Sam Hubbard has reportedly decided to decommit from Notre Dame, where he was committed to the lacrosse team, so how is this good news for Ohio State football?
Hubbard is also a 4-star athlete in the world of college football recruiting. He can play safety or even outside linebacker, and instead of playing lacrosse, he has reportedly decided to focus on football, according to Brad Bournival of ESPN.com:
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound outside linebacker had been a longtime commit to Notre Dame in lacrosse, but after a weekend away with family the junior has decided his future is in football.
“It was such an early process,” Hubbard said. “I made my decision in January of my sophomore year and that’s not really giving much thought to football. I hadn’t heard from many schools.
“Now that I have all those offers — I love both sports — but football is a lot bigger stage and is a full scholarship as opposed to a partial scholarship. It was a…
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