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Pasco OL Scaife commits to Western Kentucky

Pasco's RJ Scaife has committed to Western Kentucky, the offensive lineman announced on Twitter Monday.

"Looks like I'm gonna be a WKU Hilltopper #committed #tops," he said on his personal profile.

Scaife has started for the Pirates for three years and made the Times' first all-North Suncoast team this year after helping the offense to 2,000 rushing yards.

The Division I prospect also had offers from Florida International and Middle Tennessee State. At 6 feet 6 and 255 pounds, Scaife built a diverse profile as a player. He switched from tackle to tight end last spring.

Mary Kenney, Times staff writer

Pasco OL Scaife commits to Western Kentucky 12/23/13 [Last modified: Monday, December 23, 2013 10:50pm]
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