(Compiled by Brian Dohn, Michael Clark, Rachel Klein and Jacquie Franciulli)
Five-star Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith defensive lineman Andrew Brown said coaches from Florida and Ohio State stopped by his school last week. Florida State will visit sometime this week. As far as visits, Brown has a huge trip coming up in May.
Four-star Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor defensive end Jalyn Holmes will visit Clemson on June 12 and Ohio State on June 19. The Lake Taylor star said the Ohio State and Florida State are the two schools currently standing out to him.
Four-star Havelock (N.C.) running back Derrell Scott's top five remains the same – South Carolina, Florida State, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Clemson. Scott said he plans to visit Florida, Florida State, Miami and Ohio State this summer.
Four-star Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi is down two schools – Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Four-star Virginia Beach (Va.) Bishop Sullivan wide receiver Jamil Kamara has over 20 scholarship offers. Kamara said he will likely visit Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky in the near future. He also mentioned a possible trip to Tennessee.
North Carolina and Virginia Tech are recruiting Arlington (Va.) Yorktown safety M.J. Stewart the hardest. Along with those schools, Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia appear to have the best shot at landing Stewart.
Three-star Chester (Va.) safety C.J. Reavis committed to Virginia Tech on Saturday. Reavis said he is 100 percent committed to the Hokies and does not plan to visit any more schools.
Three-star Ashburn (Va.) Briar Woods quarterback Trace McSorley said Boston College and North Carolina State are the schools pursuing him the hardest at this time. McSorley, who holds 14 offers, said both schools are high on his list. He will likely narrow his list of schools in the next few weeks.
T.C. Williams High (Alexandria, Va.) defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke did not participate in the NFTC on Sunday to rest up for two big workouts this week. Clarke was high on North Carolina State after his visit this weekend, but said he is waiting to see if more offers come in before naming a top five. He is still aiming for a decision by late May, early June, and Virginia, Maryland and Penn State are also involved.
Friendship Collegiate (Washington, D.C.) four-star cornerback Jalen Tabor said he loved his recent visit to Vanderbilt and said his parents "love Alabama." Tabor said his latest top 5: Vanderbilt, Maryland, Florida, Florida State and Alabama.
Yorktown High (Arlington, Va.) defensive back M.J. Stewart has been hearing from Duke, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Northwestern, Virginia, Nebraska and West Virginia. He has been talking to his new Maryland recruiting coach for his area Lyndon Johnson and his building a bond with the Maryland coaches. Plans to narrow his list to five in the near future.
Friendship Collegiate safety Daejuan Funderburk, called his recent offer from Miami "a dream offer… what every kid would want." He went to Maryland's spring game April 12 and said he really liked the atmosphere. Funderburk is also talking regularly with Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida State and West Virginia.
Mechanicsville (Va.) Atlee High offensive lineman Alec Eberle said he was "speechless" about picking up an offer from his childhood favorite Florida State. Has been hearing from a number of top BCS programs but Maryland will remain one of his top schools because of his high regard for (offensive line) coach (Tom) Brattan.
DeMatha High (Hyattsville, Md.) wide receiver Chris Jones got his cast off his hand said he is at about 80 percent. Jones went to South Carolina last weekend for the spring game could be getting close to an offer, also working on plans to visit Florida State and Wisconsin this summer.
Alexandria (Va.) West Potomac athlete Demornay Pierson-El holds offers from Old Dominion, Marshall, North Carolina and Boston College. He has been hearing from North Carolina and Old Dominion the most and has also been talking to Maryland a little bit as well.
2014 DeMatha High defensive end Deonte Holden said he is getting the most attention from Iowa and North Carolina State and could be closing in on offer from Duke. Holden could also be getting closer to an offer from Maryland and has improved his strength and put on good weight this offseason.
DeMatha High offensive tackle Brock Ruble said he is talking to Tennessee, Florida State, South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia Tech and a few others as well. He already visited Rutgers, North Carolina State, West Virginia and Virginia Tech, but said he hasn't started to trim his list.
Bishop McNamara High (Forestville, Md.) four-star offensive tackle Damian Prince said he the schools he speaks with the most are Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State, Florida, Maryland and Rutgers the most. He attended Maryland's spring game and is contemplating a trip to Rutgers for its spring game April 27.
Notre Dame commit Sam Mustipher, a four-star guard from of Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), showed up wearing an Irish hat and he said he is recruiting Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic High four-star offensive tackle Quenton Nelson hard.
"I'm starting to get in his ear," Mustipher said. "I'm also talking to Alex Bars and get him in as well."
Timber Creek Regional High (Erial, N.J.) receiver Adonis Jennings, who was named the event's top receiver, recently added offers from Illinois and Western Michigan.
"Rutgers really wants me a lot," Jennings said.
Four-star linebacker Greer Martini, a Notre Dame commit from Woodberry Forest (Va.) School, said although schools continue to travel to his school to scout him and gauge interest, but he is not interested.
Cedar Cliff (Camp Hill, Pa.) quarterback Andrew Ford has offers from Temple and Massachusetts. Ford is receiving interest from Pittsburgh, UVa, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt and Tennessee. He said Pitt watched him throw last week and he is expecting Oklahoma State and Virginia to visit as well.
Friendship Collegiate High (Washington, D.C.) cornerback Demitri Lee doesn't have any offers yet, but he was impressive at the combine could be close to getting one. He is talking mostly with Vanderbilt, Tennessee and South Carolina.
North Pointe High (Waldorf, Md.) tight end Marquis Watts holds offers from Toledo, Duke and Appalachian State and he said he is hearing a lot from Rutgers, North Carolina State and Vanderbilt.
"I really want an offer from N.C. State," he said. "They have a really nice campus and a great environment for learning."
Friendly High (Fort Washington, Md.) cornerback Rayvon Davis made a Saturday visit to Temple, and he left campus with his first offer. He said that was the only school recruiting him.
T.C. Williams High (Alexandria, Va.) outside linebacker Malik Carney currently has one offer (Toledo) but he is getting a lot of looks. Carney listed UVa, NC State and Notre Dame as some of the schools interested in him. The outside tells us the Cavs and the Fighting Irish will be visiting him this week.
Middletown (Del.) High receiver Darius Wade committed to Boston College recently, and he turned his attention to other players in the class and helped the Eagles land Cardinal O'Hara High (Springfield, Pa.) receiver Thadd Smith last week.
Fairfax (Va.) High athlete Nick Scott, a Penn State commit, arrived decked out in Nittany Lions gear after spending Saturday at the school's spring game.
Calvert Hall High (Baltimore) receiver Russell Neverdon holds offers from Toledo, Boston College, Connecticut and Youngstown State. He said he is in contact regularly with Boston College, which offered him during a junior day visit.
Bayside (Virginia Beach, Va.) safety Quin Blanding says he is working on recruiting Derrick Nnadi, Andrew Brown and Jamil Kamara , saying he is working them hard.? Blanding also was eager to talk about the new aggressive defense the Cavs will be running under defensive coordinator Jon Tenuta.
Dematha (Hyattsville, MD) receiver Cameron Phillips just game back from a visit to Penn State, and he said he loved his trip. He said he currently has no top schools, but North Carolina, UVa and Penn State are up there. UVa has been in contact with his coach recently.
Class 2015 Chancellor High (Fredericksburg, Va.) offensive lineman Matt Burrell has visited both UVa and Maryland. He currently has nine offers: East Carolina, Clemson, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Connectict, North Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Maryland. Per his dad, he will be headed to South Carolina and Clemson for unofficial visits this summer.
Class of 2015 Friendship Collegiate (Washington, D.C.) offensive tackle Quarvez Boulware has been hearing from UCLA, Clemson, Tennessee, and UNC. Boulware remains high on the Terps.
Class of 2015 Briar Woods (Ashburn, Va.) receiver Brandon Polk holds Virginia Tech, Old Dominion and Maryland offers. Polk says he is really interested in Florida, and is looking to start a relationship with the Gators soon.
Class of 2015 cornerback Kareem Ali holds a Rutgers offer, and he likes the school a lot.
"They put people in the league and coach Kyle Flood offered me," he said. "It was great. I love it up there."
Franklin High (Reisterstown, Md.) class of 2015 offensive tackle Patrick Allen holds offers from Rutgers, Tennessee, Florida State and Virginia. His former teammate, Ian Thomas, is a cornerback at Rutgers and he camped there and at Virginia. He is also trying to visit Florida State and Tennessee this summer.
Class of 2015 athlete Jerome Baker of Benedictine High (Cleveland) visited Penn State for the spring game and will be at Pittsburgh next week.
Class of 2015 Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson defensive tackle Tim Settle has scholarship offers from North Carolina and Virginia. Now, he is starting to attract a significant amount of interest from Tennessee, Ohio State, Duke, Penn State and Michigan.
Class of 2016 defensive end Rahshaun Smith of Calvert Hall (Baltimore) already holds offers from Rutgers, Penn State, Connecticut, Maryland, Boston College, Tennessee and Youngstown State. He already visited West Virginia, Ohio State, Youngstown State and Maryland.
Class of 2016 Wootton (Rockville, Md.) athlete Travon Diggs said it is very important for him to separate himself from his brother's shadow. However, he is not ruling Terps out and has also been hearing from Rutgers.
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