Big Ten, ACC, SEC, Big 12, Pac-12 interests throughout the recruiting roundup from The Opening Regional

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A ton of recruiting notes from The Opening Regional at the New York Jets' practice facility.

--Micah Parsons, the No. 2 player in the 2018 class, said the top four schools he wants to visit are ClemsonAlabamaMiami and Florida State and he is also looking heavily at Ohio State and Georgia. The one-time Penn State commit and Harrisburg (Pa.) High standout is still looking at the Nittany Lions as well.

--Lindenhurst (N.Y.) High's Jeremy Ruckert, the No. 4 tight end in the nation, said he is concentrating on Notre DameMichiganOhio State and Wisconsin. He wants to make a decision prior to his senior season, and he remains in contact with each of the schools. Buckeyes defensive coordinator Greg Schiano was at Linderhurst last week.

--Hightstown (N.J.) Peddie's Jahan Dotson, the top receiver in New Jersey, said he is concentrating on Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State. He has a strong relationship with each of the coaching staffs, and he has a connection with each. He knows Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., grew up in Pennsylvania watching Penn State and is originally from northern New Jersey and he feels he relates well to Michigan assistant Chris Partridge.

--Defensive end Dorian Hardy of Paramus (N.J.) Catholic said he talks the most to Penn State, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, Michigan and Rutgers. "Those stick out to me," he said.

--Notre Dame defensive linemen commits Jayson Ademilola and Justin Ademilola of Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep both said they were 100 percent with the Irish despite other schools recruiting them hard. Ohio State, which already visited the school this spring, and Alabama are recruiting them hard. Stanford is also showing a lot of interest.

--St. Peter's Prep linebacker/safety Shayne Simon made recent visits to StanfordUCLA, Notre Dame, Michigan and Ohio State. He said Rutgers remains heavily involved as well and there is plenty of time for other schools to make a push. Simon wants to trim his offer list in the summer and make official visits before deciding on a school.

--Irish running back commit Markese Stepp of Indianapolis Cathedral said he is recruiting other players hard, including Ruckert and Simon, said he continues to talk to other schools, including TexasUSC, Georgia, Nebraska and Michigan. He said he is unsure if he will take other visits.

--Philadelphia Imhotep Scout 100 safety Isheem Young visited Penn State for the spring game. He wants to visit West Virginia soon as well as Ohio State. He is planing summer visits to ClemsonLSU and Alabama.

--Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco defensive end Tyler Friday made recent visits to Penn State, Rutgers (twice), Ohio State and Michigan. He said he does not have any visits coming up, and is unsure if he will decide before his senior season.

--Owings Mills (Md.) Mc Donogh defensive tackle P.J. Mustipher visited Notre Dame, Tennessee and Penn State in the last month. He is also talking regularly with Michigan StateMaryland and Virginia Tech. He will sit down with his family in the next few days and decide on a commitment time frame.

--Receiver Jasiah Provillon of Irvington (N.J.) High made recent visits to Penn State, Michigan State and Michigan recently, and he said he speaks the most to Louisville and NC State. "I don't over-talk to schools," he said.

--Blairstown (N.J.) Blair Academy's Jayson Oweh picked up a recent offer from Wisconsin to play tight end, but most schools are recruiting him to play defensive end. Recent offers from Georgia, Penn State and Virginia Tech caught his eye. His said he is still talking to Auburn, Pittsburgh, SyracuseWest Virginia and Rutgers are talking to him a lot.

--Class of 2019 cornerback Nyquee Hawkins of Orange (N.J.) High made recent visits to Penn State, Michigan and Michigan State, and he is planning a visit to Stanford later this month. Virginia Tech is also a school Hawkins is looking at hard and he is planning trips to North Carolina, Notre Dame and return trips to schools he already visited.

--Tight end Messiah Swinson of Brookville (N.Y.) Long Island Lutheran made recent visits to NC State and Wake Forest. He is also talking aplenty to Rutgers.

--Vineland (N.J.) High's Isaih Pacheco, a cornerback/running back, said Iowa and Minnesota stopped by his school. He added Ohio State and Clemson are trying to get him to camp.

--Receiver Amad Anderson of Staten Island Curtis picked up a recent offer from Wisconsin and he said he is hearing the most from Rutgers, where he visited several times in the spring. He is also hearing from Maryland and Wisconsin a lot, and added he wants to visit Wisconsin "as soon as possible." 

--Defensive tackle Ryan Betro from Groton (Mass.) Lawrence Academy recently added an offer from Rutgers, but he is talking to Boston College and Syracuse the most. He plans to visit Rutgers to learn more about the program and the school when his spring track season ends.

--Quarterback Nick Patti of Montvale (N.J.) St. Jospeh plans to make a decision in June. He is the most from Rutgers, Toledo and Pitt. 

--Bronx Cardinal Hayes receiver Lucas Nunez, who holds a Rutgers offer, said he is hearing fro the Scarlet Knights the most. Buffalo and Albany are also recruiting him.

--Bronx Fordham Prep quarterback Matt Valecce picked up recent offers from Rutgers, Pitt and BC. He is the most familiar with Rutgers after multiple visits, but he does not plan to rush into a decision because of spots filling up at schools.

--Class of 2019 quarterback Ta'Quan Roberson visited Penn State and Rutgers during spring practice. He is a big fan of Penn State's tradition and wants to go back to see a practice in camp. He added a recent offer Virginia Tech but he does not know much about the school. He said he has a strong relationship with Rutgers coach Chris Ash and added it is clear the program is changing for the better. 

--Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph's Evan Stewart said he is hearing the most from Boston College and North Carolina. Rutgers came back into the picture after visiting with teammates a few weeks He thinks Boston College defense fits him best.

--Jayden McDonald, a linebacker from Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinett, made a Saturday visit before the combine. Rutgers was his first offer, and his first visit. He plans to visit other schools before cutting a list or naming leaders. He is being recruited by Rutgers to play the strong-side linebacker, a hybrid role..

--Brooklyn Erasmus Hall receiver Sean Ryan said his parents fell in love with Nebraska after they had time to learn more about the school. Maryland and Rutgers are pushing the hardest, but he showed up at the event wearing Maryland gear. 

--Class of 2020 running back Jalen Berger of Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco added his sixth offer during the week, and it came from Boston College. He is most familiar with Rutgers Rutgers because it is close to his Newark home, and his mom can drive down easily.

"It definitely is the kind of school that I should be trying to go to and I try to visit as much as possible to get to know the school," he said.

--Class of 2020 running back Lamy Constant of Brooklyn Poly Prep has offers from Rutgers, Michigan, Boston College and Syracuse. "Michigan, that's the school right now," he said.

Sam Hellman and Garrett Stepien of Scout contributed to this report

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