Western Kentucky will host around 20 football prospects this weekend, including six already committed to the Toppers

Western Kentucky University football coach Jeff Brohm and his staff will host around 20 prospects this weekend for the Middle Tennessee State game, including six players already committed to the Toppers.

It's another huge recruiting weekend for the Western Kentucky University football program.

The Toppers will host around 20 prospects, including six already committed to WKU in the Class of 2016, for Saturday's 11 a.m. central time start against Middle Tennessee State.

Among the commitments expected to be in attendance will be Ashland linebacker Drew O'Bryan, Woodford County offensive lineman Seth Joest, Fern Creek standout Lamarius Kinslow and Summerville, S.C., Ashley Ridge quarterback Steven Duncan.

Also in the group expected will be Montgomery, Ala., defensive end John Hines and the latest commitment to the Toppers' class - Nashville, Tenn., Father Ryan defensive lineman Jeremy Darvin.

The top 2016 targets uncommitted include the Toppers' key in-state uncommitted target - Devon Key of Bryan Station. 

Birmingham, Ala., linebacker Terrence Harris is ranked as the No. 26 linebacker in the country, while Atlanta Westlake linebacker Christion Abercrombie is a top-50 linebacker in the country and will also be on a visit.

South Alabama commitment Kyle Fourtenbary of Opelika, Ala., and former Tennessee commitment Dorian Banks, a cornerback from Sevier, Tenn., are also expected on campus this weekend.

Among the top 2017 targets will be South Warren wide receiver C.J. Hayes.

Here's a link to the complete list: MTSU Visitors

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