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RaiderPower.com’s Travis Cram on the Williams & Hyatt Show [AUDIO]

Travis Cram of RaiderPower.com joined the Williams & Hyatt Show to discuss the signing of five-star defensive tackle recruit Delvon Simmons to the 2011 Red Raider Football Recruiting  Class.

Simmons originally signed a national letter of intent with North Carolina back in February but has since been granted a release from that commitment by the Tar Heels. Simmons has signed a financial aid agreement with Texas Tech and will join teammate Branden Jackson in Lubbock beginning this fall.

He is considered the highest rated player ever to sign with Texas Tech Football as Scout.com had Simmons rated as the 3rd best defensive tackle prospect in the nation, while Rivals.com had him 5th.

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