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Radcliff Set to Begin New Chapter at CMU

This has been a memorable month for standout quarterback Ryan Radcliff of Sherwood (Ohio) Fairview High School. First, he was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the annual Major League Baseball Draft, then, last week, he was named the Most Valuable Player of the annual Ohio High School North/South All-Star football game. What's next for Radcliff?

Ryan Radcliff spent Saturday afternoon canoeing with some friends down the Maumee River near his home. It was a fitting way perhaps, for him to end such a hectic week that saw him choose to play college football at Central Michigan University over signing a Major League Baseball contract with the Colorado Rockies. "I'm definitely going to college," said the 6-foot-3, 205-pound all-star... Recommended Stories

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