On Campus: Sept. 1

Did the California Golden Bears capitalize on the presence of Phillip Fulmer's Volunteers? Can the Gators make an impression on Eloy Vargas? This week's "On Campus" tracks the top recruits and where they're headed for football games.

The biggest collection of talent this weekend is on Ohio State's campus where Thad Matta's crew will knock out its committed 2008 visits. Three of the four OSU studs are on official trips. We expect the Buckeyes to handle their business this weekend before using their 110,000 fans to help attract underclassmen later in the schedule.

The biggest college football game of the weekend takes place on the West Coast where SEC power Tennessee invades California. Ben Braun's team is expected to take full advantage of the stage and host a slew of young kids.

2008 Visitors

2009 Unofficials

2010 Unofficials

The visits listed are subject to change. Some of the players were actually on campus earlier this week. Actual visit dates are noted when clicking on the links above.

Official Visitors

  • Austin Dufault, Arizona State
  • Tanner Smith, Auburn
  • Toby Veal, Auburn
  • Drew Hanlen, Belmont
  • Dallas Elmore, Boston College
  • Reggie Jackson, Boston College
  • D.J. Seeley, California
  • Garvin Hunt, Delaware
  • Drazen Zlovaric, Georgia
  • Wes Eikmeier, Iowa State
  • Colton Iverson, Iowa State
  • Frank Ben-Eze, Marquette
  • DeQuan Jones, Miami
  • Draymond Green, Michigan State
  • James Watson, Missouri State
  • Klay Thompson, Notre Dame
  • William Buford, Ohio State
  • B.J. Mullens, Ohio State
  • Walter Offutt, Ohio State
  • Evan Ravenel, Penn State
  • Damian Lillard, Saint Mary's (CA)
  • Kyle Kuric, Southern Illinois
  • Jason Jones, UTEP
  • Jordan Clark, Vermont

    Unofficial Visitors


  • Ralph Sampson, Clemson
  • Eloy Vargas, Florida
  • Devoe Joseph, Minnesota
  • Anthony Crater, Ohio State
  • Drew Wiley, Oregon
  • Orion Outerbridge, Rhode Island
  • Sylven Landesberg, Virginia


  • Jared Cunningham, California
  • Jordan Hamilton, California
  • Brendan Lane, California
  • Andre Marhold, Clemson
  • Mfon Udofia, Georgia
  • Jacob Jenkins, Kentucky
  • Junior Cadougan, Louisville
  • Jeronne Maymon, Marquette
  • Johnnie Lacy, Marquette
  • Luke Russell, Marquette
  • Jordan Morgan, Michigan
  • DaShonte Riley, Michigan
  • Colt Ryan, Michigan
  • Donovon Kirk, Michigan State
  • Dion Sims, Michigan State
  • Ben Simons, Michigan State
  • Von Jones, Michigan State
  • Jordan Prosser, Notre Dame
  • E.J. Singler, Oregon
  • D.J. Byrd, Purdue
  • Paris Bennett, Rhode Island
  • Michael Snaer, USC
  • James Still, Xavier


  • Jarell Eddie, Clemson
  • Flavien Davis, Marquette
  • Keith Appling, Michigan State
  • Mohamed Conde, Michigan State
  • Kendall Marshall, North Carolina

    Biggest Games

  • Tennessee at California (Bears host top juniors)
  • Georgia Tech at Notre Dame (always a good show)
  • Oklahoma State at Georgia (solid non-conference tussle)
  • Florida State at Clemson (Monday's Bowden Bowl)

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