Laurel (Md.) DeMatha Catholic four-star defensive end Coziah Izzard has made a major adjustment to his recruitment. He’s trimmed his list of schools considerably.Izzard owns nearly two dozen scholarship offers, but has narrowed his list down to seven. His top seven consists of Alabama, LSU, Maryland, Notre Dame, Penn State, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech.“This has been quite an adventure and I want to thank every school that took the time to invest in me in the recruitment process,” Izzard wrote. “This was a difficult decision. With That being said, these are my top 7 schools.”This has been quite an adventure and I want to thank every school that took the time to invest in me in the recruitment process. This was a difficult decision. With That being said, these are my top 7 schools. (NO ORDER) pic.twitter.com/RvE7gMxZcW— Coziah Izzard🥀 (@Co_Izzard) April 1, 2019Izzard is the 10th-ranked prospect in Maryland and the 212nd-rated nationally in the 2020 class.Penn State appears to be the current leader for him. The Nittany Lions have received four of five predictions in Izzard’s 247Sports Crystal Ball.You can view his Crystal Ball here.
BelarusEHF EURO 2014serbia CROATIA – BELARUS 18CROATIAN GIANT LOOKING FOR A ROUTINE WINCroatia beat Belarus last January at TOP 16 stage of the World Championship in Spain. That was easy job for Slavko Goluza and his guys, so despite some small problems with some players as Blazenko Lackovic who will miss EHF EURO 2014, Croats believe that routine victory over Rutenka and his team-mates could be repeated.SWEDEN – MONTENEGRO (20.15)SWEDISH REVENGE TO BRAVE GUYSSweden has bad memory on Montenegro and their passion to the game since qualification matches in June 2012, when Zoran Kastratovic and his guys made unbelievable success and put Swedish team out of the World Championship 2013 in Spain! It is hard to say are Montenegrians ready to repeat that kind of performance, moreover because of lot of injuries which make them weaker than before, On the other side, Sweden without Kim Andersson certainly will have problem with TOP teams, but in front of almost “home fans” in Copenhagen, Montenegro could be good for “warm-up”… ← Previous Story Derby of Day 2 in Aarhus: Serbia VS Poland Next Story → HEROES OF THE DAY 1: Austrian “perfect” handball