March 3, 2011 - 5:40pm
BY MARK BURNS
After having two consecutive losing seasons, the Michigan football team hoped to improve its defense by adding five-star recruit Demar Dorsey to this year's roster.
But the defensive back has had trouble actually gaining admission to the University, which could prevent him from ever suiting up for coach Rich Rodriguez, according to a story on USAToday.com.
Coach Mark James, Dorsey's high school coach at Boyd Anderson, recently spoke to ESPN.com and said that Dorsey had met the NCAA academic requirements to play come September.
However, University Admissions still has yet to grant Dorsey admission into the school. James believed that Dorsey's prior encounters with the legal system could explain why the Lauderdale Lakes, Florida native hasn't been admitted yet.
Below is the full write-up about Dorsey by USA Today.