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Published: Sun, February 9, 2003 @ 12:00 a.m.



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Ursuline High's Terrence Graves wanted to choose a college close to home. "But not too close," he said.

Most high school football players didn't sign Division I scholarships, but they've still got options.

Austin Scott, an all-state selection who set Pennsylvania records with 3,853 rushing yards and 53 touchdowns last year at Parkland High School, is one of 11 prep stars who signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play for Penn State.

The University of Pittsburgh cast a wide net for its recruiting class this year, yet some of the biggest catches were found locally.

Notre Dame landed all three players they were waiting to hear from in the final week before signing day.




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