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Scouts looks at trends of every uncommitted member of 2017 class in Scout 300

Signing day is Feb. 1 and the updated Scout 300 Trend Meter for the 2017 class takes a look at which schools are trending for each uncommitted member in the Scout 300.

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National signing day is Feb. 1, and the class of 2107 is nearly in the books. However, there are still a ton of elite prospects on the board, and Scout takes a look at where each uncommitted member of the Scout 300 stands.


http://www.scout.com/player/192587-marvin-wilson?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Wilson announced his final five at the Under Armour Game: Florida State, LSU, Oklahoma, Ohio State and South Florida. He took official visits to the first four schools, and the final visit will be to South Florida on Jan. 27. We have been all over the map picking for the No. 1 defensive tackle as things have been fluid with coaching situations for his top schools, but maybe things are indeed calming down a bit.

Trending: LSU

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Keep an eye on Mississippi here, and especially keep an eye on Marvin Wilson's official visit schedule. It will be interesting to see which five schools get his trips. This one has always been tilted to the Southeast and LSU was an early favorite, but can schools like TexasOklahoma and USC convince him of a better opportunity?

Trending: LSU

Sept. 26 update: Coach Les Miles was let go, so this throws the doors open as Wilson looks for the right fit as national signing day approaches. He has taken one official visit to Oklahoma and as one set with Florida State. Look for possible late in-state visits to be a big deal in the outcome for the five-star defensive tackle.

Trending: Texas

Oct. 24 update: Well, you know its a good recruitment to follow when the trends keep changing and as this has played out we have felt like Wilson would like to play in the SEC, and have confirmed he has a lot of Texas pride. Why not a school that checks off both boxes? We have warned you to buckle up and the meat of the recruiting season is forthcoming for the five-star, and he won’t pick until national signing day. Maybe next month we can pick Florida State to be trending. 

Trending: Texas A&M

Nov. 23 Update: We told you to buckle up on Wilson recruitment and we would probably end up picking multiple schools to trend before he makes a final decision come February. Coming off of a good trip to Florida State and a strong relationship with assistant coach Clint Brewster, we will go with the ‘Noles this month.

Trending Florida State

Dec. 22 update: Wilson is set to announce his top five at the Under Armour All-America game or during the week of practices. Could his recruitment be coming back full circle and pointing to a school in the Southeast? For our prediction, we are going full circle and back to where we started.  

Trending: LSU


http://www.scout.com/player/190463-aubrey-solomon?s=73

Jan. 20 Update: What a roller coaster ride this one has been. In December, and even into the first week to week and a half, Alabama was on top for Solomon, but that has changed.  Michigan, the school he was once committed to has moved back in front and the Wolverines are trending in a big way. Georgia is still hanging around.

Trending: Michigan

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Michigan got Aubrey Solomon on campus in June and he committed to the Wolverines before he left, but on Aug. 22, he backed off that pledge.  Georgia has been trending behind the scenes here with Alabama, Oregon, USC and a few others right in there as well.  He now plans to take all five official visits before making his final decision. 

Trending: Georgia

Sept. 26 update: Aubrey Solomon is likely to stay in the South after decommitting from Michigan in August. Alabama is in this, he talks about Florida, and plenty of other schools are coming after him, but the in-state school, Georgia, is trending for the Scout 100 defensive tackle. There is no sign of that changing as we head into October.

Trending: Georgia

Oct. 24 update: A former Michigan commit, but Solomon is likely to stay in the south when all is said and done.  Even before Solomon decommitted from Michigan in August, Georgia appeared to be making a move.  Alabama and Georgia are the two schools to keep a close eye on right now.  Florida is another one he is very interested in.  He knows he is a big target for the in-state Bulldogs, and he may be leaning that direction.

Trending:  Georgia

Nov. 23 update: Has there been a change at the top for Solomon?  He says it has been this way for a while, but he recently named Michigan as his top school.  Georgia is considered to be another top contender for the five star as well.  Alabama, Clemson, Oregon and USC are still being considered.

Trending: Michigan

Dec. 22 update: There may be only six weeks until signing day, but this is a race that could go a number of ways. This has been a real rollercoaster, and there are still many ups, downs and loops before the end. Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Michigan and USC are involved here.

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/193382-joseph-lewis?s=73

Jan. 20 update: USC continues to make a move for Lewis and will get his final official visit Jan. 27. Oregon is trying to get back in this and new coach Willie Taggart did a home visit with Lewis on Tuesday. He may take an unofficial visit to Eugene this weekend and if he does, the Ducks are definitely in this one. Nebraska has been our choice for the last few months and we still feel the Huskers have a great choice. We're making the call to USC as the 'trending' choice right now because we feel they do have a lot of momentum but it's a 50-50 call between the Trojans and Huskers at the moment. 

Trending: USC

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Joseph Lewis will visit Nebraska and Oklahoma officially and plans to see Arizona and Oregon for visits this fall, but you cannot count out the hometown USC. Still, Nebraska has been doing well with him.  He was on campus for an unofficial visit earlier this month and has been a huge priority.  Of course, the coach key in his recruitment, Nebraska receivers coach Keith Williams, was arrested for a DUI the same weekend Lewis visited.  But the Huskers have made a big impact in his recruitment.

Trending: Nebraska

Sept. 26 Update: Joseph Lewis was supposed to visit Nebraska this past weekend but had to re-schedule it for Oct. 1. Alabama, Arizona, Oklahoma and Oregon will get visits as well and USC is involved locally. The Huskers still seem to be in a good spot right now.

Trending: Nebraska

Oct. 24 update: Lewis had very good visits with Nebraska and Oregon and still has November trips with Alabama and Oklahoma and a visit pending to Arizona. We like where Arizona and Nebraska are currently sitting for Lewis. 

Trending: Nebraska

Nov. 23 update: Lewis scheduled a visit to Oklahoma for two weeks ago but will likely now take it after the season. Alabama is still in line for a visit later this month and Washington and Arizona are competing for his final official visit.

Trending: Nebraska

Dec. 22 update: Things are getting interesting with Lewis. As expected, USC is making a move here and Lewis will likely take an official visit. He will check out Arizona State (Jan. 13) and could visit Washington at the end of January. Until we hear otherwise, we are still calling this one for Nebraska, but it is definitely a very tight race.

Trending: Nebraska


http://www.scout.com/player/198193-devonta-smith?s=73

Jan. 20 update: LSU has made this one much more interesting than many expected they would six months ago, but will it be enough? Alabama is still in a good spot here, and the Crimson Tide will host Smith on an official visit this weekend. Miami will get the last visit.

Trending: Alabama

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If it was not for the catastrophic floods in Louisiana in recent weeks, Devonta Smith would likely already be committed.  He was set to announce his decision Aug. 15, but the heavy rains came days before then and led him to push his decision back.  Alabama, LSU and Miami are the three contenders and he may take his decision to 2017 now.

Trending:  Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Devonta Smith was expected to be off this list when the initial "Trend Meter" was posted in August. But with the floods hitting central Louisiana hard just days before his planned Aug. 15 announcement, he called the ceremony off. The school we picked then is the school we pick now — Alabama. Miami and Ole Miss are the Crimson Tide’s biggest competitors.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: Alabama, Miami and TCU are schools Smith is eyeing, but LSU, the in-state school is hanging around.  He has said on numerous occasions that is planning to leave the state, and the Crimson Tide is in the driver’s seat to land the premiere wide receiver.  At this time, it is highly likely Smith ends up in Tuscaloosa.

Trending:  Alabama

Nov. 23 update: Smith loves to play the quiet game, but it is clear that Alabama is still the team to beat. LSU got a little more involved and he still lists Miami and TCU as contenders, but it will take a lot to keep him away from Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Smith has official visits to Alabama, LSU and Miami coming up in January, and those are the three schools with a chance with this five-star wide receiver. Alabama has been in the lead for some time, but LSU has come on over the last couple of months. The Tigers are the in-state school, but the Crimson Tide will still be tough to beat.

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/183127-austin-jackson?s=73

Jan. 20 update: The five-star offensive tackle performed well at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and could announce a college decision at any moment given he doesn't want to wait until national signing day. Michigan tried to stay in the chase late but it's really down to Arizona State, USC and Washington, with all three teams stopping by Phoenix last week to check up on Jackson immediately after the dead period ended.

Trending: USC

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Austin Jackson wins the award for most under-the-radar recruit in this class. He does not do many interviews and did not do any camps this spring and summer.  He has offers from all over, but Arizona State has constantly been on him.  Meanwhile, USC, where his grandfather played, is still in the mix. But he visited Arizona State a couple of times this fall already.

Trending: Arizona State

Sept. 26 update: The five-star offensive tackle from Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon maintained a low profile for over a year, yet his recruitment has been anything but slow. Nearby Arizona State, which he stopped by several times the last few months, and USC, where he has family connections, are mentioned most in his recruitment and are the two schools pushing the hardest. Jackson intends to officially visit both those schools as well as Nebraska, with Michigan being another possible destination, before he makes a decision after the season.

Trending: Arizona State 

Oct. 24 update: Oregon is set to draw the first serious look from the five-star offensive tackle later this month when the Ducks host Arizona State, a school that Jackson is plenty familiar with. It's set to be the first official visit in what is shaping up to be one of the more intriguing recruitments out West, particularly since Jackson has been so quiet in regards to the process. ASU, USC and Michigan are also in good shape to earn official visits, with Nebraska being another program Jackson has some interest in seeing up close. The 6-foot-5, 255-pound prospect told Scout.com recently that he intends to announce a decision at some point in January after making all of his stops. 

Trending: Arizona State 

Nov. 23 update: Jackson officially visited Oregon in late October and Washington this past weekend, so there's finally been some activity in his recruitment. The five-star offensive tackle is scheduled to visit USC next, this coming Thanksgiving Day weekend, before stopping by nearby Arizona State the weekend of Dec. 3. The Trojans and Sun Devils have had the upper hand in this race for over a year, so it's crunch time for those two programs as others try to get a hat on the table.

Trending: Arizona State

Dec. 22 update: It is looking like a three-team race for the five-star offensive tackle, as nearby Arizona State tries to fend off longtime co-favorite USC and dark horse Washington. The Huskies impressed Jackson on his visit to Seattle during the season, with Phoenix (Ariz.) North Canyon coach Jose Lucero telling Scout Jackson really enjoyed the area. But the Trojans and Sun Devils each did well when it was their turn to host just prior to the dead period. Jackson intends to announce his decision shortly after the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, with no more visits planned.

Trending: USC


http://www.scout.com/player/182677-tedarrell-slaton?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Florida is the lone school that's secured an official visit, and currently leads the way with Slaton, who is spending this weekend in Gainesville. Ole Miss is hoping to get him on campus the weekend before National Signing Day, while the likes of Georgia, Miami, Clemson and Kentucky remain in the picture as well. All eyes are on the Gators here.

Trending: Florida

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Tedarrell Slaton continues to focus on a bundle of suitors, including Michigan, Clemson, Miami, Florida State, Tennessee and Duke. But the suitor to really monitor at this time is Michigan. Slaton's teammate and fellow offensive lineman, Kai-Leon Herbert, is currently committed to the Wolverines, who also just signed Slaton's former teammate in tight end Nick Eubanks. It will be interesting to see how Slaton's official visits play out, but with an eye-opening trip to Ann Arbor already in the books, everything is looking good for the program residing in the Great Lakes state.

Trending: Michigan

Sept. 26 update: The nation's second-ranked offensive guard still is yet to pencil in any official visits, but Tedarrell Slaton knows of one school that will receive an official visit at some point, and that is Michigan. Slaton's teammate and fellow offensive lineman, Kai-Leon Herbert, is committed to the Wolverines, who also signed Slaton's former teammate in tight end Nick Eubanks. It will be interesting to see how Slaton's official visits play out, but with an eye-opening trip to Ann Arbor already in the books, everything is starting to fall into place for coach Jim Harbaugh's program

Trending: Michigan

Oct. 24 update: Slaton continues to play the waiting game in regards to locking in his official visit dates, but Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have certainly done nothing to diminish their standing in his recruitment. The five-star prospect also recently made a pit stop in Hard Rock Stadium to get an up-close look at the nearby Miami Hurricanes. Clemson, Florida, Miami and Tennessee are additional schools in the picture, but the Wolverines are sitting in a great spot for Slaton.

Trending: Michigan

Nov. 23 update: Slaton is in the midst of his team's playoff run, so expect him to hit the road for his official visits once his prep career comes to a close. Michigan continues to trend with close friend and teammate, Kai-Leon Herbert, committed to the Wolverines, but also keep an eye on the likes of Clemson, Miami, Ole Miss and Virginia Tech. He plans to make multiple official visits, so schools will certainly have their shot, but the prediction remains the same.

Trending: Michigan

Dec. 22 update: Slaton has been more focused on his work in the classroom, so no official visits are scheduled (as of yet), but Michigan, Florida, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Miami are schools on his short list.

Trending: Michigan


http://www.scout.com/player/202196-k-lavon-chaisson?s=73

Jan. 20 update: This is a very tight race between LSU and Texas. Most of the trend picks have been for the SEC school, which was first to offer. He is riding high off of his first official visit to Baton Rouge and rated the trip 1000 on the 1-10 scale.  Smokescreen or sincerity? Only time will tell, but Texas needs to hit a home run when it hosts him this weekend.

Trending: LSU

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LSU offered K'Lavon Chaisson before the start of his high school career and that early movement may loom huge around decision time. When Chaisson released his top 10 list he put the schools in order and listed Oklahoma as his No. 1 choice, and his reasoning was sound. Houston is a very serious contender to consider as well, and a Chaisson commit would give Cougars coach Tom Herman back-to-back No. 1-rated defensive linemen in the Houston area.

Trending: LSU

Sept. 26 update: Chaisson has not revealed any new news surrounding his recruitment, but things have certainly changed in Baton Rouge. We would probably pick Houston as the trending favorite for Chaisson right now, but what if coach Tom Herman ends up being the head coach of the Tigers?

Trending: LSU

Oct. 24 update: One of the toughest races to predict. Chaisson always has great reasoning behind schools that are ebbing and flowing on his list. With things changing at LSU and Oklahoma, could Houston add another top 50-rated defensive lineman to its front?

Trending: Houston

Nov. 23 Update: Chaisson plays things close to the vest, but how about a shot in the dark here? LSU should definitely still be a strong contender. Still, if Charlie Strong remains as coach at Texas or if Houston coachTom Herman is hired there, it could be the ‘Horns who could offer an early opportunity for a player like Chaisson to make a huge splash and a major impact, much like Ed Oliver did at Houston. Chaisson is the type of player Texas needs on its defense desperately. Still, the Magic Eight Ball would read “hazy, try again.”

Trending: Texas 

Dec. 22 update: Chaisson will take official visits to LSU on Jan. 13, Oregon on Jan. 17, Texas on Jan. 20, Colorado on Jan. 23 and USC on Jan. 27. Oklahoma was also thought to be a contender and was No. 1 on his Top 10 list back in the summer. But LSU was the first offer and has been the one continued school standing tall on his list, still the water is best described as murky at this point.

Trending: Texas


http://www.scout.com/player/193616-jay-tufele?s=73

Jan. 20 update: The four-star defensive tackle from South Jordan (Utah) Bingham was impressive throughout U.S. Army All-American Bowl week and took a local visit to BYU last weekend when the dead period ended. He was treated like a priority by a coaching staff he has known for a while, yet, a few short hours after Tufele returned from campus, Utah made sure to drop by for an in-home meeting with the entire staff. Michigan and Ohio State still figure prominently and Tufele has trips lined up with USC and Utah remaining.

Trending: Utah

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Jay Tufele will visit Ohio State and Michigan, and also wants to visit USC at some point along. He made frequent visits to BYU and Utah, the local schools. Michigan being at Pride Camp, where he camped in June, had a big impact.  But Utah has done very well at Bingham, historically, especially with defensive tackles ( Star Lotulelei and Lowell Lotulelei), and he is an important recruit for the Utes.

Trending: Utah

Sept. 26 update: The No. 2 -rated defensive tackle in the 2017 class dropped by BYU last week to see the Cougars against UCLA and also visited Utah earlier this month. Tufele said recently he intends to release a list of top five schools, with Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon and USC also considered to be strong contenders. It looks like Tufele will officially visit the Wolverines Oct. 22, and that could be a major opportunity for coach Jim Harbaugh, who saw the 6-foot-3, 297-pound prospect up close at Pride Camp in the summer.

Trending: Utah

Oct. 24 update: After making multiple stops at in-state options BYU and Utah this season, Tufele finally hit the road this past weekend for his first official visit to Michigan. The Wolverines have been pressing hard for months since working with Tufele at Pride Camp over the summer and the impressive lineman has been very receptive to their advances. Still, it's only the first step in a process that will likely include visits to strong suitors Ohio State, Oregon and USC. But until he and his family are completely blown away by an out-of-state program, it might be difficult to pull the four-star prospect away from staying close to home.

Trending: Utah

Nov. 23 update: Tufele, the No. 2-rated defensive tackle in the 2017 class, will take his second official visit this coming weekend to Ohio State for the Buckeyes' big rivalry game against Michigan, the other school he has already visited. It figures to be a key weekend for the four-star prospect who is fresh off winning a Utah state championship, particularly since it will be his first time in Columbus and also because he gets to see the Wolverines in action once again after they set the bar high on his trip to Ann Arbor. BYU, Oregon, USC and Utah all remain in contention.

Trending: Michigan

Dec. 22 update: The nation's No. 3 defensive tackle set official visits with USC (Jan. 20) and nearby Utah (Jan. 27) after taking trips to Michigan and Ohio State during the season. BYU and Washington are in contention to draw the final official, most likely on the weekend of Jan. 13, Tufele said, although he remains undecided on whether that will take place. Every contender dropped by in the days leading up to the dead period, and this race looks like it's headed down to national signing day.

Trending: Utah


http://www.scout.com/player/185026-jeff-thomas?s=73

Jan. 20 update: This one is now moving away from Illinois, which was once considered the leader. He named a top three of Louisville, Oregon and Miami on Thursday. He visits Miami this weekend and Tennessee the weekend after. Both of those schools will have an opportunity to land him. Louisville, which he was supposed to visit last weekend, is still in the mix as well. His quarterback, Rey Estes committed to Minnesota, so there is talk the Gophers may try to jump in.

Trending: Miami

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Missouri goes way up here with Jeff Thomas after teammate, quarterback and friend Reyondous Estes recently flipped from Western Michigan to the Tigers. He still has Alabama, Michigan State, Auburn, Texas A&M, Oregon, Florida State and others on his list, but Missouri is out in front.

Trending: Missouri

Sept. 26 update: No change. Missouri still the school he is expected to choose in the end.

Trending: Missouri

Dec 22 update: Thomas seemed to be favoring Missouri for much of the process, partly because his quarterback Reyondous Estes is committed there, but Illinois is making a furious push and the Illini are now the heavy favorite to land Thomas and flip Estes.

Trending: Illinois


http://www.scout.com/player/199362-willie-gay

Jan. 20 update: Gay recently told Scout it was LSU and Ole Miss on top, but Mississippi State is in the top group as well. Could Gay really leave his home state of Mississippi? If things go well for his family this weekend in Baton Rouge (La.), that answer could be yes. But, for now, we are staying with the home team.

Trending: Mississippi State

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Oct. 24 update: Willie Gay committed to Ole Miss, an in-state school, in June, and he is now back on the market.  He re-opened his recruitment Oct. 24 after taking an official visit to Michigan.  For a couple of months now Gay has had five official visits scheduled, and he had been thinking about this decommitment for some time.  Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Michigan look to be the main three now with Florida and Florida State also involved.

Trending: Ole Miss

Nov. 23 update: Willie Gay has been a free agent for some time now, so where is going to end up? It is likely to come down to a battle between Mississippi State and Michigan. Shortly after his official visit to Michigan, he decommitted from Ole Miss.  The Wolverines may hold an edge now, but the in-state Bulldogs are right there.

Trending: Michigan

Dec. 22 update: Gay was committed to Ole Miss, but the Rebels dropped down his list. Michigan is considered the leader by many, but Mississippi State may actually be the school in the best position. LSU is another school hanging around in this race.

Trending: Mississippi State


http://www.scout.com/player/195259-deommodore-lenoir

Jan. 20 update: Lenoir took an unofficial visit this past weekend to Oregon and the Ducks are looking good right now. The new staff really prioritized him and is selling Lenoir on the opportunity to play both ways. He'll visit Nebraska this weekend and has Mississippi State scheduled for the following weekend. UCLA and USC have both slipped a bit and Lenoir said he's no longer planning to unofficially visit either school. Unless the Huskers really blow him away this weekend, we think the Ducks are going to be really tough to beat. 

Trending: Oregon

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Dec. 22 update:  Deommodore Lenoir backed off his recent commitment to Oregon but the Ducks still have a real shot here. New head coach Willie Taggart made a home visit with Lenoir, one of his top priorities, before the dead period. A busy January awaits with official visits planned for Nebraska, North Carolina, UCLA and USC, and if it puts the full court press on him, we think USC could be tough to beat.


http://www.scout.com/player/199359-labryan-ray?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Ray's latest visit was to Tennessee, the school many feel is the top threat to in-state favorite Alabama. It may indeed be the case after the weekend but Alabama gets him on campus this weekend during its biggest recruiting weekend ahead of national signing day. Florida gets the last trip as this race feels like one between the three programs, though the safe bet remains with Alabama at this time. If he leaves the state, he'd be the highest-ranked to do so since Jameis Winston in the 2012 cycle.

Trending: Alabama

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LaBryan Ray, who has ascended as much as any prospect in the South over the last year, has an All-SEC top six of Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Florida. While not a group of finalists, it would be a surprise to see the versatile athlete, who could play inside or out along a defensive line, to leave the top conference's footprint. Leaving the state itself would be a surprise, too.

Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Labryan Ray is a clear SEC guy, with six schools in the conference making up his top group. He visited Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss and Tennessee this fall. Florida is the major player he has yet to return to, though it is expected when he begins taking official visits. Ray does not have an official timeline so each visit could be "the one" that wraps up his recruitment. However, he is top priority for Alabama, the campus he has seen the most, and it would be a surprise if he didn't end up in Tuscaloosa.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: Ray has been busy at SEC games and his last two allowed him to see the team most likely to land him at this time — Alabama. He'll take more trips, including multiple official visits, before all is said and done but it would still be considered an upset if he didn't roll with the Tide in the end. 

Trending: Alabama

Nov. 23 update: Ray continues to take visits and was at Florida last weekend. Many have long expected him to stay in the state and a big shift was created last week when he told Scout Auburn was no longer in the picture. He is down to Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Florida and Tennessee. He expects to take all five official visits.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Ray remains busy on the visit trail and Ole Miss was the latest to get he and the family on campus. Although it impressed, Tennessee and Florida appear to be more legit out-of-state threats for the top player in Alabama. The Crimson Tide will have a spot for him either way and it is not often Alabama coach Nick Saban loses an in-state priority like this one. Tennessee is the top threat to the Tide and he is going to go the distance with the process.

Trending: Alabama

Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/200268-jarez-parks?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Parks plans to make full use of his time before going with that one lucky school, with Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Auburn currently positioned best. The Seminoles and Crimson Tide already received official visits, but the Gators are expecting to bring him in the weekend before signing day as well. This is a well-reserved, quiet kid that's been going back and forth about the life-changing decision, but Alabama has certainly been the most consistent out of the bunch.

Trending: Alabama

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Jarez Parks, a man of a few words when it comes to chopping it up about the recruiting process, continues to flirt heavily with the likes of Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Auburn and Clemson, but really keep an eye on the Crimson Tide and Gators here. Parks lived out his childhood as a big supporter of the Gators, but Alabama coach Nick Saban's staff continues to push all of the right buttons as well. Last month's visit to Tuscaloosa stirred the pot and certainly opened his eyes, but no official visits have been scheduled at this time.

Trending: Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Jarez Parks continues to keep things close to vest with no official visits scheduled, but much of the focus shifted in the direction of Alabama and Florida. Florida State is another school in line to receive an official visit, but both the Crimson Tide and Gators have a done a great job of providing a home-like feel. The Scout 100 prospect has family in Gainesville, and grew up rooting for the Gators, but Alabama continues to be persistent and push all of the right buttons. Parks is taking a patient approach in regards to making a decision.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: Like Taderrell Slaton, Parks is likely waiting until after the season before penciling in any of his official visits. He recently listed Florida, Florida State and Alabama as schools that will definitely receive official visits, but the Gators and Crimson Tide have been creeping up towards the top of his list since the summer. Alabama is the football factory that's provided the home-like feel, while the Florida Gators are the childhood favorite. Official visits will have a significant impact, but keep an eye on the Tide here.

Trending: Alabama

Nov. 23 update: Schools like Alabama, Florida and Florida State continue to duke it out for Parks' coveted commitment, but official visits should have a significant impact on his overall decision. Alabama was the first school to receive an official visit this past weekend, while Florida State welcomes him to campus this weekend for when the Gators invade Tallahassee. Jimbo Fisher's program recently rolled out the red carpet on an unofficial visit as well, but expect Florida to secure their official visit date as well. I still like Alabama here, but the Seminoles have made up some ground as well.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Parks is yet to decide on a decision date, but could make the trek to Florida shortly after the New Year for an official visit. Alabama and Florida State already received official visits, and both really struck a chord with the Army All-American.

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/203871-henry-ruggs?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Ruggs' stock soared and he's been coveted as such for a long time. Alabama is the in-state favorite but Florida State, which hosted him over the weekend, has made a considerable push. He spent time with many players and now has as good a feel for the Seminoles as ever before. But Bama gets him back on campus this weekend, just a few days after coach Nick Saban spent several hours watching him hoop and meeting with him at his house. Ruggs may be Alabama's top offensive target left on the board. This one is closer than people think.

Trending: Alabama

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Henry Ruggs, a hoops standout coming off of his first year of high school football, exploded on the football field in 2015 as a dynamic wide receiver and return specialist and the offers have consistently come in. He has a current top five of Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Penn State. Ruggs was originally set to commit Aug. 1 but now wants to take additional visits first.

Trending: Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Penn State represent Henry Ruggs' top five but it long seemed like an in-state battle between the Tide and Tigers, with the Florida Gators as the wildcard of the bunch. Florida's push is making more waves by the day, but for now it would be surprising to see him end up anywhere but on Alabama coach Nick Saban's list come signing day.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: This one gets more interesting by the week. Ruggs told Scout he has a private leader within his top five of Bama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Penn State. Both AU and UA have hosted him quite frequently of late but the defending champs have been in the better position for some time. The Tigers are closing the gap so the longer it drags out the closer the final call will be.

Trending: Alabama

Nov. 23 update: The in-state schools seem like the safest bet here and Auburn continues to gain ground, but Ruggs says he had a personal leader for some time. He did not reveal it, but longevity favors Alabama in this case. Long way to go, though.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Has Auburn faded for Ruggs? It seems that way as Alabama and perhaps Florida and Florida State make up ground for the explosive threat. The Crimson Tide is the constant in his recruitment and he continues to admit he has a personal leader. If it is Alabama, can anyone make up ground with January trips?

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/199282-todd-harris?s=73

Jan. 20 update: LSU got the first official visit for January, next up will be Alabama, then he will close out the month with a visit to TCU. Arizona State is still involved, but he is likely to stay in the SEC. The in-state school, LSU is now starting to trend for the talented safety.

Trending: LSU

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If you go off the chatter you hear behind the scenes, Todd Harris has known where he wants to go for a very long time.  That was before he visited Alabama, though, late in the summer, and the Crimson Tide shot up his list.  Ole Miss is hanging around as well, but he is leaning towards staying home.

Trending: LSU

Sept. 26 update: Todd Harris was close to committing on an occasion or two, but he looks like he will take official visits before making his decision. At one time, LSU, this in-state school, was the clear pick, but at this time, you have to play the odds, and the odds are higher he leaves the state. Alabama and Ole Miss could be his top two.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: Will he stay or will he go?  Very early in the process, Harris was almost a lock to stay home, go to LSU and play for the Tigers.  Over the past few months, things have shifted a little, and Alabama and Ole Miss have become two prime players for the Scout 100 safety.  Arizona State is another school lurking, but it is likely Harris ends up at an SEC school.

Trending: Alabama

Nov. 23 update: Official visits are still being discussed with his family, but the main three — Alabama, LSU and Ole Miss — are very much involved.  It is likely going to be one of those three SEC schools. There are scenarios where all three could land Harris. Alabama may have the slight edge, but it is very tight, and it could depend on others who commit before him.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Harris will sign with an SEC school, but which one? Will it be Alabama, LSU or Ole Miss? He will take official visits in January, and he could take his recruitment to signing day. There was a change at all three schools with a head coaching change at LSU, and a change at defensive coordinator at Ole Miss. The numbers are tight, but Alabama may still sit at the top.

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/202941-phidarian-mathis?s=73

Jan. 20 update: This race is extremely tight, and it is a battle between Alabama and LSU.  The in-state Tigers had him on campus last weekend for a visit, then they had an in-home with him Tuesday, and they are right there, but Alabama may have the slightest edge.  The Crimson Tide has a huge need on the defensive line, Mathis has been a top priority for them for many months and he will be in Tuscaloosa (Ala.) this weekend.

Trending: Alabama

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Phidarian Mathis is a top defensive prospect in Louisiana with many offers, but like it does many times with top prospects in the Boot State, it is likely to come down to Alabama and LSU.  The Tigers have plenty of big names on their commitment list and target list, and ‘Bama impressed him over the summer, so he may be leaning towards T-Town.

Trending:  Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Phidarian Mathis is likely headed to the SEC. He recently talked up Florida, and the Gators are in this, but the top two are Alabama and LSU. The Tigers are the in-state school, and Mathis’ high school sent quite a few to play in Baton Rouge. With that said, Alabama seems to be the one trending. It will likely come down to his official visits.

Trending: Alabama

Oct. 24 update: Mathis is a gentle giant.  He is large on the field, making a lot of noise with his performance, but when it comes to recruiting, he is extremely quiet.  All signs are pointing to Mathis ending up at an SEC school with Alabama, Florida and LSU being the main contenders at this time.  LSU is a threat, a real threat, but Alabama seems to be the one generating the most buzz behind the scenes right now.

Trending:  Alabama

Nov. 23 update: He mentions teams like Arizona State and Florida, but this one, like many do with top prospects in Louisiana, will likely come down to Alabama and LSU.  He visited both schools for games, and the school still trending is the one outside his home state.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: When will Mathis pop? Some thought he would be committed by now, but he held off, and he may end up holding off until close to signing day. It is going to be Alabama or LSU, but which one will win out in the end? Being in Louisiana, he has a lot of Tiger fans in his ear, but Alabama still has the slight edge.

Trending: Alabama


http://www.scout.com/player/193381-greg-johnson

Jan. 20 update: Johnson is about as tough to read as Lewis, his teammate and close friend. We think Nebraska and USC are co-leaders and it's a very close call. Nebraska has been a long time leader in the 'trend meter' but USC is gaining ground fast. He'll visit Oregon officially this weekend and will take his final official visit to USC next week. The Trojans are great closers and especially when they get that last visit. We honestly think this one is a coin toss call as well but we're going with USC as 'trending' as they have gained a lot of momentum in the last month. 

Trending: USC

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Dec. 22 update: Greg Johnson recently visited Notre Dame and has January trips set with Arizona State, USC and Cal. The Trojans are making up a lot of ground and are a serious dark horse. When Nebraska hired former Arizona defensive backs coach Donte Williams, the coach Johnson is closest with, we immediately put the Huskers as the team to beat but it is far from a slam dunk. Johnson will make a signing day decision.

Trending: Nebraska


http://www.scout.com/player/197895-cordarrian-richardson

Jan. 22 update: Ole Miss got Richardson on their campus for an official visit January 20-22 and ti went very well.  The Rebels came out of this weekend trending in a big way.  

Trending: Ole Miss

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Jan. 20 update: Who is going to go into Tennessee an still one of the top running backs in the country in Cordarrian Richardson? The former Clemson commit has official visits set to Ole Miss, Michigan State and Oregon to close out January. If there is a school trending, it may be the Spartans, but the visits will decide this one.

Trending:  Michigan State


http://www.scout.com/player/198203-elijah-gates?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Gates recently cut his list down to Oregon and UCLA and those were the only two schools he visited. UCLA was in the home for a visit over the weekend and the Ducks are expected to see him this week. The Bruins are the team we felt was trending for Gates since November and he'll make his announcement on Monday. We're still picking UCLA.  

Trending: UCLA

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Elijah Gates has a visit set for TCU and will also visit Oregon this fall.  Meanwhile, UCLA has been a constant in his recruitment, and those three seem to be slightly ahead of the rest of the field.  But the Ducks have prioritized him heavily.

Trending: Oregon

Sept. 26 Update: Elijah Gates had to re-schedule his visit earlier in the month to TCU and we have not heard when he will take it. Three schools we know on the short list are Oregon, Notre Dame and UCLA but the Ducks seem to be a little out in front.  

Trending: Oregon

Oct. 24 update: Gates has visits set with Oregon, TCU and UCLA and will likely check out Cal as well. Nebraska is still trying and Notre Dame is involved here as well. This one is close as we've always favored the Ducks but UCLA is making a run as well. 

Trending: Oregon

Nov. 23 update: Gates visited UCLA over the weekend and the Bruins continue to close the gap on Oregon. TCU will get a visit in December and Cal and Colorado are in this one as well.

Trending: UCLA

Dec. 22 update: Gates was going to visit Washington State the weekend before the dead period but did not make it out to Pullman. He officially visited Oregon and UCLA and could still check out Cal and Colorado, but the Bruins are the school on him hardest right now.

Trending: UCLA


http://www.scout.com/player/185036-chaz-ah-you?s=73

Jan. 20 update: The West region's No. 2-rated safety from Provo (Utah) Timpview did not end up taking an official visit to Stanford last weekend but still intends to announce a decision Jan. 26, a day before his scheduled official to nearby BYU. Ah You also changed up his post-high school plans and now intends to play a year before embarking on his two-year LDS mission, so whichever program lands him could be getting some immediate help. BYU and Washington closed the gap significantly on UCLA in recent weeks and a lot of the buzz now has the Cougars in prime position.

Trending: BYU

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Chaz Ah You named a top 12 earlier this month but said that there are three schools a little further out: Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA.  He is working on his application into Stanford.  He will visit all three and he also plans to serve his LDS mission.  His father is on staff at BYU, too, and that looms.  But UCLA has been ahead for much of his recruitment and the Bruins are fine with him serving his mission plus he and defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin have a great relationship.

Trending: UCLA

Sept. 26 update: UCLA assistant Demetrice Martin was on the sidelines for Ah You's game last week and it is no secret the Bruins are in good standing for the No. 2-rated safety in the West. There are several others, though, making a strong push and one is Oklahoma State, where Ah You will take an official on Oct. 1. Stanford and Washington are also likely to receive visits in January, with Notre Dame being another out-of-state possibility.

Trending: UCLA 

Oct. 24 update: Ah You did not end up taking that official visit to Oklahoma State as the Cowboys opted to have him come in after the season, he told Scout.com. With that being pushed back, December and January are shaping up to be busy months for the No. 2-rated safety in the region, as the likes of Stanford and Washington are also under consideration for officials leading up to National Signing Day. Ah You would like to visit UCLA for the USC weekend, but he acknowledged that the Bruins, too, would prefer for him to wait until late January to stop by Los Angeles.

Trending: UCLA

Nov. 23 update: Ah You just took his first official visit to UCLA and the Bruins did nothing but impress him, even while losing to crosstown rival USC. It was interesting Ah You was accompanied to Los Angeles by his family, including his father, who is a staff member at BYU, so that serves as a direct reflection of their interest in the Bruins. Oklahoma State, Stanford and Washington all could earn visits as well, but right now it appears they have some good ground to make up.

Trending: UCLA

Dec. 22 update: Ah You took an official visit to Washington earlier this month and called the trip an eye-opener. UCLA was out to a lead in this chase, but the Huskies and BYU closed strong, with the Cougars still set to draw an official visit the final weekend before national signing day. The Bruins could still be considered the front-runner, but this one is much closer now than it was before. Stanford is also set to host Ah You on a visit following the dead period.

Trending: UCLA


http://www.scout.com/player/200926-brad-stewart?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Arizona State hosted Stewart on an official visit and Florida will get the last one just days before signing day. Arkansas may get one in between, but that is still to be determined. The favorite since the spring has been the Gators and that SEC school is still trending.

Trending: Florida

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LSU has come in with an offer to Brad Stewart late in July, but is it too late?  He is a four-star from the Boot State, so LSU is in play, but it seems at this time that he will likely leave the state to play college football.  He was set to commit in August, but he needed more time.  Florida, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Virginia Tech are schools to watch.

Trending: Florida

Sept. 26 update: Brad Stewart does not say too much about recruiting. Florida is still in a good spot, and the Gators are considered the team. Virginia Tech is likely to receive the first official visit. Ole Miss is another school very much in it. You cannot ever count Alabama out, either. This one could go a number of ways, but Florida is the one we give the edge to.

Trending: Florida

Oct. 24 update: Stewart does not say too much about his recruitment, and this is one that could go a number of ways as of today.  Florida is in a good spot, and Ole Miss is another one who is considered to be a favorite.  Virginia Tech has quietly stayed right in the thick of this one with Alabama, Mississippi State and LSU still being considered.  He was thought to be close to a decision over a month ago, but he has really slowed things down.

Trending:  Florida

Nov. 23 update: Stewart has not put a lot of time into recruiting with his season going on, but Florida has to be considered the favorite.  Stewart has his eye on plenty of other schools, including Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Virginia Tech, but the Gators are the one all are chasing.

Trending: Florida

Dec. 22 update: Stewart took things very slow, but in January things will really pick up. After the dead period, Stewart will take official visits to Arizona State, Arkansas and Florida, in that order. The Gators remain the favorite.

Trending: Florida


http://www.scout.com/player/194626-isaiah-pola-mao?s=73

Jan. 20 update: The Under Armour All-American landed an offer from Oregon while on his flight to Hawaii for the Polynesian Bowl, but it might be too late for the Ducks to join the pursuit as Arizona State, USC and Washington battle it out. Pola-Mao officially visited USC last weekend and felt a connection with head coach Clay Helton, who personally picked him up from the airport. Arizona State and Washington dropped by Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe last week and every contender's head coach is scheduled to have their in-home visit next week before signing day. The Trojans made a major impression but we'll stick with the hometown school for now, especially since USC landed a commitment from fellow safety Bubba Bolden already.

Trending: Arizona State

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Isaiah Pola-Mao has a short list that includes hometown Arizona State to go with Nebraska, Notre Dame, USC and Washington.  The Sun Devils want to keep him home, but the Huskies have recruited Arizona well the last few years, and got a big-time defensive back from Arizona last year in Byron Murphy.  Can they sneak back into the state and do it again?

Trending: Washington

Sept. 26 update: Pola-Mao, the top-rated safety in Arizona out of powerhouse Phoenix Mountain Pointe, officially visited Washington earlier this month and said the trip went well. In the past, he mentioned he hopes to stay close to family, but the Huskies have done a tremendous job recruiting him and should be considered a real option at this point. Pola-Mao visited USC along his brother, 2019 defensive tackle Matthew Pola-Mao, about a month ago and that is another likely stop on the itinerary, along with Arizona State, Cal and Notre Dame.

Trending: Arizona State 

Oct. 24 update: Michigan became the latest school to offer Pola-Mao earlier this month, and it might have not been too late given the lack of activity for the four-star safety since he took an early-season visit to Washington. Pola-Mao told Scout.com over the weekend that he wants to take all five, but just hasn't been able to move along with the planning phase given that he's been focused on his own season. ASU, Cal, Notre Dame and USC are all still in the conversation to earn visits. 

Trending: Arizona State

Nov. 23 update: Pola-Mao made one official visit and that was to Washington early in the season. He has been busy with his own schedule, which should wrap up Friday as the dynamic safety prospect and his Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe teammates compete in the state title game. After that, Pola-Mao said he would focus on setting up visits. Arizona State, he said, could be a visit destination the weekend of Dec. 2, with USC and Michigan also set to earn stops in January. He intends to announce a decision on national signing day.

Trending: Arizona State

Dec. 22 update: The rangy safety prospect took an official visit to nearby Arizona State during a big recruiting weekend in Tempe that bagged the Sun Devils a commitment from local four-star Tyler Johnson. Pola-Mao has a visit lined up with USC for next month, but Arizona State should be considered the favorite given he always wanted to stay closer to home. Washington remains a potential suitor, too, and the Huskies have done well recruiting Arizona in the past, so it is certainly something to keep an eye on in the weeks leading up to national signing day.

Trending: Arizona State


http://www.scout.com/player/195497-lagaryonn-carson

Jan. 20 update: Lagaryonn Carson had some issues off of the field that keeps us from projecting him as a definite Division I signee at this time. He may go the JuCo route.

Trending: TBD


http://www.scout.com/player/204113-markaviest-bryant

Feb. 1 update:  Bryant took an official visit to LSU a week and a half before signing day and at that time, those Tigers were behind Auburn and Georgia.  In the final 10 days or so, LSU made a big move and the Tigers in Baton Rouge (La.) are trending late.

Trending: LSU

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Jan. 20 update:  It is down to Auburn, Georgia and LSU for “Big Cat”. LSU is set to host him this weekend and he was in Athens (Ga.) last weekend. The in-state school still has the lead, but Auburn is right on their heels with LSU making a real charge.

Trending: Georgia

Markaviest Bryant is called "Big Cat," so is he made to play at Auburn?  His cousin is former five star Montravius Adams, who plays at Auburn, so the Tigers are a competitor here.  Clemson is, too.  How about Florida and Georgia?  They have to be mentioned as well.  LSU is hoping to be a school he considers as is Florida State.  He has thought about committing, so he is one to watch.

Trending:  Georgia

Sept. 26 update: Markaviest Bryant felt he would commit early to mid fall, but now it appears he will hold off a little longer. He told Scout he plans to commit after the season. LSU is one to watch here. Alabama is in this and Florida has always been there. Clemson was one to offer very early, and the Tigers are very much in this, too. Georgia is the school in his home state, and the Dawgs could still be the one others are chasing.

Trending: Georgia

Oct. 24 update: Bryant is likely to play in the SEC when all is said and done. Clemson and Florida State are two ACC schools still in this one, but Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and LSU are the other main contenders.  Alabama and Georgia could be at the top.  He was recently in Athens (Ga.) for an unofficial visit, where he stayed overnight, and the in-state school may be in the best spot for the elite pass rusher at this time.

Trending: Georgia

Nov. 23 update: Bryant stayed on the road this fall on Saturdays. He visited Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia and LSU for games, and all are still being considered. Clemson and Florida are still in the race, too.  It is pretty tight, but the in-state school is still considered the favorite.

Trending: Georgia

Dec. 22 update: Alabama, Auburn and Georgia are in a fight for this edge rusher. Auburn has been the talk behind the scenes, but Alabama and Georgia are right there with the Tigers. This is very close, but Georgia could still be tough to beat.

Trending: Georgia


http://www.scout.com/player/196251-chester-graves?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Another prospect who may have some academic hurdles to clear, but right now he is listed with an official visit to Ole Miss in late January, so we will pick that program.

Trending: Ole Miss

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This recruitment has been shrouded in a bunch of mystery. What we do know is that Chester Graves is a talented defender who racked up 42 tackles for a loss in 2015 and has the type explosion many teams will covet. He plays on the edge in high school, at times even standing up as a linebacker. Impressive for a guy listed at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds.

Trending: Missouri

Sept. 26 update: Nothing really to update here as no new news has rolled in surrounding the No. 1 prospect in Missouri. 

Trending: Missouri

Oct. 24 update: Seems like Kansas is a school that Graves has visited multiple times and he would be a key addition to the Jayhawks list and a marquee name on the defensive side of the football in the Big 12. Ole Miss may be one to watch as well. 

Trending: Kansas

Dec. 22 update: Not much news on this recruitment. If he becomes a full qualifier you may hear more. One of the most statistically sound players at the defensive end position nationally.

Trending: Kansas


http://www.scout.com/player/202019-christopher-henderson

Feb. 1 update:  This one has gone back and forth between two in-state schools, and it looked like Miami would win out the last 10 days or so, but Florida re-emerged as the favorite on the day that it counts most, signing day.

Trending: Florida

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Jan. 25 update:  Miami scooped up his commitment once before, and is now sitting in a great spot with National Signing Day exactly a week away. Kai-Leon Herbert decided to stay put in South Florida by choose the 'Canes, and now all eyes are on Henderson and wide receiver Michael Harley. Florida and Alabama are in play as well, but the hometown school is making their move at the right time.

Jan. 20 update: Will it be Florida, Miami or Alabama for the speedy South Florida native? Miami, which he was previously committed to, seems like more of a long shot with the Gators and Crimson Tide soaking up most of the momentum. Florida has been consistent and putting on the full court press since the summertime, but there's no doubting Alabama scooted up his list after officially visiting Tuscaloosa over the weekend. We could still see him staying home in Miami-Dade, but the prediction remains the same here.

Oct. 24 update: Fresh off his de-commitment from Miami, Christopher Henderson is also just days removed from dishing out a top five (no order) of Florida, Tennessee, Miami, Auburn and Georgia. Henderson officially visited Tennessee last weekend, and has additional visits locked in with Georgia (12/9) and Miami (1/27). The Hurricanes remain in the race and have to be happy to get the final shot just days before National Signing Day, but all eyes are on the Florida Gators, who have been stirring up the conversation since the spring. Many expected Henderson to flip or commit to the Gators shortly after reopening his recruitment, but hitting the road for official visits is the plan at this time.

Trending:  Florida

Nov. 23 update: Can Florida pull it off and finally land the speedy athlete out of Miami? Time will tell, but the Gators definitely have their work cut out with Henderson still slated to officially visit Georgia and Miami. The former Hurricanes commit is weeks removed from official visit weekends with Auburn and Tennessee as well, but do not count out coach Mark Richt's Miami program either. It was difficult losing Henderson's verbal commitment, but the Hurricanes will be receiving his final official visit just days prior to national signing day.

Trending: Florida

Dec. 22 update: Henderson has an official visit scheduled with Alabama for Jan. 13, and plans to take just one more official visit after that, with Florida more than likely getting that opportunity. Henderson, a former Miami commit who already officially visited the Hurricanes, plans to choose from Florida, Alabama and Miami at a date to be determined.

Trending: Florida


http://www.scout.com/player/195464-nico-collins?s=73

Jan. 20 update: The long narrative of Nico Collins ending up at Michigan lost some steam and he isn't able to receive much attention from coaches this week as he is in Hawaii to play in the inaugural Polynesian Bowl. The early thoughts of him playing in the SEC seem stronger than ever, especially if his recent visits are tracked. He nixed Florida State official visit for a return trip to LSU and in between returning from that and taking off to Hawaii, the Georgia coaches swooped in for his final in-home visit until next weekend. The Bulldogs get the final official visit as it stands right now, too.

Trending: Georgia

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Nico Collins, the top wide receiver in Alabama and Top 20 nationally, has had a lot of different programs at or near the top of his list over the last year and a half, but it's clear Michigan tops it at this time. While Georgia, Alabama and others are still very much in the race with a late pledge expected, family ties, a recent visit and momentum for Harbaugh's programs seems like it has staying power. Expect Collins to take all of his visits with the SEC programs not going down without a fight.

Trending: Michigan

Sept. 26 update: Nico Collins seems to be fluctuating between leaders within his top group, although the same three schools dominate the conversation here. Michigan led in the summer while Georgia and Alabama each closed the gap in the fall. Chatter suggests the Bulldogs may have pulled ahead but the Wolverines remain the safest bet. The SEC won't go down without a fight on this one.

Trending: Michigan

Oct. 24 update: Collins maintains co-leaders of Alabama, Michigan and Georgia, with a host of schools in the mix after that point. His first Alabama visit of record this fall takes place this weekend and he's already been to both UM and UGA this year. Telling? We think so but the race is far from over for the big pass-catcher.

Trending: Michigan

Nov. 23 update: Collins is not budging on his Michigan-Georgia-Alabama co-leader situation but coming off of an official visit to Ann Arbor, it had to only further the reasoning behind the Wolverines landing him in the end, right?

Trending: Michigan

Dec. 22 update: Collins has a top five of Michigan, Georgia, Alabama, Florida State and LSU but he maintains Michigan, Auburn and Georgia are atop the list. Florida State, Alabama and Georgia get the final three official visits as each program looks to make up ground on longtime favorite Michigan. Can the SEC schools keep him in the South? The gap is shrinking.

Trending: Michigan


http://www.scout.com/player/204342-levi-jones?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Jones will be doing the meat of his recruiting schedule in the final two weeks as he is set to see UCLA, USC and Florida State. He took an official visit to SEC country to see Florida and has a strong connection with assistant coach Randy Shannon there, but keep an eye on the West Coast still and Florida State.

Trending: USC

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After originally playing at Texas, Levi Jones’ older brother, Cayleb Jones, transferred to Arizona, and Jones admits that move opened up his eyes to the West Coast. Still, this one is too close to call and Jones plays it close to the vest. Schools like LSU, Oklahoma, Texas and UCLA are also firmly in the mix. 

Trending: USC

Sept. 26 update: Jones is another Texas-based prospect who plays it close to the vest. The change at LSU may effect his recruitment somewhat.

Trending: USC

Oct. 24 update: Still hard to predict what will happen here, as the top teams on his list seem to be in flux with the coaching staffs, so there is not much reason to pick a different school yet without more intel.

Trending: USC

Nov. 23 Update: His brother – Cayleb Jones -- played in the Pac-12 at Arizona after transferring from Texas, so Levi is familiar with the conference. Still a lot of moving parts here.

Trending: USC

Dec. 22 update: This one has been full of twist and some turns as Jones is now set to play in the Under Armour All-America Game. Schools like LSU, Florida, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC and possibly Florida State are all in the mix.

Trending: USC


http://www.scout.com/player/194539-leonard-warner?s=73

Jan. 23 update: Florida State is sending in the coaching staff Monday and Florida State may have the momentum now just days away from a decision.  Warner is expected to chose between Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech and Stanford by the end of this week.

Trending: Florida State

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Jan. 20 Update:  Stanford was finally able to get Warner on campus last weekend and things could not have gone better. The Cardinal are very much a school Warner is considering, but as tight as the numbers are at Georgia, the Bulldogs are still the one being talked about the most. Florida State could be the sleeper here and Georgia Tech is right in the thick of this too.

Trending: Georgia

Leonard Warner is another prospect who hoped to make a summer decision, but has held off. The main hold-up is Stanford — Warner wants to visit the Cardinal before he makes a decision.  Duke, Georgia and Georgia Tech are very much involved here.  An in-state school likely holds the advantage right now.

Trending: Georgia

Sept. 26 update: Leonard Warner could commit at any time. He took an official visit to Florida State and one to Georgia will likely coming up soon. Stanford is the wildcard here. The Cardinal have been on Warner’s radar for months, so if/when he takes his official visit to Stanford, that will likely push him towards a decision.

Trending: Georgia

Oct. 24 update: Warner is still not committed, and he likely will remain that way until December.  A November decision is possible, but so was one in August, September and Oct..  What Warner to make sure of is, that he picks the right school the first time.  Georgia Tech had him on campus recently and an official visit to Stanford is likely.   Those two are strong competitors as is Florida State and Georgia.  You cannot rule Duke out either.  At this time, it looks like the Bulldogs are still the favorite to land Warner, but all five schools are strong contenders.

Trending:  Georgia

Nov. 23 update: The commitment clock has been ticking for some time with Warner.  He wanted to decide in August, then it was October, now, it is maybe, December.  Georgia still has a solid lead in this one, but an official visit to Stanford is the hold up.  Once he takes that trip, he will likely commit to Duke, Georgia, Georgia Tech or Stanford.  The longer he waits, the tighter the numbers will get for each school.

Trending: Georgia

Dec. 22 update: Can Stanford take another out of Georgia? The Cardinal hope it can, but it has to beat Georgia. Do no sleep on Georgia Tech, either. Florida State is also involved, but the Seminoles appear to be down his list a little.

Trending: Georgia


http://www.scout.com/player/206901-travis-etienne

Jan. 25 update: Tennessee is out. Etienne will announce that he is a Clemson Tiger or LSU Tiger January 26 at 6pm ET.  The in-state Tigers in Baton Rouge (La.) were the favorite at one time, but the reigning national champions have come in late and become the school trending.  This one could still go either way.

Trending: Clemson

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Jan. 20 update: Clemson offered late and jumped in the race for Travis Etienne, and the Tigers have locked up an official visit. LSU though is still going to be tough to beat. It is the in-state school and they have made him a priority. Texas A&M is another one to keep an eye on.

Trending: LSU


http://www.scout.com/player/196929-chevin-calloway

Jan. 20 update: He has used official visits to Ole Miss and Texas. He has a big trip coming up with Arkansas, a school that has been a major player in his recruitment for awhile now. The 'Horns made big inroads to his high school, but the Razorbacks have been in it the longest and get the last shot at him.

Trending: Arkansas

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Dec. 22 update: Ole Miss and Nebraska took their shots at Calloway by hosting him on official visits and Arkansas and Texas will have a shot at him in January. Arkansas has been deep in this one for a while, but will the in-state ‘Horns be making up the necessary ground powered behind making his high school a center of attention?

Trending: Arkansas


http://www.scout.com/player/179191-thayer-munford?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Munford visits Ohio State this weekend, and if the Buckeyes offer him, that should be that. If he leaves without an offer, Kentucky is the likely destination.

Trending: Ohio State

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Right now, there may not be one school that is trending for Thayer Munford. Alabama offered in the summer and the Tide are obviously a top option. He also may wait to see if more offers materialize after a good offseason, which included a strong performance at Ohio State's Friday Night Lights camp.

Trending: Alabama

Sept. 26 update: Pittsburugh also starting to look good here. Munford has not been as focused on recruiting, but the Panthers seem to have the buzz.

Trending: Pittsburgh

Nov. 23 update: There may not be a school trending here as Munford's recruitment changed and will continue to change. He had a good visit to Iowa State and one before that to Michigan State, but he visits Ohio State this weekend and the Buckeyes just lost an offensive line commit, which makes us think they may have room for Munford.

Trending: Ohio State


http://www.scout.com/player/196518-ryan-johnson?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Johnson is fresh off of his Stanford official visit and it was the school we had him trending to anyway. We're hearing things went well in Palo Alto but can that feeling survive an official visit to longtime favorite Auburn this coming weekend? We think it just might and Johnson hinted at making a decision between schools shortly after returning home from the Plains, so keep an eye out after the weekend.

Trending: Stanford

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Ryan Johnson has been a well-known defensive commodity for years and programs from coast-to-coast have been in on him for some time. One of the smarter prospects in the South, he is legitimately considering Stanford, Duke and raved about a recent offer from Texas. In-state programs Alabama and Auburn have long been high on his list as well and one may have the edge at this time.

Trending: Auburn

Sept. 26 update: Many in the SEC, including in-state Alabama and Auburn, continue to court Ryan Johnson but out-of-state schools like Stanford, Texas and Duke will factor into Johnson's decision. He is in no rush and has plenty of visits remaining, but all seemingly trail Auburn. 

Trending: Auburn

Oct. 24 update: Johnson has been one of the toughest to peg in Alabama over the last few months and he's admitted some fluctuation within his own list. Alabama has surged some but Stanford and Auburn are the constants here. Late trips will be critical in the final evaluation but the safe bet remains him staying in the home state.

Trending: Auburn

Nov. 23 update: Johnson has been pretty quiet on the trail lately even though he's been taking his visits as usual, including recent trips to both in-state schools, Alabama and Auburn. Has the Tide made up ground for him? Will it have enough space down the stretch? It seems like there are too many questions in that direction so we still lean to the other side of the state. Again, Stanford is a major player here and should not be ruled out.

Trending: Auburn

Dec. 22 update: Johnson told Scout it will be Alabama and Stanford that make the cut for him when he goes public with finalists, while Auburn, Oregon, Texas and other compete for January official visits. It seems as if the longer it drags out with the four-star, perhaps the more likely he is to end up not only out of the state, but outside of the region as well. 

Trending: Stanford


http://www.scout.com/player/194556-oliver-martin?s=73

Jan. 20 update: There is a lot going on here. Michigan State had him on an official which went very well. Notre Dame is still in the mix. He visits Florida this weekend and then BYU the weekend after, but Michigan recently jumped back in and had an in-home visit with him. At one point, Michigan led. While we don't necessarily see them as the "leader" at this exact moment, they can be classified as the school that is "trending."

Trending: Michigan

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Michigan, Michigan State and Iowa could all claim some momentum for fast-rising prospect Oliver Martin, but rumor has it Notre Dame, his most recent offer, is a school he grew up a big fan of.

Trending: Notre Dame

Sept. 26 update: After a visit to Notre Dame last weekend, we will keep the Irish as the trending school. However, he visits Michigan this weekend and has been to Iowa twice recently, so this is a race that is very close.

Trending: Notre Dame

Oct. 24 update: Michigan, after a recent visit, is definitely the trending school and we see the Wolverines as the likely winner in this race.

Trending: Michigan

Nov. 23 update: Michigan continues to trend, but Notre Dame is not going away quietly and he just visited Iowa as well. Since he is still playing in the playoffs, more movement is not likely until that is done.

Trending: Michigan

Dec 22 update: Martin recently visited Notre Dame, and he may not have time to take visits after the dead period ends. There was some chatter about him deciding at the Army game, but at last check, his family told us that was not happening. Michigan State and Iowa are two schools to watch still, but the Irish, after having the most recent visit, are the ones we have as trending.

Trending: Michigan


http://www.scout.com/player/193614-russ-yeast

Jan. 20 update: Russ Yeast, a Louisville commit was offered by Notre Dame and we now hear he will visit South Bend this weekend. There is some confidence in South Bend the Irish can make a run at Yeast, but he has been to Louisville several times and was just there last weekend. For now, we lean towards him staying with Louisville but the visit to Notre Dame this weekend has the potential to change that.

Trending: Louisville


http://www.scout.com/player/192281-josh-falo?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Oregon made no secret with Falo that he is its primary target. With Leavitt now at Oregon and Ducks coach Willie Taggart showing renewed energy from the Duck staff, Oregon is making a big charge for the four-star.  So is USC, which had Falo in for an official visit last weekend and it also impressed him.  Both the Ducks and Trojans feel good about him, but Colorado isn’t giving up on reuniting him with his brother in Boulder.  And we’re sticking with family right now.

Trending: Colorado

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Josh Falo named a top ten this month and plans to take all five official visits. Oregon has been high on his list for a while and Colorado has family ties- his older brother, N.J. Falo, plays for the Buffs and his oldest brother signed with Buffs head coach Mike MacIntyre at San Jose State.  But we think Oregon ends up the pick for the Under Armour All-American.

Trending: Oregon

Sept. 26 update: Falo visited Oregon last weekend and the Ducks are still doing well with him. He did, however, see Colorado, where his older brother plays, beat the Ducks on his trip, and we still think the Buffs have a legitimate shot to steal him, but we’re still sticking with the Ducks. ... For now.

Trending: Oregon

Oct. 24 update: Falo visited Oregon unofficially and Colorado officially and still plans to visit Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama and USC.  He is supposed to visit Oregon officially, but said he may cancel that because he took the unofficial.  Colorado’s resurgence this season, plus the longstanding ties with MacIntyre and a good official visit have the Buffs making a move.

Trending: Colorado

Nov. 23 update: The Buffs big season plus his comfort level with the Colorado coaching staff continues to make us think that the Buffs are the favorites to land Falo, which would reunite him with his older brother, N.J., a sophomore linebacker for the Buffs.

Trending: Colorado

Dec. 22 update: After the season the Buffs had and the season Oregon had, it seemed like the Buffs were in the pole position for Falo. But Jim Leavitt was a big part of Falo’s recruitment and his departure from Colorado for Oregon as the defensive coordinator could help the Ducks. We are still slightly leaning towards the Buffs given all the ties to MacIntyre, but the Ducks have made this interesting again, especially since it could greatly impact Falo’s teammate, Trajon Cotton, in his decision.

Trending: Colorado


http://www.scout.com/player/200108-ameer-speed

Jan. 22 update: Speed took an official visit to Georgia, and Kirby Smart and the Bulldog coaches made a strong impression on the four-star cornerback and his family.   Michigan State is another school thought to have moved up his list with North Carolina and Virginia Tech still very much in this race.

Trending: Georgia

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Jan. 20 update: Oregon, Georgia, UNC, Virginia Tech and Michigan State make up Ameer Speed's top five, with the Ducks recently replacing Tennessee. UGA will roll out the red carpet this weekend for an official visit, but Willie Taggart and Oregon will get their shot just days before National Signing Day on Jan. 27. Speed lived out his childhood as a big supporter of the Ducks, so that's an intriguing offer for him. Speed has played his cards very well, but keep a close eye on the Hokies here.

Trending: Virginia Tech


http://www.scout.com/player/188175-thomas-johnston?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Auburn threw a wrench into the plans of Johnston, hosting him on campus over the weekend and presenting him with an offer as a fullback and/or H-back type. The other finalists for him, Iowa, Arkansas and Ole Miss, long courted the state of Alabama's all-time leading tackler at linebacker, where he prefers. Ole Miss gets the final official visit before a decision next week but the family ties to Iowa may be too much to pass-up.

Trending: Iowa

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Oct. 24 update: Thomas Johnston released a top seven that included some new schools to the mix having recently offered, but the SEC program on the list make the most sense right now. Arkansas is the only official visit under his belt while Ole Miss and LSU are likely to soon do the same. The Razorbacks have seemingly pushed hardest and that may win out in the end.

Trending: Arkansas

Nov. 23 update: Johnston's only official visit of record is an October trip to Arkansas, one he loved and was able to take in with a teammate. The Razorbacks recruited him as consistently as any SEC program, though LSU and Ole Miss are right there and schools all over the map like Arizona State and Michigan State are trying to make late headway.

Trending: Arkansas

Dec. 22 update: Johnston is working with a group of Arkansas, LSU, Ole MIss, Auburn and Iowa while Arizona State, Michigan State and Alabama-Birmingham, where his brother plays, are still in play. Ole Miss and Iowa appear to be pushing the most for the state of Alabama's all-time tackles leader and Ala.-Miss. All-Star Game MVP. The Hawkeyes' official visit hospitality earlier this month made a big impression on the family, including his mother, an Iowa native. Late trips could make this one interesting. 

Trending: Iowa


http://www.scout.com/player/204330-tyler-taylor?s=73

Jan. 26 update:  This one has really gone back and forth the last couple of days.  Auburn is on top, then LSU, but as we come the second half of the week, it looks like LSU is the school trending ever so slightly.

Trending: LSU

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Jan. 20:  This is down to three schools unless there is a big change in the coming days. Auburn, LSU and Oklahoma are fighting it out for Taylor, and the edge goes to the Tigers of Auburn. It is tight, and LSU may be No. 2 right now.

Trending: Auburn

Tyler Taylor has trimmed his list down, and it could change again, but Auburn, Georgia, Oklahoma and Tennessee are four to keep an eye on.  He wants to take official visits, then make his decision.  Right now, even though he is in SEC Country, he may be leaning towards leaving.

Trending: Oklahoma

Sept. 26 update: An official visit to Oklahoma is in the books, and it could not have gone better.  The Sooners were trending before this visit last weekend, and Oklahoma is still in a good spot. LSU will receive an official visit. The Tigers were in this before the firing of coach Les Miles. Auburn and Georgia are among a few others still in the race.

Trending: Oklahoma

Oct. 24 update: Taylor is a linebacker who is quietly having a strong year.  He is making a lot of plays and he is still working to find his future home. Oklahoma has had him on their campus for an official visit.  Nobody else has yet.  Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma State and some others are still being considered by Taylor.  He is taking his time with his decision, but the impression Oklahoma has made on him and his mother, the Sooners are considered to be the favorite at this time.

Trending: Oklahoma

Nov. 23 update: This is still a race that could go a number of different directions. Taylor took official visits to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Auburn has one scheduled for Dec. 10 and he is still in talks with Georgia, LSU and a few other schools. Auburn and Oklahoma may be the top two schools with the Sooners holding the lead by a very small margin.

Trending: Oklahoma

Dec. 22 update: Auburn and Oklahoma are the two at the top for Taylor and a commitment crossed his mind. LSU has been a school hot and cold and Oklahoma State is a school to watch, but the Tigers and Sooners are fighting this one out.

Trending: Auburn


http://www.scout.com/player/198122-braylon-sanders?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Sanders visited Colorado State last weekend and his familiarity with some of the Rams’ coaches put them in a good spot. He has official visits lined up to Cincinnati and Washington State the next two weeks, but there are a few others hanging around that could make a move late as well.

Trending: Colorado State

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Oct. 24 update: Sanders has kind of put recruiting on hold until after the season, so there is still time for many schools to jump in this race, but right now, Colorado State, Georgia, Ole Miss and Mississippi State are his top four schools.  He stays in constant contact with Mississippi State, they are doing an excellent job recruiting him and they get the nod at this stage.

Trending: Mississippi State

Nov. 23 update: Someone is going to get a steal in this one.  Sanders is being recruited, but not the way he should be. He is a playmaker with the ability to play on either side of the ball.  Keep an eye on former Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, now at Colorado State here.  This one could go a number of different ways.

Trending: Colorado State

Dec. 22 update: Sanders went from playing late in the playoffs on the football field to throwing down dunks on the basketball court. Although we are approaching the end of December, his recruitment is still in the infant stages. Georgia Tech recently offered. Ole Miss has been involved for a while. Colorado State is one to watch. With the former Georgia coach, Mike Bobo now leading Colorado State, the Rams have the edge.

Trending: Colorado State


http://www.scout.com/player/193186-james-robinson?s=73

Jan. 20 update: Robinson's recruitment has been interesting over the past six months or so. Life-long favorite Florida first cooled on him and was looking elsewhere, but recently ramped up the pressure with Oklahoma near the top of his list as well. Robinson said the Sooners had the advantage when speaking at Under Armour All-America week, but Florida's recent push certainly stirred the spot. Ohio State and Ole Miss will receive official visits over the next two weeks as well.

Trending: Florida

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Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, UCLA and Ole Miss are the schools soaking up the attention of Army All-American pass catcher James Robinson. With recruiting classes filling up by the day, Robinson is currently more of a wait-and-see approach with the likes of Alabama and Florida, but a decision regarding his college future could come much sooner than National Signing Day. Robinson's teammate and fellow Scout 300 prospect, A.J. Davis, continues to flirt heavily with coach Bob Stoops' Oklahoma Sooners, so that is something to monitor over the next couple of months. He is also just days removed from his first-ever visit trip to Tuscaloosa, but we'll see how Robinson's recruitment ultimately plays out. Official visits could tell the tale for Robinson.

Trending: Oklahoma

Sept. 26 update: Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, UCLA and Ole Miss are schools on the short list for James Robinson. With recruiting classes filling up, Robinson is taking more of a wait-and-see approach with Alabama and Florida, but a decision regarding his college future could come prior to national signing day. Robinson's teammate and fellow Scout 300 prospect, A.J. Davis, has his eye on coach Bob Stoops' Oklahoma Sooners, so that is something to monitor over the next couple of months. Official visits could tell the tale for Robinson, but his recruitment is truly wide open.

Trending: Oklahoma

Oct. 24 update:

Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, UCLA and Ole Miss are schools on the short list for this Under Armour All-American pass catcher. With recruiting classes filling up by the day, Robinson is currently taking more of a wait-and-see approach with schools like Alabama and Florida. He was slated to officially visit Oklahoma last weekend, but opted to postpone the trip to a date to still be determined. Ole Miss, who will welcome him to campus the weekend prior to National Signing Day, is the lone school to schedule an official visit with Robinson.

Trending: Ole Miss

Nov. 23 update: Robinson recently secured official visits with UCLA (Jan. 14), Alabama (Jan. 21) and Ole Miss (Jan. 28), while Oklahoma and Florida remain in contact and on the official visit radar. Official visits will likely be the telling tale, but keep an eye on Ole Miss. Oklahoma had been the school trending, but Robinson has yet to reschedule his visit with coach Bob Stoops' staff. Ole Miss has been targeting Robinson for a countless months, and will have him on campus just days prior to national signing day. If Florida opts to go all in for his services, watch out.

Trending: Ole Miss

Dec. 22 update: Robinson journeyed up to Oklahoma Dec. 2, and has additional official visits scheduled with Alabama, Mississippi and UCLA before revealing his decision on national signing day. Keep a close eye on Florida as well.

Trending: Oklahoma


http://www.scout.com/player/201392-tariq-castro-fields?s=73

Jan. 30 update: Two days before announcement time, Castro-Fields is the only member from the East Region in the Scout 300 still uncommitted. He is down to Penn State and Maryland, it seems to go back and forth. For a while, Penn State was the easy leader, but the Terps certainly closed ground and now look like they have a good shot at keeping him home.

Trending: Maryland

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Oct. 24 update: Tariq Castro-Fields is a newcomer to the Scout 300 but his recruitment has been high octane for a while. He has an official visit set to Alabama for the Nov. 26 Iron Bowl against Auburn. He said he will also officially visit Penn State, Virginia Tech and Maryland before making his final decision.

Trending: Alabama

Nov. 23 update: Castro-Fields said Tuesday he was still slated for the official visit to Alabama this weekend, and it will be interesting to see if he leaves campus and is still uncommitted. His body type and style is what the Crimson Tide desire in a cornerback, but there is stiff competition. He set official visits for Penn State (Dec. 2) and Maryland (Dec. 9), and he is trying to finalize official visit plans to Virginia Tech, where he visited unofficially earlier this month.

Trending: Alabama

Dec. 22 update: Castro-Fields made an official visit to Maryland and it opened his eyes to the possibilities of playing at home. Because Penn State was in the Big Ten title game, he had to reschedule that visit, which is now Jan. 13. Virginia Tech remains in the mix as well and Castro-Fields works toward a mid-January decision.

Trending: Alabama

Jan. 20 update: Castro-Fields finished his official visits with a trip to Penn State last weekend, and now he is set to make his announcement Monday night at his football banquet. Nittany Lions coach James Franklin made his in-home visit early in the week and Maryland coach D.J. Durkin was there Thursday. Alabama coach Nick Saban is slated to see Castro-Fields this weekend, but the Nittany Lions did a great job with him over the weekend and is surging.

Jan. 25 update: Castro-Fields was set to announce on Jan. 23, but a few hours before he was to make his decision, he elected to postpone it to signing day on Feb. 1. It looks like a battle between Penn State and Maryland, and he has strong connections to each school. Castro-Fields is taking time to think about things and not talking much to coaches about his recruitment. Instead, he is focused on discussing what is happening with his coaches and family.

Trending: Penn State


http://www.scout.com/player/199624-mohamed-sanogo

Jan. 20 update: It looks like an SEC battle for recent Houston decommit Mohamed Sanogo, and Ole Miss and Mississippi State are now battling it out for the true 'Mike' backer. He has one official visit down to Mississippi State with one remaining to Ole Miss.

Trend: Ole Miss


Scout's Brian Dohn, Brandon Huffman, Greg Biggins, Greg Powers, Allen Trieu and Chad Simmons contributed


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