A top 25 overall prospect on Scout at this time, defensive tackle Taron Vincent has his focused narrowed to two. FSU hosted him Saturday, his family's first time accompanying him for a full trip in Tallahasse. Vincent will visit the other top contender, Ohio State, during his spring break and he will likely be able to decide between each recent national champion soon thereafter.
Since making the move to IMG Academy, Stephon Wynn has added scholarship offers from Alabama, Miami (Fl), Ohio State, UCF and Oregon. Among the five, the Scout300 defensive tackle singled out Alabama and Ohio State as schools piquing his interest most. A return trip to Tuscaloosa and an initial trip to Columbus could soon be on the docket.
In the last week alone, three-star defensive lineman Mayan Ahanotu has added scholarship offers from South Florida, Toledo and Western Kentucky. He says schools are tracking him as an inside-out defensive lineman who can play multiple positions. Ahanotu feels like some ACC programs may be next up on his growing offer list. He is in no rush to make a decision.
Joe Milton (pictured atop the story) has a growing list of scholarship offers and another national extensions came in over the last seven days -- Michigan. The steady passer singled out the coaching staff as the reason for his new interest, especially with Jim Harbaugh's track record with Milton's cousin, Anquan Boldin. Harbaugh coached Boldin with the San Francisco 49ers and the former Florida State star gave a strong endorsement of the UM head man. It could result in a visit to Ann Arbor though there is no rush for a decision.
Miami hosted the four-star offensive lineman for the first time on Saturday and the impression was about as good as it gets. The Lakeland (Fla.) standout admits he nearly committed to Mark Richt and offensive line coach Stacy Searels, but held off because of his relationship with Florida and potential visits to North Carolina and Ohio State. Reed is looking at an August decision with the Hurricanes at the top. FULL STORY.
Recent Florida State commitment Stacy Kirby is locked on with the Seminoles despite a push from in-state Florida as well as Ohio State, among others. He was able to work at the camp Sunday in front of FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher, whose son Trey was participating as an underclassmen quarterback. Kirby had never worked out in front of Fisher to this point.
Four schools currently sit atop the list for Moore, who could commit on July 18 to honor his late brother. FSU, Ohio State, Alabama and Nebraska are jockeying for position before that point, with the Seminoles as the only school among the quarter to host the explosive wide receiver to this point. The other three may soon be able to, with a tangible date of April 15 set for the Nebraska trip. If Moore holds off on committing this summer, he will likely take his recruitment into January to announce at an All-American game.
Class of 2019 defensive lineman Derick Hunter picked up a Miami offer two weekends ago at junior day and the Hurricanes are on his mind. Florida has also offered as location becomes a bigger part of the evaluation before selecting a college. Iowa State is an out-of-state program that has also offered and has been recruiting him as hard or harder than others on his growing list.