- Alabama offered Cecil Cherry
- Indiana offered Kendrell McFadden
- Florida State offered Taj Griffin
- Florida offered Devante Peete
- Miami offered John Burt
- California offered Nyles Morgan
- North Carolina offered Jordan Scarlett
- Nebraska offered Jerome Baker
- Ed Warriner will visit Danny Burns today
- Staff will visit with Jon Bezney today
- Bucks visited KC McDermott yesterday
BN $ - Meyer-Vrabel Big To OSU Target '15 CT DL Christian Wilkins
- Knew of Mike Vrabel from growing up a Patriots fan...will try to visit this summer and also has offers from Penn State, Florida State, Boston College, Stanford, Virginia, Maryland and Connecticut.
Rivals $ - 2015 OT getting major offers '15 PA OL Sterling Jenkins
- Most recent offers are from Ohio State, Pittsburgh and Penn State...Alabama, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Virginia Tech and LSU have been by his school...no visits planned as of yet.
Scout $ - Ohio State Offers Florida RB '14 FL RB Dacorius Law
- His coach says he thought Dacorius was going to faint when he got the OSU offer...says a lot of schools are waiting on academics but that the light has gone on for Dacorius and he has buckled down knowing what an opportunity he has.
Newly Offered: '14 FL WR Travis Rudolph (hudl)
Newly Offered: '14 NC DE Lorenzo Featherston
Newly Offered: '14 LA DT Courtney Garnett (Texas Vebal)
A whopping six scholarship offers were issued Thursday, as the Ohio State staff hit the recruiting trail with a purpose. Get caught up with the new offers, some upcoming visits, and a potential flip commitment for the Buckeyes.
Of all the prospects issued scholarships yesterday, the Danish sensation Hjalte Froholdt (pronounced "Yelda") may be the least known by recruiting enthusiasts nationwide. The 2015 prospect may be a foreign exchange student and only a sophomore as of now, but he has garnered a small, impressive list of scholarship offers. After visiting Columbus days ago and receiving the news out of Columbus, Froholdt now holds offers from Arkansas, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State, and Ohio State.
The Warren G. Harding (Warren, OH) standout isn't pegged to play a specific position yet in college, yet many project him to end up at the offensive tackle or defensive tackle position at the collegiate level. Considering his young age and limited exposure to recruiting services and scouts, Froholdt seems destined to snag many more offers in the future. I'd love to provide you all a highlight video, but all that has surfaced of Froholdt footage thus far is a picture slide show of football actions shots and some highlights from his years as a 14 year old foreign footballer. There are also some interesting logistical questions involving his needing to finish high school back in Denmark, but he seems adamant he plans to attend college and play football in the United States. We'll keep you posted as his evaluation and recruitment progresses.
Parkway's Brandon Harris narrows the field' (shreve port times)
Parkway High School quarterback Brandon Harris took the first step toward making a college decision late Thursday night when he announced the seven schools he plans to visit this summer.Harris, via Twitter, said: "After evaluating every great school that has recruited me, my family and I feel that these are the schools we will visit this summer. Auburn, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Alabama, Baylor, Ohio State and LSU. Thanks for everyone's support thoughout the most difficult process of my young life.''
Rivals Camp Series: Top athletes (Rivals)
GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- They paraded through here the past month like men in search of the answer to some great truth, certain that the key to its unlocking existed, yet visiting primarily out of obligation in the face of tough odds.
Coordinators Tom Herman of Ohio State, Mike Bobo and Todd Grantham of Georgia, Doug Nussmeier of Alabama and others came.
They came to see Deshaun Watson, ESPN's No. 1-rated dual-threat quarterback prospect in the Class of 2014, a 6-foot-3, 186-pound dynamo who won a state title last fall and has accumulated, in three seasons, more all-purpose yards and passing touchdowns than anyone ever to play high school football in Georgia.