Multiple Scout.com Top 300 players trending towards Nebraska

Which Scout.com Top 300 players are trending towards Nebraska?

Rashan Gary made a weekend official visit to USC, and now he has one left. Ohio State is due to make a Monday in-home, ClemsonLSU and Alabama are vying for the fifth official, but Michigan and Mississippi are leading the pack. Auburn is also involved. However, USC made a huge impression and will be a factor if the defensive line coach hire is a home run.

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UCLA remains the team to beat for Mique Juarez but Alabama and Ole Miss are pushing hard. He will visit 'Bama (Jan. 22) and UCLA (Jan.29) before making a signing day decision coming.

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It comes down to Auburn, Georgia and Tennessee for Derrick Brown. Tracy Rocker being retained by UGA may be the key for the Dawgs.

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Alabama is in with Jeffery Simmons as is Ole Miss and Mississippi State.  Likely an in-state school wins out with Ole Miss having some momentum.

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Ben Davis named Georgia his leader, but he is an Alabama legacy. His father, Wayne, played for the Crimson Tide and his mother went to school there.

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USC remains the team to beat for Jack Jones but watch out for Texas A&M. Alabama and UCLA are involved as well.

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Alabama and Georgia are likely the final two for Mecole Hardman Jr., with Tennessee behind those. He is very close with numerous Georgia commitments.

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This looks like a two-horse race for Caleb Kelly between Oklahoma and Notre Dame. The Sooners led early but the Irish are closing fast.

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Brandon Jones, a 6-foot, 190-pound safety from Nacogdoches, Texas, is most commonly thought to be a battle between Texas and Texas A&M. Texas is hosting him on his official visit late in January, and that could be the edge.

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Nigel Warrior is a Tennessee legacy, but this race it tight between Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Tennessee.

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Ohio State gave in-state LSU a run for Rashard Lawrence, but the Tigers win out in the end with their location and history.

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Florida has had some momentum in the race for Brian Burns over the last six weeks. Florida State and Georgia are right there.

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Could Demetris Robertson leave the South for Notre Dame? He could, but Georgia is the in-state school and he has relationships with many future Dawgs.  Alabama is there, too.

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Tyrie Cleveland, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound wide receiver from Spring (Texas) Westfield, is committed to Houston and has some strong connections to stay at home and play for coach Tom Herman. Florida will get the last shot at him the weekend right before national signing day.

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Kristian Fulton is another Louisiana kid coach Les Miles is likely to land. Florida is their biggest threat and the Gators have Fulton's attention.

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Jeffrey McCulloch, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound outside linebacker from Houston (Texas) Davis, is involved in an interesting battle. He has already visited Stanford, has Texas on deck and Alabama following. The No. 1 OLB in the Midlands will be a signng day decision.

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The Mississippi State campus is basically next to A.J. Brown's high school, and he is likely to stay home. 

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Florida is the leader for Lyndell Wilson, but Alabama is the in-state school.  Georgia is in play, but the Tide typically get who they want.

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Plenty of schools are trying to flip Florida State commit Jamel Cook. Which has the best chance? Auburn, Miami, Louisville, USC and Alabama are all working to change Cook's mind.

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For Nate Craig, the visit over the weekend to Auburn may have the Tiger's in the driver's seat.  This one is far from over though with plenty of other schools still in the race.

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Jared Mayden a 6-foot-2, 190-pound cornerback from Sachse (Texas) will be taking a key official visit to Alabama, but keep a close eye on what may happen the following weekend as he has one visit left.

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Deontay Anderson, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound safety from Manvel (Texas), is thought to have Ole Miss in the lead and he will take his final official visit to see the school and will then announce on signing day.

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Jaquan Yulee recentlyed decommitted from Alabama the Crimson Tide remain in the lead. MarylandWest VirginiaVirginia Tech, Florida and UCLA are also involved. Where he winds up visiting the next few weeks will say alot.

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David Long  is down to Michigan and Washington, where he visited over the weekend. He will be announcing his decision Thursday and this one is tough to call.

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Dontavious Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 240-pound middle linebacker from Alief (Texas) Elsik, is in the meat of his official visit schedule and the one to Alabama could be the biggest one of them all.

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Devin Asiasi had USC as the early leader but watch out for UCLA. The Bruins just hired Marques Tuiasosopo, who was Asiasi's lead recruiter at USC, and we heard the switch to a pro-style offense is enticing for him. Michigan and Washington are heavily in the mix as well.

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It has really been a Florida State vs. LSU battle for Trayvon Mullen for some time. Others have been involved, but in the end, the in-state school wins out.

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Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett could be the key with Landon Dickerson. hey have a great relationship. Auburn and Tennessee are right there as well.

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Tre Nixon does not reveal much, but Florida has been high on his list for some time now. Georgia, Ole Miss and Penn State are each definitely under consideration.

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UCLA has led for Boss Tagaloa from the beginning, but Washington, Michigan and USC will all get visits this month. Tagaloa and his good friend, Devin Asiasi, want to play together in college and both are signing day decisions.

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Texas A&M are trending as Quartney Davis, a 6-2 1/2, 181-pound wide receiver from Houston (Texas) Langham Creek, set up an official visit in the face of the new offensive coordinator hire. He was previously committed to Texas A&M.

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LaVert Hill visited Penn State (Jan. 15), the school he was once committed to, but it is really Michigan State or Michigan here. The Spartans are trending and are now a favorite to land him. Michigan still has the family connection with brother, Delano, there, but with an official still coming up to Michigan State, the Wolverines are now in a fight to land a kid many pegged to end up in Ann Arbor.

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Shyheim Carter is a former Alabama commitment and things look like he will end up back in Tuscaloosa.

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E.J. Price, a one-time Georgia commit, is still likely to choose the in-state school. The first day coaches could hit the road in January, UGA went to see Price.

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Things can change fast in recruiting. Levi Onwuzurike, a 6-4, 260-pound four-star from Allen (Texas), will decide Jan. 20. Has Washington made up enough ground on Baylor to seal this deal?

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West Virginia and Penn State are the final two for Brendan Ferns and he still has visits to both coming up. His brother is at WVU and he grew up going to games there, but we still see Penn State as the favorite going down the final stretch.

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Raekwon Davis flipped his commitment from Alabama to Mississippi State on Jan. 17, but the Crimson Tide are not going to give up on this big defensive lineman. Ole Miss wants a visit too, but the Bulldogs are in a good spot.

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Byron Murphy will visit USC on Jan. 21 and already checked out Arizona State, Texas A&M and Washington. The Sun Devils have been trending lately but watch out for the Huskies.

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Ahmmon Richards' heart is with Miami and he follows his heart here. He will go back to The U. Alabama is running a close second with Auburn and Tennessee in play.

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It is a three-team race between Florida State, UCLA and USC for Brandon Burton. He was set to commit to UCLA at the Under Armour game but decided to hold off. The Bruins still look good but also watch out for the USC trojans.

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Jordan Fuller made a weekend official visit to Ohio State and next weekend he will be at Michigan. Fuller already made an official to Notre Dame and is contemplating a mid-week trip to Penn State later this month. He will decide the weekend before signing day.

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Marquez Callaway is very quiet about his recruitment, but Tennessee has been heavily involved for some time and they are favored.

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For Carlos Becker, it is likely to come down to Florida State and Ohio State. Do not rule out NC State either because a former teammate is there.  The Seminoles are coming hard and they are an in-state school.

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Obi Eboh, a 6-2, 190-pound cornerback from Southlake (Texas) Carroll, picked up an offer from Stanford and immediately set up an official visit to see the school, postponing his Texas official visit one week.

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Tramonda Moore has been considered an Oklahoma lean for a while, but the 6-5, 250-pound four-star offensive tackle from Oklahoma City (Okla.) John Marshall his last two visits will be to Oklahoma State and Alabama.

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USC has faded a bit for Lamar Jackson and it now appears Arizona State and Nebraska are in the best position. He'll announce next week. 

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Chris Daniels, a 6-4, 315-pound defensive tackle from Euless (Texas) Trinity, switched his final official visit and will now officially visit Texas A&M on Jan. 29. The Oklahoma commit visited Texas and may also work in one more official visit. 

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Looks like Oklahoma could get the last crack at Mark Jackson, an edge rushing specialist, who is lightning quick off of the ball. Jackson, a 6-2 1/2. 226-pounder from Cibolo (Texas) Steele, will visit Norman Jan. 29.

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Is Keith Gavin going to Alabama or staying home with Florida State? It is very close. The school he was once committed to is the frontrunner at this time.

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It comes down to Alabama and Georgia for Michail Carter, and the in-state school will win out. He grew up in a family of UGA fans.

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Royce Newman is committed to Missouri Tigers, but still considering Nebraska and Ole Miss, and Penn State is keeping a close eye on him. The Tigers may very well hang onto him, but if he flips, right now, we see the rebels as the most likely option.

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John Simpson has given other schools a chance, but it likely comes down to in-state schools, Clemson and South Carolina.

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The in-state school has been the favorite from the beginning for Willie Allen, and it does not look to change.

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This one is too close to call. Amani Bledsoe, a 6-4, 266-pound defensive lineman from Lawrence (Kan.), already used his official visits and Kansas Jayhawks had the last crack at him on campus, and he grew up around the school. Will he leave?

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Jamal Pettigrew is an LSU commit, but he is an LSU commit taking visits to schools. However, we still like the odds of him staying with the Tigers.

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Prince Sammons is likely to end up at Michigan State, which he will visit before signing day. If for some reason that situation doesn't work out, Duke and Northwestern remain in the picture.

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Nigel Knott once favored Oregon, and then looked like an Alabama lean for a while, but ends up staying in state where his sister runs track.

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Kobe Jones will stay close to home. He has been heavily recruited by Mississippi State for some time and he feels very connected to the staff.

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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh wins out for talented tight end Jacob Mathis. Alabama, Florida and Ole Miss are other schools to watch.

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For Jeawon Taylor, with Kirk Callahan out as defensive backs coach at Florida and the bond Taylor has with Georgia coach Kirby Smart, the Dawgs may be trending here to flip the Florida commit.

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Desmond Fitzpatrick canceled a visit to Mississippi State, which is good news for Nebraska, which we have as one of the favorites. Louisville, where he was once committed, will receive his final official visit and there are possibilities for new offers that could change the face of his recruitment still.

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Scott Lashley, a big offensive lineman, has had Mississippi State on top of his list from the beginning.

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Damar Hamlin spent the weekend at Ohio State and will be at Penn State on Jan. 22. After that, it is a trip to Pittsburgh before he makes his decision. Staying home is a key factor.

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We have Eric Cuffee, a 6-0, 190-pound defensive back from Waco (Texas), in the Texas lean category and expect a commitment to be near.

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Dwayne Haskins Jr. has long been a Maryland commit, but that could be coming to an end. He visited Ohio State and tentatively set to visit LSU on Jan. 22. The Terps, meanwhile, offered a pair of quarterbacks recently.

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Jonah Morris has an official visit with Notre Dame, and the Irish are one of the favorites, along with Pittsburgh.

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Connor Murphy took his final visit USC the weekend of Jan. 15. He is also looking at Alabama, Arizona State, Michigan and Oregon, with the Wolverines looking good right now.

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It is a two-team race for Damian Alloway with Notre Dame and UCLA battling it out. Alloway still needs to visit UCLA and the feeling right now is distance could play a factor, which helps UCLA.

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Karamo Dioubate decommitted recently from Penn State and has TempleOhio StateMichigan State (Jan. 22 visit) and South Carolina (Jan. 24 visit) on his list.

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Maxs Tupai is a tough read but Utah is the school drawing a lot of buzz. BYU, Oregon State Beavers, Texas Tech and USC are also in the mix.

Update(1/21)Tupai has locked in his final two visits with USC this weekend, Oklahoma (Jan. 29) and those could be his final two right now.

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There was chatter in the summer Keandre Jones, a long-time Maryland commit, could flip to Ohio State before his senior season. It didn't happen, but after a Jan. 15 official visit weekend, he looks like he will be all Buckeyes. 

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Lil'Jordan Humphrey, a 6-5, 200-pounder from Southlake (Texas) Carroll, announced a top two of Texas and Cal. Texas is the hot pick right now, but he has an official to see Cal on Jan. 29.

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Florida State could make things interesting if they pursue Stewart Reese these last two weeks, but at this time, Syracuse is the favorite. 

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Georgia is still in this for Alabama commit Tyler Simmons, but for now he is Alabama.

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Terrell Hall was committed to Ohio State at one time, made visits to Florida and Florida State, and made a Maryland visit Jan. 15. He has Alabama and Ole Miss the next two weekends.

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Jayvaughn Myers was committed to Florida at one time, but he is now leaning towards leaving the state.

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It is a tough call here for Jaleel Laguins. It could one or many ways between now and signing day. Alabama, Florida and Tennessee all possible schools he could flip to.

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Khaleke Hudson made an official visit to Michigan, which is making a strong move, to start off January. He also has trips to Penn State (Jan. 22) and Pittsburgh (Jan. 29) coming up and he already tripped to UCLA.

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Jamal Couch, a former Florida State commit, visited Mississippi State, and he has been high on the Bulldogs for some time, and the Bulldogs are trending.

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Oregon is in the picture for Calvin Bundage, but Oklahoma State is close to home and he made multiple visits to the campus throughout the process. Who will the 6-2, 190-pound hard-hitter from Edmond (Okla.) Sante Fe choose?

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Kyle Porter, a 5-10, 190-pounder has a top thee of Texas, TCU and Arkansas. He is taking visits to all three schools on the last three weekends of the recruiting season.

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