Hopefully we'll get some news out of this week's official visits. It was a bit of a truncated week as far as free updates go because of the holiday. Apparently Terrance Taylor is visiting Colorado State this weekend. You can see in a free header on Rivals that Aaron Hayward is going to take his official visits, but that's nothing to worry about I think.
Gerald Hodges's HS career is over. Now Miami is involved?
De'Antwan Williams is planning to visit WVU in two weeks. However, the Mountaineers are rumored to be landing top prospect Tavon Austin soon, and:
He also plans to visit Maryland, Rutgers, Pittsburgh and perhaps Alabama. He added that the Terps and Scarlet Knights are recruiting him the hardest, but that every school has a shot.
"I am going to weigh all of my options and take all of my visits," he said.
We might still get an official visit from Khalil Wilkes.
"Rutgers has always been one of my top schools. I’ve been down there a few times and haven’t seen much of campus life or interact with the players. That is why I’m taking an official there. I thought it would be a smart move if I could visit my home state school."
Duron Harmon was injured over the weekend as his Caesar Rodney team won the Delaware state title. It fell to junior Malcolm Yowk (Scout reports that he has an offer from RU) to carry the Riders to victory.
I'm not sure this report is accurate, but it's worth monitoring.
Tight end-defensive end Jeremiah Mathis, who had a terrific game in the 34-7 victory over Good Counsel, told McGregor's wife, Brenda, that he has a scholarship offer from Rutgers. Mathis, who is 6-3 and 248 pounds, also holds offers from Syracuse, Akron, Eastern Michigan, Ohio and Liberty.
This article about Paul Carrezola sounds very promising.
Carrezola's tall stature (6-foot-3) and sizable frame (255 pounds) have been used on both sides of the ball.
Despite a lack of receiving numbers early in the season, the Rutgers signee became a huge part of the offense because of a great blocking style that helped free up running backs Quilan Arnold and Bryan Dean. Lately, he has become more of a pass-catching threat - including the grab of a 2-yard pass for the game-winning touchdown in last weekend's 21-14 victory over Garnet Valley.
2010 athlete J.T. Tartakoff doesn't have an offer yet.
This season Tartacoff took unofficial visits to Rutgers and Connecticut.
"They both were great," he said. "I loved the coaches and facilities. The atmospheres are stadiums were great too."