- West Virginia offered Jacques Patrick
- Arizona offered Jonathan Haden
- South Carolina offered Reilly Gibbons
- Dontavius Blair unofficially visits Oklahoma
- Donell Stanley, Da'Shawn Hand, Jalyn Holmes, Elijah Hood, Trevion Thompson & Andrew Brown unofficially visit North Carolina
- Dillon Bates unofficially visits Tennessee
- Clifton Garrett unofficially visits Ole Miss
- Jalen Brown unofficially visits UCLA
- D'Andre Payne named MVP at Next Level Nation Five-Star Showcase
- Jaquan Lyle names Indiana, Ohio State, Florida, Tennessee, Illinois and Louisville as his six finalists.
Being a Notre Dame lacrosse commit isn't keeping football coaches from trying to add Sam Hubbard to their roster. The talented 2014 linebacker visited Ohio State this week, see what Sam had to say about his trip to Columbus.
Urban Meyer and the Ohio State football coaching staff played host to a few visitors this week. One of the talented prospects to make the trip down to Columbus was 2014 Cincinnati Moeller linebacker Sam Hubbard. The 6-6 225 lb Hubbard doesn't just impress on the gridiron but also at lacrosse, which he is ranked as one of the top Midwest recruits and currently committed to play for the University of Notre Dame. Even though Hubbard has already gave his word to the Fighting Irish it hasn't kept football coaches from trying to change that, schools such as Boston College, Illinois, Louisville and Ohio have offered football scholarships after an impressive junior campaign where Hubbard finished the season with 80 tackles 2 interceptions and 2 forced fumbles helping powerhouse Moeller to a State Championship.