2014 Quick Hitters

With 2013 classes all around the country filling up and fast many recruiting fans and college coaches have turned their attention to the 2014 class. Here are some players from around the country and what they are saying about the process.

Isaiah Ford: Wide Receiver 6'2 and 170-pounds Jacksonville (FL) Trinity Christian High School:

"Offers so far are South Carolina, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Central Florida, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Florida International."

Will Grier: Quarterback 6'3 and 185-pounds from Davidson (NC) Davidson Day High School:

"I've spoken with Auburn, Vanderbilt and South Carolina and they are all interested."

Johnnie Dixon talked about teams recruiting him the most. Dixon is a 5'11 and 190-pound wide receiver from Palm Beach Gardens (FL) Dwyer High School.

"Alabama lately. Florida, Miami, West Virginia, Ohio State, Florida State, Louisiana Lafayette and South Florida. I really have not been talking to other schools."

Adly Enoicy: Wide Receiver 6'5 and 200-pounds from Delray Beach (FL) Atlantic High School:

"Louisiana Lafayette is the last school I talked to and that was a couple of weeks ago. I have no idea on who is close to offering."

Artavious Scott on visiting Ohio State for Friday Night Light's. Scott is a 5'11 and 170-pound wide out/athlete from Tarpon Springs (FL) East Lake High School:

"It was raw man I liked it a lot."

Corey Holmes: Wide Receiver 6'1 and 180-pounds from Ft. Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas High School:

"So far my list of offers are Michigan, Florida, Florida State, Rutgers, South Florida and Wisconsin. Schools that I have been in contact with and that I would say are close to offering are Oregon, Clemson, Notre Dame, Miami and Houston."


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