Michael McCammon

The Hilltoppers will host a few recruits on unofficial visits this weekend

Here's a look at a few of the recruits that are expected to make unofficial visits on Saturday

The Western Kentucky coaching staff will welcome a group of prospects to The Hill on Saturday for unofficial visits.

While on the The Hill, prospects will tour portions of the WKU campus and the football facilities, spend a few minutes with the coaching staff and attend the game as a guest of the program.

A couple dozen are likely to take in the action.  Here's a look at a few that are expected to be among the group visiting on Saturday.

Making the trip north from the Peach State is wide receiver Amari Colbert of Houston County.  Through six games, the 6-foot-3, 195-pound receiver has 37 receptions for 658 yards and 12 touchdowns.  Colbert holds a WKU scholarship offer.

http://www.scout.com/player/212235-amari-colbert?s=468

Another Peach State prospect making an unofficial visit is Josh Samuel, a three-star running back from Central Gwinnett.  Samuel added an offer from the Hilltoppers in September.

http://www.scout.com/player/201383-josh-samuel

Another tall receiver, Eugene Minter of Parker, Ala., hopes to make it to Bowling Green this weekend.  Minter was scheduled to visit WKU last Saturday, but a scheduling conflict forced the date change.  Minter is a member of the Alabama Top 100 prospects.

http://www.scout.com/player/204502-eugene-minter

WKU offensive line commit Woodford Lankford is also planning to attend the Hilltoppers game against Houston Baptist on Saturday.  Lankford also made the short drive from Lexington to Bowling Green last week.  A three-star prospect, Lankford committed to WKU in July.

http://www.scout.com/player/205795-woodford-lankford

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