WATCH: Mike Dyer's football recruiting update

Posted at 11:45 AM, Feb 01, 2016

CINCINNATI – High school sports expert Mike Dyer, a new addition to, shared the latest high school football recruiting news with Ken Broo on WCPO's weekly Sunday night show, "Sports of All Sorts."

With National Signing Day coming up Wednesday, some of the top local seniors – including Colerain's Deshaunte Jones, Mount Healthy's David Montgomery and CHCA's Prince Sammons – haven't committed, Dyer says. But he told Broo where they could be going.

WATCH Dyer's comments on "Sports of All Sorts" in the video player above.

In addition, Dyer says a nearby Big Ten school has been making a play to get Elder All-American Tommy Kramer to drop his commitment to Notre Dame.

Dyer also discussed why it's important for UC to sign some of the top local talent, especially in light of LaSalle star Jeremy Larkin's decision to decommit from the Bearcats.

Mike Dyer will you bring you the TriState's best coverage of National Signing Day and high school sports throughout the year on Twitter @Mike Dyer.