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Derek Roback

Derek Roback - 2010 Notre Dame Football Recruit
Position: Quarterback
Committed: January 31, 2010
Hometown: Waverly, OH
High School: Waverly
Class: 2010
Height: 6-3
Weight: 221
Forty: 4.58
Rivals:   |  RR: 5.5
Scout: 
Profiles:  Rivals  |  Scout  |  Blue & Gold

Derek Roback Stories (4)

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Runnin' Roback

bluegraysky.blogspot.com - On to the next recruit to publicly commit to ND over the weekend: 6'3" 220 pound Ohio QB/athlete Derek Roback. Roback is an interesting example of the ups and downs of recruiting coverage. When Roback was in junior high he was a national finalist in the Pepsi Punt, Pass, and Kick competition. He followed that up by being named the Freshman MVP at the National Underclassmen Combine. With these two things to his credit, Rivals then included Roback More...

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Bringing in the reinforcements

bluegraysky.blogspot.com - It's a wild finish to the recruiting season as Kelly and his new staff brought in a large group of uncommitted players this past weekend and so far have gained three public commitments with the possibility of a few more deciding to join up shortly. Ohio QB Luke Massa, Ohio athlete Derek Roback, and Florida DE Bruce Heggie all jumped on their chance to be a part of the 2010 recruiting class, bringing the total number of public commits up to 20. More...

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Roback, Massa, and Heggie Jr. are Irish!

blueandgold.com - Athlete Derek Roback, quarterback Luke Massa and defensive end Bruce Heggie Jr. were part of a group of seven prospects hosted by Brian Kelly and his staff this weekend, and none of the three wasted any time offering their pledges to the program. More...

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The Quarterback Quotient

blueandgold.com - With one freshman quarterback already enrolled at Notre Dame (Tommy Rees), another recently stating he plans to sign next Wednesday (Andrew Hendrix), and three others scheduled to visit this weekend (Danny Spond, Luke Massa and Derek Roback), the question is inevitable: Why is Brian Kelly recruiting so many quarterbacks in one class? More...