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07:34 AM ET 02.06 | While over-signing has become a worthy topic of debate, new to the table is the idea of over-committing. Dacorius "D.J." Law apparently signed letters of intent for three different schools this year. Both Ole Miss and Utah claim they received a letter of intent from Law, who apparently also signed with East Mississippi Community College. According to the Clarion Ledger, Ole Miss announced Law's signing at 8:23 a.m.. Meanwhile, at Utah, the school didn't announce Law's signing until 3:36 p.m., though a school spokesperson told the paper she believed the school received the letter of intent earlier in the day. ... And, in case this wasn't strange enough, there's video of Law putting on a Utah hat during his signing ceremony on Wednesday.

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February 6, 2014  07:40 AM ET

The young man is just keeping his options open until the Ole Miss bag man arrives.

Geeez FN don't you know how its played?

February 6, 2014  08:03 AM ET

The young man is negotiating.

February 6, 2014  09:07 AM ET

LMAO...why not? If the schools can over sign, why not the players?

February 6, 2014  09:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

The young man is negotiating.

He doesn't have much leverage if he's using a CC as a ploy.

February 6, 2014  09:15 AM ET

I think it's highly ironic that one of the schools is Hugh Freeze's Ole Miss, famously known for recruiting a gazillion guys all at one time.

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February 6, 2014  11:12 AM ET

A serial signer or a future polygamist ? sounds like Utah material to me.

February 6, 2014  04:18 PM ET

Whichever fax was received first wins.

 
February 12, 2014  06:48 PM ET

pretty obvious he doesn't think he will qualify academically if he signed to a CC...I say Utah wins his services due to the video

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