- Oregon offered Isaiah Ford
- Virginia Tech offered Shai McKenzie
- Ohio State offered Xavier Gaines & Cecil Cherry
- Michigan offered Soso Jamabo
- Pittsburgh offered Jalen Christian
- Vanderbilt offered Jarrett LaRubbio
- Arkansas offered Derek Kief
- Dravon Henry announces a top four in no particular order: Pitt, Penn State, West Virginia and Ohio State
- Anthony Moten announces a Top 10 of Michigan, Florida State, Florida, South Carolina, Arkansas, USC, Notre Dame, Alabama, Clemson & Tennessee
- Urban Meyer & Ohio State impressed Braden Smith & his family during this week's visit
ESPN $ - RB Hood rethinking top group '14 NC RB Elijah Hood
- By VanHaaren......Says he's going to reconsider his top schools & thinks he wants to stay close to home.
ESPN $ - Ohio State impresses Watch List guard '14 KS OL Braden Smith
- Braden's coach Jeff Gourley says that they had a nice visit and that they weren't disappointed.
- A few names have been added for visits, list looking like this so far from here on out.
ESPN $ - Thompson alters timeline after new offers '14 IL OL/DL Dylan Thompson
- Dylan says he's looking to narrow it down from 5 to 8 schools by the beginning of his season and will make a decision on signing day. Confirms he will be at Ohio State on Saturday.
'14 DL Dylan Thompson (Lombard, IL)
'14 LB Kyle Berger (Cleveland, OH)
'14 QB Caleb Henderson (Burke, VA)
'15 OL George Brown Jr. (Cleveland, OH)
'14 TE Jeb Blazevich (Charlotte, NC)
'14 RB Jonathan Hilliman (Jersey City, NJ)
'14 WR Derek Kief (Cincinnati, OH)
'14 OL Quenton Nelson (Red Bank, NJ; 28th-29th)
'14 LB Raekwon McMillan (Hinesville, GA)
'14 QB Darius Wade (Middletown, DE)
'14 WR Demarre Kitt (Tyrone, GA)
'14 RB Nick Chubb (Cedartown, GA)
'14 WR Dallis Todd (La Mirada, CA)
'14 JUCO OL Chad Mavety (East Garden City, NY)
'14 OL Juwan Bushell-Beatty (Paramus, NJ)
'14 OL Sam Mustipher (Olney, MD)
'14 OL Alex Bookser (Mt. Lebanon, PA)
'14 DB Damon Webb (Detroit, MI)
'14 DB Jabrill Peppers (Paramus, NJ)
'15 RB Michael Weber (Detroit, MI)
'15 DE Joshua Alabi (Detroit, MI)
'14 WR Mark Andrews (Scottsdale, AZ)
'14 OL Demetrius Knox (Fort Worth, TX)
'14 RB Dravon Henry (Aliquippa, PA)
November 23rd (Indiana)
'14 JUCO OL Chad Mavety (East Garden City, NY) - official
'14 JUCO OL Jermaine Eluemunor (Scranton, PA) - official
Newly Offered: '16 QB Xavier Gaines Freshman Highlights
Newly Offered: '15 LB Cecil Cherry Sophomore Highlights (hudl)
Jalen Hurd & Todd Kelly Jr Interview
Plainfield South junior outside linebacker Clifton Garrett made an unofficial visit to Ole Miss over the weekend.
The Rebels are looking to add another prospect from Illinois after landing Crete-Monee's Anthony Standifer (2012) and Laquon Treadwell (2013).
"Ole Miss is a beautiful place," Garrett said. "Everyone here is like family, and once you get in town its all about Ole Miss. The coaches at Ole Miss, like head coach (Hugh) Freeze and the rest of the coaches, truly care about the players. The fans at Ole Miss are behind the program 100 percent and the players all want the same thing; they all want that national championship."
Garrett, who has 25 offers, also plans to visit LSU this spring.
Marist's Weishar visits Michigan: Marist junior TE Nic Weishar spent his weekend taking an unofficial visit to Michigan.
Ohio State had a five-star offensive tackle visit Monday, he won't be the only recruit the Buckeyes will have on campus the next few weeks.
Stud Kansas offensive tackle Braden Smith visited the Ohio State campus Monday. The 6-6 295 pounder's trip around the Midwest won't stop in Columbus, Braden will also check out Michigan and Notre Dame later this week. The five-star talent has offers from just about every school in the nation including Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas to name a few.
College coaches from across america aren't the only ones to take notice, Scout.com has Smith listed as the top player in Kansas the sixth ranked prospect in the class of 2014 and the second ranked offensive tackle in he country. With Cleveland Glenville beast Marcelys Jones and Lancaster four-star Kyle Trout already verbally committed to Ohio State, the staff has definitely made the offensive line a vocal point for the class of 2014 and are sitting pretty with many of the top hogs the class has to offer.
Smith won't be the only talented prospect to visit Ohio State this week, It has been reported that 2014 recruits, Cleveland St. Ignatius linebacker Kyle Berger and 6-5 270 lb defensive tackle and Illinois native Dylan Thompson will check out the Buckeyes this weekend. Berger and Thompson have watched their recruitment blow up the last few months, even if they don't end up in the scarlet and gray that doesn't mean they won't end up future teammates, they are both sporting scholarship offers from Arkansas, Illinois, Tennessee to go a long with a gang of other schools.
How Notre Dame, Ohio State Hold Early Edge for 2015 RB Mike Weber (bleacher report)
2015 recruit Michael Weber projects to be a very talented running back at the college level, so of course, two of the biggest programs in the country already hold the early edge for his commitment: Ohio State and Notre Dame.
Weber is unranked as of now, but that will change once the 2015 class starts to come into focus later on in this current recruiting cycle. He has good size at 5'10'', 190 pounds, and he goes to Cass Tech, which is a school in Detroit known for producing some elite recruits.
Cass Tech is a known Michigan pipeline, but according to a report via Brad Bournival of ESPN.com, the Fighting Irish and Buckeyes are the two programs standing out to the 2015 running back right now.
A 5-foot-10, 195-pound sophomore, Weber has offers from Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State and Syracuse, but is eyeing trips to Notre Dame and Ohio State.
“I like all my offers right now,” Weber said Saturday at the New Level Athletics 7 on 7 Midwest Regional. “I think I’m going to ride this out and decide my senior year, but I’m really looking forward to visiting Notre Dame and Ohio State in April. I’m traveling with Max Ex right now and doing these 7-on-7s [tournaments].”
Our "Bucks to the Future series" rolls along with the last official commitment from signing day, RB Ezekiel Elliot from St. Louis, MO. Although Elliott was the sixth player to commit to Urban Meyer, he had 17 offers from all over the country, including Notre Dame, Georgia, and over half of the schools in the Big Ten. His home state school, Missouri, put on a full court press in the days leading up to signing day in an effort to get Elliott to stay home, but in the end, the chance to be a dual threat weapon in Meyer's offense won the day. Getting a player as versatile as Elliott was important for Meyer and what he wants to do with the offense, and Elliott is an example of Meyer's national recruiting profile, as he was the #1 player in the state of Missouri according to the Rivals 247 composite rankings, and the fifth ranked running back overall.