MORE: Recruits Spotted at the PSU Victory

One Official Visitor, three top senior unofficial visitors, and many juniors, including 4 of the top Ohio juniors.

Official visitor:

-- WR Jamar Hornsby DB/WR (6-3, 185, 4.45) from Jacksonville Sandalwood Florida.

Senior Unofficial Visitors:

-- FB/LB Obi Ezeh (6-1, 230, 4.6) from Grand Rapids, Mich., Catholic Central.

-- Commitment LB Quintin Patilla (6-2, 210) from Flint Carman Ainesworth.

-- OT Perry Dorrestein (6-7, 285) from Plainfield, Illinois, Central Illinois. He was a U-M Camper this past June.

Junior Unofficial Visitors:

-- RB/CB Devon Torrence (6-1, 190) from Canton, Ohio, South. He is considered perhaps the top Ohio junior prospect.

-- QB/Ath. Chaz Anderson (6-1, 180) from Pickerington, Ohio, Central. He is considered one of the top Ohio Jr. QB's.

-- CB/RB Eric Haislah (5-10, 165) from Cleveland, Ohio, Glenville. He is a top 20 Ohio junior prospect.

-- RB Jordan Mabin (5-11, 185) from Nordania Ohio. Mabin may be the top Jr. RB in Ohio.

-- Junior LM Mike Moore (6-3, 270) from Toledo, Ohio. This was his third game this fall.

-- Junior TE David "Rocky" Weaver (6-6, 215) from Battle Creek, Mich., Harper Creek. This was the third visit for one of the top 10 instate juniors.

-- Junior OL Mike VanDerMeulen (6-5, 250) from Marshall, Mich. This is his third game this fall.

-- Junior OL/DL Ryan Wheat (6-4, 285) from Flint, Mich., Carman-Ainsworth. This is his four game this fall for Quintin Patilla's teammate.

-- Junior SS/LB Terrell Willis (6-2, 200) from Jackson, Mich., Lumen Christi. He is the friend of Antonio Bass. This was his second game this fall.

-- Junior LM Vince Helmuth (6-2, 260) from Saline, Mich. He has attended every home game this fall.

-- Junior QB James Stallons (6-3, 180) from Macomb Dakota, Michigan. This was his third game this fall.

-- PK Shane Torzy (6-0, 160) from Warren, Mich. DeLaSalle.

-- Ath. Chris Rucker (5-10, 170) from Detroit Country Day.

-- WR Shamar Coates (6-0, 175) from Waynesport, Pennsylvania.

We have several more kids that we are still researching.

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