- North Carolina offered Travonte Valentine
- Nebraska offered Jermaine Eluemunor & Chad Mavety
- Alabama offered Quenton Nelson
- Mississippi State offered Joe Mixon
- Penn State offered Dareian Watkins
- Miami offered Sam Hubbard
- Louisville offered George Brown Jr
- Saeed Blacknall unofficially visits LSU
- David Sharpe unofficially visits Florida State
- Parrker Westphal will visit Vanderbilt on Saturday
BN $ - OSU Visit Doesn't Disappoint DB '14 OH DB Vayante Copeland
- By BK...visited for practice last Saturday...plans to camp to try to earn an offer.
ESPN $ - Vols host top Ohio LB for two-day visit '14 OH LB Kyle Berger
- Berger talks about his visit to Tennessee. Was really impressed with their facilities. He admitted the visit could have been better mainly because it was spring break and the campus was pretty quiet. He wished there was more people there so he could have gotten a better feel of what campus life really is. Berger did not say if he will make a return visit, admits it depends on his future visits. Commitment is still targeted to be in May. Confirms that he is unsure whether he will attend Michigan or Ohio State's spring game. Berger plans to visit Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan State & UCLA but no dates are set.
The battle for the best recruits across the country rages on. Ohio State has just hosted a recruit, and is planning on hosting even more prospects over the next couple of days.
Starting us off, news came in on Monday evening that '14 TE Mike Gesicki will be visiting Ohio State today. Gesicki is a 6'5", 215-pound tight end and holds offers from Rutgers, Boston College and Old Dominion. Our own Charles Doss got a chance to ask Mike about the visit in general:
I hear you will visit OSU this week, what coach are you contact with the most and what are they saying? what are a couple things you are most excited to see or do while in Columbus?
Coach Pantoni, the player personnel coach, offensive coordinator Tom Herman and offensive line coach Ed Warriner . They like my body type and and athleticism to fit in their offense great. They've told me they are very interested. I can't wait to see the campus and facilities. I've only heard great things about THE Ohio State University and I can't wait to get on campus see it first hand and hopefully meet coach Meyer!
Jeb Blazevich (Charlotte, N.C., Charlotte Christian) is unstoppable as a tight end and the only thing that appears to stop him from heading to Ohio State as a member of their 2014 recruiting class it appears is a snow storm.
Blazevich is the No. 8 tight end according to 247Sports.com composite rankings and was supposed to be in Columbus Tuesday for an unofficial visit, but had to postpone the trip after a snow storm kept him grounded. He hopes to reschedule soon, but has visits planned for Ole Miss Apr. 5 and Alabama Apr. 12. So if he can’t make it to Columbus this weekend, it may have to wait until Apr. 19.
Something tells me Urban Meyer won’t let that much time pass and wants Blazevich on campus before he heads to Alabama again and before he heads to Ole Miss, so he can put a favorable impression in his head and give him something to think about when he’s in SEC country.
According to Brad Bournival of ESPN.com, Blazevich has been receiving a lot of attention and eagerly await his arrival on campus.
C.J. Reavis, a consensus four-star athlete/safety prospect in the class of 2014 from Thomas Dale High School (Va.), is drawing attention from some of the nation's top college football programs. Reavis has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Vanderbilt, among others.
Reavis is 6'2, weighs 200 pounds and runs a 4.50 40-yard dash. He is considered a four-star prospect by 247Sports as well as the No. 14 overall player from the state of Virginia. Rivals also considers him a four-star recruit and ranks him as the No. 250 overall prospect in the class of 2014. Scout, on the other hand, has him rated as a three-star recruit.
He can be found on Twitter here.