- Arizona offers Bryce Dixon
- MarQuez North unofficially visits Virginia Tech
- Darron Lee had 92 yards rushing as New Albany defeated Sunbury Big Walnut 17-6
- Tracy Sprinkle made six tackles including a sack and two for loss as Elyria defeated Stow-Munroe Falls 49-14.
- Vonn Bell scored three touchdowns — one rushing, one receiving and one on a punt return -- vs. Southeast Whitfield (Ga.)
- Jeb Blazevich had a 44-yard touchdown catch on 4th and 18 with 1:33 left in a 27-21 win over Country Day (N.C.).
- Trevion Thompson did not play because of an ankle problem
- Derrell Scott rushed for 121 yards on 14 carries and scored two TDs in a win over Jacksonville (N.C.)
- Shaq Davidson had 23 carries for 155 yards and a TD and was 12-of-16 passing for 116 yards and a TD in Gaffney's win vs. Byrnes (S.C.).
- MarQuez North had one receiving TD and one rushing TD in a win over Hopewell (N.C.).
- Skai Moore officially visits Vanderbilt
Mike Mitchell unofficially visits Oklahoma
- Josh Malone unofficially visits Notre Dame
- Dareian Watkins & Dominique Booth unofficially visits Indiana for the Ohio State game
- Jaquan Lyle unofficially visits Louisville
- Jamarco Jones unofficially visits Michigan for the Illinois game
- Brandon Simmons unofficially visits Texas and Oklahoma for Red River Rivalry game in Dallas
- 2014 F Keita Bates Diop will visit Ohio State today and Mich State tomorrow to watch full practice
- 2013 Buckeyes commit Marc Loving will make his official visit to OSU next weekend, per his father
- Mikale Wilbon unofficially visits Michigan
- Tony Brown & Speedy Noil unofficially visits LSU for South Carolina game
Any running back consolation prize after missing out on Derrick Henry will not come next weekend for Tennessee.
Running back David Williams (Philadelphia/Imhotep Charter), No. 123 in the ESPN 150, will no longer make a visit to Tennessee beginning the weekend of Oct. 19.
Both Williams and Imhotep Charter coach Al Crosby reported the official visit will still take place, though. The No. 13 running back nationally is planning to officially visit Knoxville on Nov. 23.