All eyes will be on Austin Saturday night when the Longhorns host Ohio State in the first Richter scale college football game of the year. The battle of No. 1 versus No. 2 will be the perfect backdrop for a Top 15 senior and few underclassmen to see what the Longhorns have to offer.
Ditto for the Fightin' Irish who bring in Penn State. Mike Brey has an array of important seniors and underclassmen headed his way. However, the biggest number of visitors we've uncovered is on the banks of the Raritan where Fred Hill is likely to host at least 10 visitors.
Patrick Patterson, Florida Chandler Parsons, Florida Nick Calathes, Florida Gary Johnson, Texas Anthony Randolph, Texas Willie Warren, Texas K.C. Ross-Miller, Texas Blake Griffin, Oklahoma Tyrel Reed, Oklahoma Travis Releford, Oklahoma Cade Davis, Oklahoma Terrance Boyd, Oklahoma Josh Southern, Boston College Corey Raji, Boston College Rakim Sanders, Boston College Dexter Strickland, Rutgers Idris Hilliard, Rutgers Paris Bennett, Rutgers Travon Woodall, Rutgers Hakeem Harris, Rutgers Austin Johnson, Rutgers Jarrett Mann, Rutgers Corey Chandler, Rutgers Earl Pettis, Rutgers Lavoy Allen, Rutgers Brian Oliver, Rutgers Greg Echenique, Rutgers Tyler McDaniels, Wake Forest Nicholas Wright, Wake Forest Blake Hoffarber, Notre Dame Jon Leuer, Notre Dame Stephan Van Treese, Notre Dame Brent Eaton, Notre Dame Jerel Stephenson, South Carolina Toby Veal, South Carolina Trevor Deloach, South Carolina Johnny Thomas, North Carolina State Keegan Bell, LSU Darquavis Tucker, Miami Donte Greene, Syracuse Bradley Wannemaker, Pittsburgh Ty Abbott, Utah Ed Nixon, Dayton Carlon Brown, UNLV Xavier Alexander, George Washington Martavis Kee, Temple Andrew Bienert, Davidson Yorel Hawkins, Fairfield Remy Cofield, Binghamton Jay Gavin, Marist (Wednesday) George Valentine, Holy Cross
On Campus: Sept. 8-10
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