Quick Hitters: Offers and visits
Harding Harper: The Montgomery-Carver, Ala., linebacker continues to stay hot during the spring evaluation period. Harding snagged his first SEC offer Wednesday from Vanderbilt. He spoke to assistant coach Wesley McGriff on the phone and was informed of the news. South Alabama visited him on Tuesday.
Beau Hankins: The linebacker from Birmingham-Jackson-Olin, Ala., secured his third offer Wednesday evening from Memphis. He also has offers from Arkansas State and UAB. Hankins is hoping to hear the same good news from Arkansas and Houston within the next two weeks. He has seen coaches this week from Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oregon, Stanford, Tulane and Southern Illinois. Tennessee plans to visit in the near future. Arkansas, Clemson and Houston plan to attend his spring game.
Shatavius Lowe: The running back from Germantown, Tenn., has seen several schools stop by this spring. He recently added offers from Arkansas State and Cincinnati. He also has offers from Memphis and Mississippi State.
Dadeville, Ala.: The school has several prospects including Darrion Hutcherson who is committed to Auburn. One of the top prospects in the South for 2013 is defensive tackle Rod Crayton who has an offer from Ole Miss. A couple of other players receiving interest include offensive lineman Nick Johnson, defensive tackle Rashad Blackwell and athlete Serdarryen Pullen. Several schools have visited Dadeville during spring evaluations including Auburn, Ole Miss and Southern Miss. Wake Forest and West Alabama visited on Wednesday.
Jonathan Curry: Wake Forest offered the talented tight end from Central of Phenix City, Ala. on Wednesday. Wake Forest visited along with Arkansas State and Western Kentucky on Wednesday.
Caleb Azubike: The Nashville-McGavock, Tenn., defensive end recently added a new offer from Middle Tennessee. Coaches have visited Azubike this week from Duke, Marshall, UT-Martin and Carson Newman.
Prattville, Ala.: The Lions have several D-I prospects, but Wake Forest offered three players on Wednesday who are already committed to other schools. The Demon Deacons offered Alabama commitment Justin Thomas and Caleb Gulledge. They also offered 2013 offensive lineman Austin Golson who is committed to Florida State. All three remain solid with their commitments.
Willie Curry: The Enterprise, Ala. running back landed his first offer Wednesday from the Air Force Academy. One of the top high school performers last season should see more coaches this spring.
Jamichael Winston: The defensive end from Prichard-Vigor, Ala., hasn't played in a regular season game since his sophomore year. College coaches continue to stay attracted to the excellent pass rusher. Florida International offered on Wednesday, and several schools are close to pulling the trigger. Auburn, Florida State, Kentucky, Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State have visited this week.
Eric Belew: The 6-foot-2, 180-pound receiver from Columbia-Central, Tenn., feels Memphis is close to extending an offer. Several schools have visited this week including Vanderbilt, Middle Tennessee, UT-Chattanooga and Samford. Coaches from Georgia Tech and Tennessee are scheduled to visit in the near future.
Sheldon Dawson: The Memphis-Ridgeway, Tenn., star has seen several schools visit this week including Alabama, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Mississippi State, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt.
Will Redmond: The talented prospect transferred from Manassas to East High School in Tenn. to gain more exposure. He is receiving interest from several schools and reeled in offers from Cincinnati and Western Kentucky. He is waiting to hear back from Alabama and Clemson.
Devin Mondie: The 6-foot-6, 300-pound tackle from Memphis-Melrose, Tenn., received a visit Wednesday from Arkansas State. He expects to receive an offer from the Red Wolves once they review his transcript. Several schools including Alabama, Tennessee and Tulane are taking a closer look. He is moving from Melrose to Olive Branch, Miss. this summer.
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