CB A.J. Lytton, OT Rasheed Walker and dozens more recruiting updates from Washington (D.C.) The Opening Regional

CLIFTON, Va. -- Dozens of recruiting notes on the top prospects at Sunday's The Opening Regional at Centreville High.


Four-star Lorton (Va.) wide receiver Dillon Spalding could narrow his list of schools soon. North Carolina, NC State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest are recruiting him hardest. Virginia Tech was his most recent visit and he hopes to take trips to Penn State and Florida State in the next few months.


Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate wide receiver  Dontay Demus' top two schools are Louisville and Maryland. He visited Maryland a few weeks ago and will head to Louisville sometime next month. Other schools to watch are Temple, Rutgers and Navy. He said he will narrow his list of schools to five next month and hopes to commit before the end of the summer.


Alexandria (Va.) Episcopal defensive tackle Tola Banjoko recently added an offer from Wake Forest and will visit soon. Besides Wake Forest, he hopes to get to North Carolina and NC State in the next few months. Banjoko will likely make his college decision before his senior season.


Washington (D.C.) Woodson running back Mychale Salahuddin "Got Open," and he also said USC was his leader. He added a lot of other schools remain heavily in the mix, including Maryland, NebraskaOklahoma, North Carolina and Arkansas. He wants to make more visits an get a better feel for many of the schools.


Washington (D.C.) St. John's defensive tackle Cam Goode said Virginia Tech is recruiting him the hardest and he has a top five, but he is not releasing it. He made recent visits to South CarolinaGeorgia and North Carolina, where his mom went to school, but those three are yet to visit. He talks the most to Arizona, Michigan State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest the most.


Defensive tackle Ja'mion Franklin of Ridgely (Md.) North Caroline will announce his decision July 1, and he is heavily linked to Notre Dame. He made a recent visit and received an offer, but he will still make visits. Franklin is visiting Virginia this week and he said Duke is also among the schools recruiting him the hardest.


Elite 2019 Stafford (Va.) North Stafford running back Devyn Ford is being pursued most aggressively by North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Clemson and Penn State. He visited Penn State on Saturday and the visit went well. He will visit Clemson this summer and is working on setting other trips. Ford could narrow his list after his junior season and Clemson, Penn State and Virginia Tech will make the cut.


Richmond (Va.) Benedictine outside linebacker Wendell Davis is being recruited hardest by Duke, Pittsburgh, Boston College and Rutgers. Davis visited Rutgers last week and will probably go back for a game in the fall. Davis is unsure when he will trim his list of schools, but would like to make his commitment before the season. Duke, Pittsburgh and Rutgers are teams to watch.


North Carolina is still four-star Woodbridge (Va.) safety Dashaun Jerkins' top school, but Vanderbilt, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest and Louisville are battling to gain ground.  His last visit was Maryland and he will take trips to North Carolina and Louisville in the next few months. Jerkins does not have a time frame for his commitment.


Iowa State, Maryland and Michigan State are recruiting four-star Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward safety Michael Dowell the hardest. He remains open with his recruitment, but hopes to trim his list of schools by June 1. Maryland, Michigan State and Pittsburgh will definitely make the cut.


Woodson linebacker Juan Wallace said Duke, Syracuse, Rutgers, Maryland and West Virginia are showing the most interest, and he is planning to visit each of the schools again. He said those are his top five, but other schools could get involved in the spring evaluation period.


Scout 300 offensive tackle Rasheed Walker has a top six of North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Penn State, Ohio State and Rutgers. He said he was the most comfortable with the coaching staffs of each school. He said he "gets a good feel from all of them." He is planning return trips to Penn State and North Carolina this spring.


Chris Bleich, an offensive tackle from Plymouth (Pa.) Wyoming Valley, decommitted from Penn State at the start of the weekend and he said he was focused on Rutgers, Mississippi State, Pittsburgh and Nebraska. He is trying to make a decision in early June.


Wake Forest, NC State, Maryland and Old Dominion are pursuing South Riding (Va.) Freedom wide receiver Robert Mayo the most. Maryland leads for Mayo and he hopes to make his commitment before the season starts.


Maryland, Syracuse, Minnesota, Temple, Pittsburgh and Rutgers are the schools in contact with Judson Tallandier, the cornerback MVP of the event. The Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha standout made recent visits to Rutgers and Pittsburgh, and he is trying to set a trip to Minnesota. He plans on making a decision before his senior season.


Four-star class of 2019 inside linebacker Shane Lee of Washington (D.C.) St. John's is being recruited heavily, and Ohio State is on him a lot. He is also speaking regularly with Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina and Maryland. He is in no hurry to decide and does not have any leaders.


DeMatha defensive end John Morgan said he speaks the most with Pittsburgh, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Penn State and Rutgers. He does not have a top list of schools, but is planning one in late May as the evaluation period closes. He wants to announce his decision in mid to late June.


Cornerback Noah Boykin of Washington (D.C.) Woodson said he is in contact regularly with many coaching staffs, and he spent Saturday at Maryland's spring game. He said he wants to visit Pittsburgh, Missouri and Tennessee, and added he "needs" to visit Oklahoma. He speaks to Syracuse, Temple, NC State, Maryland and North Carolina a lot.


Edward Hendrix, a big receiver from Woodson, made recent visits to Syracuse, Temple, Maryland, Clemson, North Carolina and NC State. He said he plans to make more visits later this spring and in the summer, but nothing is scheduled. Hendrix has no leaders and make a decision after several official visits in the fall.


T.J. Banks holds double digit offers, and most schools are recruiting him as a tight end, but do not be surprised if defensive end becomes his future position. Penn State (no offer) is recruiting Banks as a defensive end. He visited Maryland for Saturday's spring game, and two weeks ago was at Temple. Rutgers is involved with Banks as well and he is trying to set visits to West Virginia and Pittsburgh.


Maryland is recruiting safety Ray Boone the most, but he said he is open to all schools. The Greenbelt (Md.) Eleanor Roosevelt is also talking to Virginia Tech a lot. West Virginia, Pittsburgh and Penn State are also messaging with Boone about visiting campus.


Scout 300 receiver Daniel George of Oxon Hill (Md.) High is not listing leaders, but he said he is taking a closer look at Penn State, Virginia Tech, West, Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. Although he is being linked to Penn State, he said he does not have a leader. He wants to commit in late July, but if not, he will wait until after this season.


Cornerback A.J. Lytton of Upper Marlboro (Md.) Wise visited Maryland for its spring game and the Terps are in his top five. He also has AlabamaFlorida State, Penn State and Clemson, where he will be Wednesday. He said those were the five schools he will take official visits to.


Virginia commit Noah Taylor said he is also talking to Rutgers, where he visited earlier this month. The Gaithersburg (Md.) Avalon standout said he will decide on other visits as schools evaluate him in the next month.


Cornerback Jermaine Waller will graduate in December and enroll in January. The Avalon standout speaks the most to Maryland, Vrginia, Rutgers, Syracuse and Towson. He wants to make official visits and decide in the middle of his senior season.


Class of 2019 receiver DeMarcco Hellams of DeMatha added recent offers from Michigan, Clemson, Penn State, Virginia, Kentucky and Syracuse. He is being recruited mostly as a receiver, but Penn State likes him as a cornerback. He is in no hurry to make a decision as he also holds offers from Tennessee, North Carolina, Louisville and Virginia Tech.


Class of 2020 running back Blake Corum made visits to North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Penn State. The Laurel (Md.) St. Vincent Pallotti has offers from each of those schools sans Penn State, and he also holds offers from Temple and Rutgers.

Scout.com's Michael Clark contributed to this report

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