- '14 OH WR Thaddeus Snodgrass is expected to announce his college choice next week at Springfield High School
- Virginia offers Mark Andrews
Rivals$--2014 QB Ulmer on verge of Buckeye offer '14 DC QB William Ulmer
- William says Coach Herman told him to expect a Buckeye offer in the next few weeks.
Scout$--U-M "feels like home" to '14 OL Mason Cole '14 FL OL Mason Cole
- Mason loved his visit to Ann Arbor and plans to see games at ND and USC soon.
Corey Clement decommits from Pitt (espn insider)
On Thursday, ESPN 300 running back Corey Clement (Glassboro, N.J./Glassboro) said it was "50/50" whether he would stick with Pittsburgh. On Sunday, he made a decision.
Clement decommitted from Pitt while on an official visit to Wisconsin, he confirmed in a text message.
He will make a decision Friday between Nebraska, Notre Dame and Wisconsin during his pep rally before his game. Friday is also his birthday.
"Can't tell just yet," Clement wrote when asked if he would flip to Wisconsin.
At first glance, Davonte James likes OSU (espn insider)
Davonte James (Springfield, Ohio/Springfield) might be hard-pressed to top his first experience at The Horseshoe.
On hand with teammate Thaddeus Snodgrass, the ESPN Watch List junior watched the improbable become probable when Kenny Guiton took over for an injured Braxton Miller to lead Ohio State over Purdue in a 29-22 overtime thriller.
“I thought it was a great game,” James said. “I didn’t think they were doing that bad. I liked that they never gave up. It was great.”
Vonn Bell maintains top 3 after UT visit (espn insider)
At 3-4 overall and 0-4 in the SEC, the Volunteers are not having the 2012 season that Tennessee's coaches, players or fans were hoping for. But in the world of recruiting, one strong class can make all the difference in turning a program around.
Derek Dooley is hoping to make ESPN 150 defensive back Vonn Bell (Rossville, Ga./Ridgeland) an integral building block for the future, and he spent time with the 6-foot, 190-pound senior during an unofficial visit to Knoxville on Saturday.
"I spoke to Coach [Derek] Dooley and the rest of the staff, and they just reiterated that they really need defensive backs," Bell said. "They made sure to let me know how important I am to the program and where they are trying to get to. The conversations were very normal."
tOSU, Bama and UT continue to be the top 3...mentioned key criteria of decision being: depth chart, relationship/communication with coaches and feeling of home.
WR Foster set to take official visit to Bama (espn insider)
It’s still a week away, but the visitor list for Saturday’s Mississippi State game is off to an impressive start for Alabama as ESPN 150 wide receiver and Crimson Tide target Robert Foster announced via Twitter that he will be taking his official to UA next weekend.
“Goin to ALABAMA Saturday for my official visit letgo!,” Foster tweeted.
The Pennsylvania native also tweeted that he would take official visits to Ohio State and Pittsburgh following his trip to Tuscaloosa. He’s expected to make a decision at some point between those three.
Foster first visited Alabama in April for the Tide’s spring game. He returned over the summer with his high school team, which was playing in a 7-on-7 tournament in Hoover, Ala.
Hawkins Enjoys His Visit (buckeye empire)
If you are a fan of High School Basketball in the state of Ohio you might recognize the name Deontae ”Teddy” Hawkins. A 2012 graduate of Dayton Dunbar and former Wichita State commit is now part of the 2013 class, suiting up for Quakerdale New Promise Academy in Iowa.
Saturday the 6’8 220lb Forward was in Columbus to check out the Ohio State campus and the football game ” The visit was great, I loved the football game”.