When Ole Miss offered Watch List offensive lineman Quenton Nelson (Red Bank, N.J./Red Bank Catholic) on Monday, the Rebels became the 29th team to extend a scholarship. As of now, all of them are technically in contention for Nelson’s commitment. That should change by the end of April, however, as Nelson and his family will make several visits in the next few weeks. “I’ll probably narrow it down after I’m finished taking all of my visits,” he said.
With 22 commitments already in the fold, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is looking to put the finishing touches on his 2013 recruiting class.
Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, that finishing touch won’t include 3-star offensive tackle Dan Skipper, Meyer’s top …
As first reported by Tim May of The Columbus Dispatch, linebacker Conner Crowell and offensive lineman Joey O’Conner have left Ohio State and will not rejoin the team in 2013.
An OSU spokesman confirmed for The Dispatch that linebacker Connor …
With Ohio State’s wide receiver outlook still up in the air for the Class of 2013, coming into town on an official visit Saturday is an offensive tackle who could calm the nerves of those worried about the trenches. Cameron Hunt (Corona, Calif./Centennial) came in last weekend after an official visit to Michigan, but left without a commitment. Now, it’s Dan Skipper’s turn. A Tennessee commitment, Skipper (Arvada, Col./Ralston Valley) will make Ohio State stop No.
Cincinnati Colerain has produced several high-level BCS prospects and sends several players to FBS programs annually, and the Cardinals already have coaches inquiring about their 2015 class. Sophomore George Brown Jr., an offensive tackle and defensive end, made several unofficial visits during the fall and has the attention of several BCS schools. “Louisville, LSU, North Carolina, Clemson, Ohio State, Miami, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Michigan State,” Brown rattled off as the teams showing early interest.
Cal commit Cameron Hunt (Corona, Calif./Centennial) has become one of the top offensive line targets for a number of schools across the country. The four-star prospect recently returned home from the Under Armour All-America Game in Florida — the first leg of an action-packed January — and is focused on evaluating his options with less than a month to go until national signing day. “I’m just trying to sort through everything to evaluate each school and the opportunities they offer,” said Hunt, who moved up today from No.
Class of 2014 OL Sam Mustipher has his first visit of 2013 scheduled. It’s no surprise that it’s a football powerhouse. The ESPN Watch List offensive guard from Olney (Md.) Good Counsel said he will visit Notre Dame on Jan. 19. The Fighting Irish are one of many schools that have shown strong interest in the 6-foot-4, 280-pound prospect. His list of suitors reads like a who’s-who of college football powerhouses. Coaches from Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, North Carolina, Penn State and Maryland all visited in December.
Until a couple of weeks ago, the Oregon Ducks had been looking at three offensive linemen in order to round out their class with one or two more players at that position. Then two new recruits came into the picture and received offers almost immediately. Both of the new offers were big, as one led to a commitment and the other has one of the top players in the West seriously considering the Ducks. California commit and Under Armour All-American OL Cameron Hunt (Corona, Calif.
One of the more intriguing recruiting story lines in the west is that of ESPN 300 OL Cameron Hunt (Corona, Calif./Centennial). While he is still committed to the Cal Bears, the Under Armour All-American has a busy January ahead. “I have the Under Armour Game on January 4th, then the following week is when things get really hectic,” Hunt said. “I’m going to Michigan on the 12th, Oregon on the 18th and Cal on the 25th. I’m going to visit Ohio State at some point to but I need to figure that one out.