Tommy Streeter, South Florida -- The talented receiver from Miami Northwestern has already been to Boston College, oregon, and South Carolina. This will be his fourth visit and he's unsure about his last visit next weekend. He's mentioned possibly Miami and possibly Ole Miss. The Canes will likely get that last visit and are still very much in the running for Streeter.
Corey Liuget, South Florida -- The talented big man has already taken four visits so this will be his fifth. He's been to LSU, Illinois, Rutgers, and Florida State. In doing so, he won't be able to take an official visit to Miami. However, he's been there several times before so that probably won't have an impact on his final decision. The Canes appear to be in good shape here, with Illinois being the toughest competition it seems.
Nick Perry, Michigan -- This has been the team to beat from day one it seems for the talented defensive end from Detroit. He had a great visit to Southern Cal last weekend and is scheduled to see Miami next weekend but it's very difficult to imagine him leaving Michigan.
Gavin Hardin, Ole Miss -- He's been a soft commitment to Ole Miss since last winter but took a visit to Miami last weekend and loved it. His primary recruiter left Ole Miss after Ed Orgeron was fired at the end of the season. That opened the door for other programs and Miami was one to benefit. He told CanesTime.com last week that he'll sit down with his parents following this visit and figure everything out. We'll know a lot more on Sunday.
George Baker, South Florida -- Baker is being recruited by the Canes but has not yet been offered. He still considers himself a soft commitment to Auburn but he's very interested in USF and would likely commit to Miami if given an offer. He is scheduled to visit next weekend and whether he gets an offer will likely depend on what happens with players like T.J. Bryant and Alonzo Lawrence.
Vaughn Telemaque, USC -- The talented safety prospect visited Miami last weekend and had a great time and then received an in-home visit from coaches Shannon and Robinson this past week. Still, if he leaves USC with an opportunity to commit, it's going to be very difficult for the Canes to convince him to come here. Oregon is one of the other three finalists.
Note: T.J. Bryant, who visited Miami during the week, was scheduled to be at USC this weekend but CanesTime.com has been unable to confirm that just yet. Stay tuned.