"Nothing much is new, except the addition of Tennessee's offer," says the 6-foot-1, 195 pounder. "I have no favorites right now, they are all even."
Ore wants to see what teams will offer him, and most likely will stay uncommitted until towards the end of the process.
"I am definitely going to visit Virginia and Virginia Tech this fall. Others I am not sure about."
Fresh off a visit to Virginia, Ore came away as a champion at the camp and with more tools for the fall.
"The Virginia camp was pretty good. They had a seven-on-seven tournament, and we were the champions of that. Their running backs coach was a great guy, and taught me a lot from that camp."
The power and speed combination in Brandon Ore has several schools taking a hard look at him not only as a bruising tailback, but also as a linebacker. While Ore plans to stick on the offensive side of the ball, he certainly could play either way. He averaged 9.2 yards per carry as a junior.
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