Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Eastern Michigan signs football recruit named 'Lion King'

The Eastern Michigan Eagles football program saved their best signing on National Signing Day for last. This is because the program scored a letter of intent from 6-foot-4 defensive end Lion King Conaway.

But it gets better. According to the EMU athletic department, the 18-year-old has taken the necessary steps to legally change his name to simply Lion King. Fantastic.

Here is a look at Lion King's complete bio from EMU:

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Southfield High School in Southfield, Mich...Played under Head Coach Tim Conley as a Blue Jay...Part of a team that finished 7-0 in league play and 7-3 overall in 2013...Ranked as the 129th-best player in the state of Michigan...Returned a fumble 27 yards for a touchdown against Bloomfield Hills...PERSONAL: Son of Diane and Rudy Conaway.

No word yet on whether Western Michigan signed a player named Scar.

Via Eye on College Football

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