, Fla. to Auburn.

"One of my friends (Calvin Pryor) plays up there at Louisville," Stuckey told Cardinalsports.com.

"So I've been talking to him about Louisville and he said it's nice up there. I took a visit up there out of high school so I know what the campus is like."

A Louisville coach has a scheduled visit to Stuckey on Thursday, and he plans to visit Arizona State this weekend.

"If I end up liking them that much (Arizona State), I'll probably end up signing with them on signing day," Stuckey said. "But right now, Louisville is my number one. A lot can change so you never know."

National Signing Day is Feb. 5.

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