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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of verbal.

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Examples

  • Polee initially verbaled to USC as a ninth grader when father was hired as director of basketball ops on a previous staff.

    NY Daily News

  • "Alex had verbaled to Ursuline, but wound up getting a full ride to Alderson-Broaddaus,"

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  • Jones has committed to Army; Santos just verbaled to Tulane after a late commit to Jacksonville University.

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  • JT Moore (DT or DE) and Darryl Baldwin (DE) have already verbaled to JT in this class, while Jamel Turner and David Durham could play either end or linebacker in Columbus.

    Eleven Warriors

  • Penn State's 20th commitment in the Class of 2010 occurred over the weekend when offensive tackle Khamrone Kolb of Virginal verbaled for the Nittany Lions.

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  • Basically, it's a gentlemen's agreement not to tamper with an athlete who has already verbaled.

    | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • It allows the athlete to focus on the season, minus the distractions of home visits by coaches, phone calls, campus visits, etc. Focus, now B I, focus ....... once an athlete verbals to a school, most coaches, and I emphasize MOST, coaches will cease their contact with an athlete that has verbaled and move on.

    | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • On Tuesday, offensive lineman Miles Dieffenbach of Fox Chapel High School verbaled for the Nittany Lions.

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