After contemplating his decision, star outside linebacker prospect and top-ranked football recruit Mike Mitchell has decided to attend Ohio State, according to the Twitter feed of the All-American Bowl: Congrats West LB Mike…
SAN ANTONIO — ESPN 300 wide receiver Shelton Gibson (Cleveland Heights, Ohio/Cleveland Heights) has continuously looked like one of the best slot receivers for the East during practices for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. It’s no wonder why schools from across the land are going all in for him. However, there are only four schools right now that he is reciprocating interest in: West Virginia, Ohio State, Kentucky and Tennessee. He has already taken official visits to West Virginia (Nov.
SAN ANTONIO — In recruiting, players can hate the process one day, love it the next. ESPN 300 defensive end Joe Mathis (Upland, Calif./Upland) has seen both sides, but is looking to make the process a past discussion. Mathis is one of eight players expected to announce where they’ll play college football during Saturday’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome. While many feel he’s leaning toward one school, Mathis said he’s eyed four schools fairly evenly.
SAN ANTONIO — Wednesday was a day off for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl teams. Instead of working out and participating in drills, the players took in visits around the city — including a stop at the Alamodome for photo opportunities and to see their game apparel — and used the day to recover from two days of practice. The teams will return to the fields on Thursday in arguably the most important practice of the week. Here are five things to keep an eye on for Thursday’s practice: Quarterback play: Instead of naming one, we’ll name all seven: USC commit Max Browne (Sammamish, Wash.
SAN ANTONIO — ESPN 300 wide receiver Tony Stevens (Orlando Fla./Evans) knows where he wants to go to school, but he’ll wait until Saturday’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl to announce it. Florida State, Texas A&M and Ohio State are the three schools Stevens will choose from. “I know where I want to go,” said Stevens, the No. 29 receiver and No. 207 player overall. “Basically [it came down to] how I felt when I went to the school and how they treated me.
SAN ANTONIO – ESPN 150 wide receiver James Quick (Louisville, Ky./Trinity) has drawn plenty of attention for his play through two practices for the East team in preparation for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He’ll garner even more eyes his way on Saturday when he announces his commitment during the game. The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder said he is down to Louisville, Ohio State and Oregon. Though his decision will come Saturday, it could be finalized by Wednesday morning, as he sits down to discuss his options with his parents, who are in town for the event.
Regardless of which state you follow, the high school football season has just recently ended in the last few weeks. Already there are some big Winter showcases coming up that will display some top underclassmen talent. One of the first of these showcases is the Next Level Nation Underclassmen Showcase being held on Wednesday, December 26th in Baltimore, Maryland. The event will feature some of the top young prospects on the east coast, several of which are either already being recruited by Ohio State or will be at some point down the road.