Trojan InsiderWith a full year left in recruitment, five-star cornerback Dwight McGlothern is already prepared to make a decision.The Cedar Hill, Texas native is one of the class’ truly elite players.247Sports‘ composite rankings have him at No. 34 overall in the class of 2020.He’s both the No. 4 cornerback in the country, and No. 4 player in the Lone Star State for his class.Right now, it appears to be a four-horse race, with three SEC teams heavily involved for the blue-chip cornerback.Dwight McGlothern is believed to be picking Alabama, LSU, Texas, and Texas A&M on Saturday.The Aggies are considered the favorite. Eight of the nine crystal ball predictions over at 247Sports have him heading to A&M, with the remaining one picking him to commit to LSU.McGlothern announced his decision date early last month.I have made my decision??Announcement coming Jan5th ⏰ @RoSimonJr @Perroni247 @Scott_Schrader @TOCAshton247 @samspiegs @R_Brauninger @MikeRoach247 @CoachMike713 @SamanthaJPellGod ?— Dwight McGlothern jr?? (@DMcglothern2) December 12, 2018Unless something changes in the last minute, which happens occasionally with recruits, one of these teams will be landing a big-time verbal commitment for its 2020 class.It is very early in that cycle, but Alabama and LSU currently have the No. 1 and No. 2 2020 classes in the country. Texas A&M is at No. 8, while Texas sits at No. 20.
The review, conducted yesterday in Abuja, Nigeria, where the ceasefire agreement had been signed on 10 November 2000, was attended by the chief of the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL), Oluyemi Adeniji, and representatives from the country’s Government, the rebel Revolutionary United Front (RUF) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Among other concerns, the Abuja meeting touched on the violence in Sierra Leone’s Kono district and Tongo, which UNAMSIL investigations determined had been provoked by forward movements of the Government’s Civil Defence Force (CDF). The meeting urged the Government to exert control over the Force to avert all future attacks that, if unchecked, would pose a serious threat to the ceasefire and could lead to increased hostilities.Both parties renewed their pledges to remove all roadblocks in their zones of influence to ensure free movement of persons and goods, while the RUF pledged to fully return the weapons and equipment seized from international peacekeepers by 30 May. The meeting reaffirmed the need to restart the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration programme, saying that CDF and RUF combatants should be disarmed simultaneously. It also agreed that ex-combatants would be reintegrated into all identifiable activities in Sierra Leone — not only into the army. After extensive deliberations, decisions were also taken on cross-border attacks in Kambia, the release of RUF detainees, the transformation of the RUF into a political party, the presence of foreign troops, and the return of refugees/abductees. Those matters are considered additional elements to the peace process that are outside the framework of the Abuja Agreement.