The East Region ScoutCast hits on a number of topics, including satellite camps hitting high great, the impending decision of Scout 300 defensive end Luiji Vilain and the top uncommitted receivers in region in Tarik Black, Tahj Capehart, Mark Webb, Tariq Castro-Fields, Cameron Sullivan-Brown, Evidence Njoku and Eddie Lewis
Scout National Recruiting Analyst Brian Dohn and Mid-Atlantic Recruiting Analyst Michael Clark takes a look at each of the topics in-depth in this week's ScoutCast.
The ScoutCast begins with a look at the upcoming bevy of satellite camps.
Vilain announced a final three of Michigan, Virginia Tech and USC and he will announce his decision June 12. He made a recent visit to Michigan, and has been at each of his final three schools. (Segment begins at 5:34.)
Black holds a top five of UCLA, Stanford, Michigan, Alabama and Notre Dame, and his father said the family is trying to work out a trip to visit UCLA and Stanford again. Black will be at Notre Dame June 23-24 ,and Michigan will be at Cheshire (Conn.) Academy for a satelitte camp June 4. (Segment begins 11:21.)
Capehart has a long list of suitors still on his list with Maryland, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Alabama, Georgia, West Virginia and Tennessee, but it could be Virginia Tech and Maryland with the best shot to land him. (Segment begins 16:47.)
Webb is hearing a bunch from Georgia, North Carolina, Rutgers and Penn State. He is set to visit Georgia later this month, and Nebraska is starting to show a lot of interest. (Segment begins at 20:43.)
Castro-Fields is being recruited as a cornerback and receiver. Maryland, Penn State, Syracuse, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Virginia Tech are all showing plenty of interest. (Segment begins at 26:01.)
Njoku was set to visit Rutgers on Wednesday as he continues to move forward with a top 10 that includes Georgia, Miami, Penn State, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Iowa State, Missouri and Pittsburgh. (Segment begins at 32:45.)
Lewis' first offer was Iowa, but it is Rutgers and Boston College recruiting him the hardest. (Segment begins at 37:25.)