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Deja Vu: Plantaric high on Card, still

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Eddie Plantaric should be a familiar name to Stanford football fans. A three-star defensive end out of Del Campo High in Fair Oaks, Calif., Plantaric made a verbal commitment to be a part of the Cardinal's 2010 recruiting class in late February before backing off that stance last month…

But despite no longer being considered a commit, Eddie Plantaric still holds Stanford in high esteem. The 6'5, 253-pounder told TheBootleg.com that he did not sour on the Cardinal, but instead wanted to keep his options open so other schools would evaluate him in case he wasn't able to gain admittance to Stanford. "Basically I wasn't sure if I'd meet the admissions requirements so I wanted to...

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