Baltimore St. Frances four-star defensive end Eyabi Anoma is yet to make a lot of visits, but he said he plans on getting to Texas A&M in the coming weeks. He already visited Alabama, Maryland and Pittsburgh. He added he is focused on his academics but also plans to visit USC and UCLA. He offer list also includes Michigan, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia.
Four-star Dinwiddie (Va.) High outside linebacker K'Vaughan Pope continues to take his time with the recruiting process. Clemson, Florida, Florida State and Ohio State are the main contenders. The Buckeyes appear to be in the best shape and he will visit Columbus July 1-2.
Four-star offensive tackle Jaelyn Duncan of St. Frances said he remains open, but he talks to Maryland, Penn State, Michigan and Ohio State the most. He visited each of the schools sans Michigan, but he is planning to get to Michigan in the next month. His last trip to a school outside of Maryland was last summer.
Running back Mychale Salahuddin of Washington (D.C.) Woodson was set to join teammates and cornerback Noah Boykin and receiver Edward Hendrix on a trip to Alabama on Sunday and Monday. Salahuddin added he will visit Clemson on June 13, Ohio State on June 17 and USC on June 23. He is also talking a lot to North Carolina, Oklahoma, Baylor, Nebraska and Maryland.
Scout 300 receiver Daniel George maintains his top 10, but there are several schools he is focused on. The Oxon Hill (Md.) High standout is looking hard at Penn State, West Virginia, North Carolina, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Maryland. He said he is trying to visit North Carolina in the next few weeks and also get to Louisville in the next month.
Syracuse linebacker commit Juan Wallace, who added an offer from Georgia last week, said he is committed to the Orange and he plans to visit campus soon. He added he is also interested in visiting West Virginia, Rutgers, Georgia and Maryland.
Sanford (N.C.) Lee County running back Jahmir Smith recently visited North Carolina and the trip went very well. Smith will camp at Clemson and North Carolina this month. He will tentatively visit USC, which recently offered, June 24-26. Other schools to watch are Duke, Wisconsin and Notre Dame. He plans to make his commitment this summer.
Washington (D.C.) St. John's defensive tackle Cam Goode recently released his top eight schools of Michigan State, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Arizona, Temple, Indiana, Virginia and Pittsburgh. He added he planned to make five official visits, and knew Michigan State, Arizona and Virginia Tech would each gets visits.
Washington (D.C.) Maret offensive guard prospect Devonte Gordon said he plans to camp at Penn State and Maryland and try to earn an offer. He is also talking a lot to Wake Forest and NC State, and he plans to visit both schools in the summer.
Olney (Md.) Good Counsel outside linebacker Tyler Baylor was strong in coverage and showed good change of direction. He said he is talking the most to Maryland, Kentucky, Penn State and Pittsburgh. Former teammate Joshua Paschal signed with Kentucky in February.
Class of 2019 receiver Cam Hart of Good Counsel holds offers from Virginia, Louisville, Temple and Kentucky. He visited Temple and Virginia already and he is planning visits to Kentucky and Louisville in the next two months. He is also being recruited by Maryland, where he made numerous visits already.
Standout class of 2020 Damascus (Md.) High defensive end Bryan Bresee already holds 13 offers. Penn State and Maryland are recruiting him hardest. He will camp at Ohio State, Clemson and Alabama in the next two weeks.
Class of 2020 Virginia Beach (Va.) Bishop Sullivan offensive guard Altrique Barlow will be a national recruit. Auburn and Virginia Tech offered while Alabama and Ohio State are also showing interest. He will camp at Ohio State later this month.
Maryland and North Carolina offered class of 2020 Washington (D.C.) St. John’s College linebacker Mekhail Sherman and he visited both this spring. Penn State is also showing strong interest.
Mid-Atlantic analyst Michael Clark contributed to this report