Former Michigan recruit Demar Dorsey vows to cash in on second chance
Grand Rapids — The defensive backs and safeties circled around each other inside Grand Rapids Community College’s gymnasium and watched as the flashy south Florida newcomer sauntered in with a disdainful look on his face.
Demar Dorsey didn’t care he was late because he’s Demar Dorsey, a highly-touted Division I prospect who had signed with Michigan just a year earlier. He was entitled to his own schedule.
At least that’s the vibe Dorsey, a defensive back from Fort Lauderdale, gave Detroit native Evan Ray, his new freshman teammate. Ray had to issue a warning. One thing led to another, the two ended up jawing at each other, pushing and shoving, and even threw a few punches, according to coach Tony Annese.
“We let ‘em go for a little while,” assistant coach Ryan Hodges recalled, smiling.
Needless to say, Dorsey didn’t win anyone over during that pre-practice stretching session last spring.
He didn’t make much progress during Annese’s first full team meeting, either. Dorsey showed a lack of interest in Annese’s words and once again paid the price, this time with a tongue-lashing in front of the entire team.
From The Detroit News: http://detnews.com/article/20111117/SPORTS0201/111170324/Former-Michigan-recruit-Demar-Dorsey-vows-to-cash-in-on-second-chance#ixzz1e5mEprPC