Prospect of the Week
Shaun Shivers, a class of 2018 running back prospect from Broward County, already has plenty of interest, including offers from Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, West Virginia, Auburn and Georgia and LSU. He carried the load Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade Madonna over the weekend as he ran for 195 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a 28-21 win.
Visit of the Week
Devon Hunter, the nation's top-ranked safety, will take his first official visit as he heads to Notre Dame this weekend. It will be the five-star prospect's first time in South Bend, Ind., and the Irish have some ground to make up when it comes to Hunter. Virginia Tech and Florida continue to be the schools with an edge, and North Carolina, Alabama, Auburn and Michigan are also in he mix.
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Prospect on the Rise
Kofi Wardlow is starting to get traction with Power 5 schools and Virginia Tech could be the next to offer. He was at the Thursday night game against Miami , and the Hokies are showing a lot of interest. Maryland extended an offer Sunday, and looks to be the team to beat, but keep an eye on the Hokies if they offer. Previously, Wardlow was being recruited (and held offers) by the likes of Bowling, Ball State and Nevada.
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Underclassman of the Week
Running back Devyn Ford is one of the premier 2019 prospects in the country and is closing in on 30 scholarship offers. He recently visited Clemson, and the Tigers, North Carolina and Virginia Tech are recruiting him hardest. He will likely narrow his list of schools to eight in the summer and the aforementioned programs, as well as Georgia, Ohio State and Virginia are in good shape to make the cut. His next visit will be North Carolina on Nov. 5 for its game against Georgia Tech.
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Kenny Robinson, a receiver, linebacker and safety prospect (depends on school recruiting him), will announce his decision Friday afternoon. A local kid for Pittsburgh, it could be tough fo the Panthers to keep him home as West Virginia and Iowa State have recruited him hard. Virginia Tech remains involved with Robinson, who is also listing Toledo and Temple as finalists.
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Michael Clark contributed to this report