Clemson will have Scout 100 wide receiver Josh Malone back on their campus in November for an official visit. The... http://t.co/EHD3TBX7dk— CUTigers.com (@CUTigers_com) October 22, 2013
That would be Louisville assistant Clint Hurtt, who just got hit with a two-year show cause penalty in the NCAA-Miami case. But apparently Hurtt’s not leaving the program. He’ll just be banned from recruiting through the spring of 2014. Why would Louisville hang on to a guy who’s gotten in so much trouble with the NCAA? Well there’s this:
Hurtt's 2011 haul at UL was especially impressive in hindsight: Bridgewater, Dubose, Floyd, Romano, Johnson, Miller, etc.— J.Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) October 22, 2013
And this … wow.
Hurtt's greatest impact at UL will be realized in years ahead. Vast majority of recruits are now FR and SO's, will be moving up depth chart.— J.Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) October 22, 2013
Eight of UL's current 22 starters on offense and defense were recruited by Clint Hurtt.— J.Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) October 22, 2013
Why is this in our recruiting compilation? Because Hill is a key figure in Maryland’s local recruiting, a guy with deep ties with the powerful D.C. Assault program.
#Maryland assistant basketball coach Dalonte Hill is taking a leave of absence, the school announced. We'll have more shortly.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) October 22, 2013