Updated Visitor List (subject to change)
September 28th (Wisconsin)
'14 QB Stephen Collier (Leesburg, GA)
'14 WR Jalen Brown (Phoenix, AZ) - official
'14 WR Johnnie Dixon (West Palm Beach, FL) - official/tentative
'14 WR Terry McLaurin (Indianapolis, IN)
'14 TE Tyler Luatua (La Mirada, CA) - official
'14 JuCo OT Avery Gennesy (Southaven, MS) - official/tentative
'14 OT Jamarco Jones (Chicago, IL)
'14 DE Jalyn Holmes (Norfolk, VA) - tentative
'14 LB Kyle Berger (Cleveland, OH)
'14 DB Damon Webb (Detroit, MI)
'14 S Mailk Hooker (New Castle, PA)
'14 ATH John "JuJu" Smith (Long Beach, CA) - official
'15 QB Kai Locksley (Baltimore, MD) - tentative
'15 OT David Moorman (Pinckney, MI)
'15 DE CeCe Jefferson (Glen St. Mary, FL)
'15 LB Markus Bailey (Hilliard, OH)
'15 LB Marquise Copeland (Bedford, OH)
'15 S Reggie Rogers (Massillon, OH) - tentative
'15 ATH Eric Glover-Williams (Canton, OH)
October 19th (Iowa) [Homecoming Game]
'15 LB Justin Hilliard (Cincinnati, OH)
'15 ATH George Brown Jr. (Cincinnati, OH)
October 26th (Penn State)
'14 WR Travis Rudolph (West Palm Beach, FL) - official
'14 OL Demetrius Knox (Fort Worth, TX)
'14 OT Jamarco Jones (Chicago, IL)
'14 LB Raekwon McMillan (Hinesville, GA) - official
'14 LB Kyle Berger (Cleveland, OH)
'14 DB Jamal Adams (Lewisville, TX) - official
'15 TE C.J. Conrad (LaGrange, OH)
'15 TE Miles Boykin (Chicago, IL)
'15 OL Sterling Jenkins (Pittsburgh, PA)
'15 OL David Moorman (Pinckney, MI)
'15 OL Drew Richmond (Memphis, TN)
'15 ATH Jacques Patrick (Orlando, FL)
November 23rd (Indiana)
'14 JuCo OL Chad Mavety (East Garden City, NY) - official
'15 LB Justin Hilliard (Cincinati, OH)
Scout $ - Recruiting News and Notes 9/9 '14 FL WR Travis Rudolph
- By Young....Taking an Official for the Penn State game. Derek believes Brown & Dixon are both ahead of him in the pecking order.
Football | What we learned Friday (hampton roads)
Let's take a spin through Friday night football in South Hampton Roads to see what we learned ...
Oscar Smith is ready for prime time
The Tigers shook off an early safety and freshman QB Shon Mitchell came through when he got the starting nod in a convincing 42-2 victory over Lake Taylor in a game televised on ESPNU.
Oscar Smith was playing for the fourth time in five season on national TV, and the Tigers enjoyed the spotlight. Especially WR/DB Jaylen Bradshaw. A senior who has committed to Virginia Tech, caught three TD passes and had an INT while two Hokies assistant coaches were on the sideline.
Lake Taylor needs a healthy QB
First, starter Delmon Williams went down with an injury in the opening quarter; then, backup Marquise Poole left with an injury. The Titans' offense never recovered after Williams - a 2,000-yard passer last season - left the game.
Things got worse in the third quarter when star TE/DE Jalyn Holmes, committed to Ohio State, was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. He's likely to miss the Titans' next two games - vs. Amherst County and Norview - under Virginia High School League rules.
Nationally ranked Manatee routs Gilman in football (baltimore sun)
COLLEGE PARK — Too many Manatee playmakers and three Gilman turnovers added up to a 44-14 victory for the nationally ranked Hurricanes of Bradenton, Fla., over the No. 1 Greyhounds in Sunday’s Brothers In Arms Classic at Byrd Stadium.
Joshua Meyer threw three touchdown passes and rushed and passed for 178 yards, Kelvin McKnight hauled in 11 passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns and Trevon Walters ran for 95 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries to lead Manatee (1-0).
“We just couldn’t stop them defensively,” Gilman defensive coordinator Stan White said. “It doesn’t matter how many turnovers the offense has. They were more physical and made the plays on third down. We didn’t.”
Gilman’s head coach Biff Poggi was ejected from the game early in the fourth quarter. The Greyhounds had been assessed a sideline penalty and Poggi went onto the field to question it, which led to a second flag and an ejection.
By then the outcome had been all but decided.
Manatee led, 17-14, at halftime and took control in the third quarter, capitalizing on two Gilman turnovers.
Gilman (1-1) lost the ball on its first possession of the half when a bad snap went over quarterback Kai Locksley’s head.
What’s the latest with Raekwon McMillan? He’s the state’s No. 2 overall football prospect.
We caught up this weekend with the 5-star linebacker from Liberty County High School.
- Which college leads for McMillan? Is it Ohio State?
- Or has Alabama moved in front?
- And what about Clemson? McMillan was impressed with Clemson when he visited for the UGA game.
- On a scale of 1-10, how would he rank his Clemson visit?
- And what about UGA? His high school coach at Liberty County played football for the Bulldogs.
- And which SEC school that McMillan hasn’t really mentioned … is he thinking about visiting later this month?
McMillan talks about all of that, and more, in the video. His official visit schedule is UGA on Sept. 28, Clemson on Oct. 19, Ohio State on Oct. 26, Alabama on Nov. 9 and Florida on Nov. 30.
Danny Clark's full story, the latest with Noah Brown and Ohio State's weekend visitor wrap-up: Buckeyes recruiting (cleveland)
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Danny Clark entered the game at quarterback in the second half of Massillon (Ohio) Washington’s season opening win over Perry on Aug. 30, the first time he ever walked onto the field as a high school football player.
Given Clark, a freshman, was about to take snaps for one of the more storied programs in Ohio high school football, he could have been overwhelmed by the moment. Instead, he threw a 59-yard touchdown pass on his first career attempt.
The following week, Clark got his first career start for the Tigers against Canton GlenOak. Backed by a strong performance by Clark – he threw three touchdowns, but also had two interceptions – the Tigers beat GlenOak to advanced to 2-0.
Ohio State recruiting: State Secrets, 9/9 - Noah Brown, Charlie Fessler, Noah Dickerson visit (LGHL)
Future Buckeye signal caller and Georgia native Stephen Collier racked up some pretty impressive numbers again Friday night. The 6-4 210 pound quarterback led Lee County High to a victory over Albany. Collier, completed 18 of his 26 passing attempts for 361 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for another 60 and three scores. Stephen has the Trojans on the right track as they are now 2-0 on the season.
Collier's classmate Dylan Thompson led a ferocious Montini Catholic (IL) defensive line with three sacks. Dylan, was definitely a key reason why Montini ran away to a 34-6 win over East St. Louis Saturday evening. Standing 6-5 and 270 pounds, Thompson, a three star prospect now has five sacks for the 2-0 Broncos.
To see how the rest of the Dream '14 fared, check out this article by our Austin Kemp.
Just like last week, the football Buckeyes played host to quite a few current commits and recruits Saturday afternoon. A few of those talented prospects to invade Columbus were future Bucks linebacker Kyle Berger (Cleveland/St.Ignatius), kicker Sean Nuerenberger (Buckner, KY/Oldham County), athlete Eric Glover-Williams (Canton/McKinley), class of 2015 recruits, linebacker Anthony McKee (Columbus/Walnut Ridge),tight end CJ Conrad (Lagrange/Keystone),guard Matt Jones (Hubbard/Hubbard), wide receiver Charlie Fessler (Erie, PA/Cathedral Prep),wide receiver Devin Reed (Dayton/Wayne) and 2017 Massillon Washington quarterback Danny Clark.