Posted on: August 2, 2011 11:47 am
Edited on: August 2, 2011 12:02 pm
Posted by Bryan Fischer
It's been a busy few days between Media Days and a short vacation for the Eye on Recruiting blog. Because we haven't put up every commitment on the blog, here's a recap on players who have committed over the past couple of days, sorted by conference.
Florida State: defensive tackle Justin Shanks
Georgia Tech: running back Marcus Allen
Maryland: linebacker Avery Thompson
N.C. State: defensive end Joe Wright, receiver Charlie Hegedus
USF: offensive lineman Kofi Amichia
Wake Forest: running back Joshua Wilhite, tight end Zach Gordon
Cincinnati: quarterback Bennie Coney, linebacker Erroll Clarke
Pitt: defensive back Marchez Coates, quarterback Chad Voytik
Rutgers: offensive lineman Derrick Nelson
TCU: junior college receiver Ricky Collins
UConn: defensive back Jhavon Williams
West Virginia: receiver Ray Martin and Trevor Williams, linebacker Sam Lebbie, defensive end Noble Nwachukwu, offensive lineman Tony Matteo
Indiana: offensive lineman Jason Spriggs, quarterback Gunner Kiel
Michigan: defensive end Chris Wormley
Michigan State: receiver Aaron Burbridge, defensive back Jermaine Edmondson
Minnesota: offensive lineman Jonah Pirsig
Purdue: tight end Jonathan Curry, linebacker Andy Garcia
Baylor: cornerback Ryan Reid, defensive end Dominique Banks, linebacker Kendall Erhlich
Iowa State: wide receiver P.J. Harris, linebacker Adam Pavelenko
Kansas: quarterback Bilal Marshall and Seth Russell
Kansas State: offensive lineman Aderius Epps
Missouri: defensive lineman Ed Ray
Oklahoma State: defensive end Victor Irokansi
Texas A&M: defensive end Julian Obioha
Arkansas: receiver D'Arthur Cowan, defensive back John Gibson
Auburn: defensive end Gimel President
Mississippi State: cornerback Will Redmond, receiver Frederick Brown
Ole Miss: tight end Austin Ray
South Carolina: linebacker Kaiwan Lewis, offensive lineman Joe Harris
Tennessee: kicker George Bullock, junior college defensive lineman Damien Jacobs
Arizona: defensive tackle Dwight Melvin
Arizona State: offensive lineman Evan Goodman and Stephon McCray, defensive end Ben Dixon and Jarvis Lewis, running back Russell Hansbrough, linebacker Carlos Mendoza and Matt Rowe
UCLA: offensive lineman Isaiah Folasa
USC: defensive end Pio Vatuvei
Tags: Aaron Burbridge, ACC, Adam Pavelenko, Aderius Epps, Andy Garcia, Auburn, Austin Ray, Avery Thompson, Baylor, Ben Dixon, Bennie Coney, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Bilal Marshall, Carlos Mendoza, Chad Voytik, Charlie Hegedus, Chris Wormley, D'Arthur Cowan, Damien Jacobs, Derrick Nelson, Dominique Banks, Dwight Melvin, Ed Ray, Erroll Clarke, Evan Goodman, Florida State, Frederick Brown, George Bullock, Georgia Tech, Gimel President, Gunner Kiel, Indiana, Iowa State, Isaiah Folasa, Jarvis Lewis, Jason Spriggs, Jermaine Edmondson, Jhavon Williams, Joe Harris, Joe Wright, John Gibson, Jonah Pirsig, Jonathan Curry, Joshua Wilhite, Julian Obioha, Justin Shanks, Kaiwan Lewis, Kansas, Kansas State, Kendall Erhlich, Kofi Amichia, Marchez Coates, Marcus Allen, Maryland, Matt Rowe, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Missouri, N.C. State, Noble Nwachukwu, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, P.J. Harris, Pac-12, Pio Vatuvei, Pitt, Purdue, Ray Martin, Ricky Collins, Russell Hansbrough, Rutgers, Ryan Reid, Sam Lebbie, SEC, Seth Russell, South Carolina, Stephon McCray, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Tony Matteo, Trevor Williams, UCLA, UConn, USC, USF, Victor Irokansi, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Will Redmond, Zach Gordon
Posted on: July 24, 2011 10:14 pm
Edited on: July 24, 2011 10:39 pm
Posted by Bryan Fischer
ORLANDO -- The Southeast's run of titles at the Champion Gridiron Kings is over as the Southwest team was the only one left standing and took home the championship Sunday afternoon at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex.
The team's run was fueled by players from the state of Texas, mostly commitments from Texas and Texas A&M. While many of them will be bitter rivals in a couple of years, they banded together to put on an impressive show at the final recruiting event of the season.
"Texas football, it's like religion, there's nothing like it," said Aggie commit Matt Davis, the tournament's offensive MVP. "This award is for the offense as a whole. I can't take credit for this at all, those guys they made me look good."
"It was fun repping our region," defensive MVP and Oklahoma-bound cornerback DeVante Harris said. "Everybody knows that Texas has a lot of talent and to come out and prove that we do is great."
"We knew we were going to win," running back Trey Williams said. "We came in here with a winning attitude. When we first met each other, we were talking and I could just tell from then that we were going to work together."
The Southwest team lost MaxPreps' second-ranked receiver and number three overall player Cayleb Jones early on day one after he broke his ring finger on a freak play. In his absence, fellow Texas commit Thomas Johnson more than filled in, catching everything thrown his way and torching opposing defensive backs using his speed.
"I just wanted to win," Thomas said. "We would have done better with him but, as a team, we just had to come together."
When the Aggies and Longhorns weren't scoring touchdowns on the field they were often discussing strategy off it. Sometimes this strategy involved how to get one another to switch their commitment to the rival school.
"It's a little bittersweet because of Thomas and Cayleb. I have a great relationship with them but... they're going to Texas," Davis said. "It hurts that they're going there but whoever is throwing to Thomas and Caleb, they are blessed because those guys make plays. I'm blessed to have Trey and Bralon (Addison) coming (to A&M) because they were making plays all day too."
"We were trying to recruit the Texas guys," Williams added. "They know good and well they want to be an Aggie."
Williams was working on flipping linebacker Tim Cole while Davis was working on a adding even more offensive firepower to the Aggies class of 2012.
"I wish i could get Thomas and Cayleb," Davis said. "I know we don't have too much room in our class but I'd put them in my suitcase if need be."
Not sure if the 6-foot-4 wide receiver would fit, especially when you consider the suitcase has a crystal MVP trophy in it too.
Price wraps up summer same way he started it
The favorite for the event was the Southeast team that had a perfect record until being upset by the 0-3 (at the time) Midwest bunch. Though the team fell short of the title, they had a strong run led by players such as Citra (Fla.) tight end Sean Price.
"It's ok, we can't hold our head down about it," Price said. "You lose. You win. But the great players they overcome it and get better. They take this as motivation and get hungry for the next game. That's how I feel about it."
Price had a huge week at The Opening and often heard his name called followed by the word touchdown. The two events were quite different with the notable exception being that the 6-foot-4, 205-pounder was a huge threat in the passing game.
"(The Opening) was an all-star team and this was more region-by-region," he said. "It was just a great workout and feels good to be out here."
The talented tight end has excelled at 7-on-7 throughout the summer by being a complete mismatch with linebackers. Drops have not been an issue at all and one can see why when he holds up his very large hands. Price has definitely taken advantage of his opportunities to go from relative unknown to one of the top tight ends in the nation.
"It's been amazing and I'm not going to lie, it does feel good," he said. "At the same time, I've got to stay humble because most players lose who they are and think they're this and that. That's when their game begins to fall because they lose their work ethic. I'm not trying to be like that."
The Southeast team had several players who, like Price, are committed to USF. The biggest draw to the school besides football for Price is the Bulls' medical program because he would one day like to be a radiologist. While he has his future plans squared away on the academic side, getting a glimpse at what it will be like to play with his fellow commits was a welcome opportunity at Gridiron Kings.
"It's great to play with some of my future brothers, they're ballers just like I am," Price said. "I'm pretty sure they're going to work just as hard if not harder than I am when we all get to college."
- In the upset of the day, the Midwest beat the heavily favored Southeast team 18-14. 2013 quarterback Shane Morris was much better on Sunday than he was Saturday and he a big reason why the team was in contention. He threw a very nice deep ball and made much better decisions. One of his favorite targets was Southfield (Mich.) tight end Ronald Thompson. The big pass catcher was surpassingly agile despite being one of the biggest players on the field. He's down to Michigan, Syracuse and Maryland and will likely announce his decision shortly. Thompson says 'Cuse coach Tyrone Wheatley is recruiting him the hardest but it's still very close among the three.
"Pretty much the same things stand out. I'm pretty comfortable with all the coaches, they're all honest with me and tell me where I stand," Thompson said. "I want to make a decision before the season but I kind of want to take official visits. I'll get it worked out."
- Virginia commit Kwontie Moore probably could have been named the defensive MVP despite being on the losing end of things on the Midwest team. He helped get the team back in the final game with an interception in the end zone and made the defensive play of the day when he took a pick 80 yards to the house.
- The most low key player who made some huge plays was Southwest tight end Griffin Gilbert. The TCU-bound player had reliable hands and skied up for three or four jump balls and ended up with a catch overtime. He also had a great one-handed catch that resulted in a 40-yard gain along the sidelines.
- It was a bit of a quiet weekend for Cal commit Bryce Treggs. The West quarterback, Mike Baker, didn't really look his way but the deep threat did manage to find the end zone a few times by getting behind the defense using his speed and sharp route running ability.
- The two players who really impressed with their speed and quickness were wide receiver Nelson Agholor and defensive back Ronald Darby. It took awhile for Darby, a Notre Dame commit, to get into a rhythm but he was able to shut receivers down in the second half of games. Agholor probably ended up with more touchdowns then anyone this weekend. Agholor avoided talking recruiting this weekend but the scuttlebutt on him was that it remains between USC and several of the Florida schools.
- After Trey Williams zigged and zagged for a big gain on a running play, including reversing field and leaving a defender grasping at air, cornerback Darion Monroe shouted, "He can stop on a dime! He can stop on a dime!"
Tags: Bralon Addison, Bryce Treggs, Cal, Cayleb Jones, Darion Monroe, DeVante Harris, Gridiron Kings, Gridiron Kings 2011, Griffin Gilbert, Kwontie Moore, Maryland, Matt Davis, Michigan, Mike Baker, Nelson Agholor, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ronald Darby, Ronald Thompson, Sean Price, Shane Morris, Syracuse, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, The Opening, Thomas Johnson, Tim Cole, Trey Williams, Tyrone Wheatley, USC, USF, Virginia
Posted on: July 11, 2011 9:36 am
Edited on: July 11, 2011 3:07 pm
Posted by Bryan Fischer
Hope everyone knows about getting a free Slurpee at 7-11 today. As a result, the roundup is extra sugary...
-- Really good story on something that's asked a lot, just how do recruiting services such as Rivals, Scout and Maxpreps rank players?
-- Cornerbacks in South Florida are flying off the recruiting board.
Great wrap up of Virginia Tech's camp with plenty of recruiting nuggets.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy discusses what he looks for in recruits.
Wide receiver D’Arthur Cowan has Arkansas as his top school behind Mississippi State and Alabama.
Maryland commit P.J. Gallo just fell in love with the school.
West Virginia added JUCO offensive lineman Will Latu as its 12th commitment.
Posted on: July 8, 2011 9:55 am
Edited on: July 8, 2011 10:06 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
On to Day 3 of The Opening at the Nike headquarters, be sure to catch the notebooks that have tons of nuggets from the top players in the country. Here's a list of the 7-on-7 teams that will be in action today.
Michigan State is in no rush to fill out its recruiting class just yet.
Notre Dame's options at quarterback this class are starting to dwindle.
Top underclassmen Derrick Henry says Florida is on the top of his list.
Running back Roshard Burney picked up an offer from Purdue.
-- Plenty of top players not in Oregon are at the Southwest Elite 7-on-7 event, including Dorial Green-Beckham.
-- A nice snapshot of how recruiting is going for the ACC Atlantic division.
Maryland added tight end P.J. Gallo to its recruiting class as commit No. 12.
Iowa lands "a house with feet" to its class in Jaleel Johnson.
Arizona State received a commitment from a junior-college offensive lineman.
Posted on: July 5, 2011 10:22 am
Edited on: July 5, 2011 11:09 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
There was enough talent at Gerald Ford Stadium on the campus of SMU over 4th of July weekend to make the old Mustang teams of the late 1980's jealous. California All-Star team 1925 took home the trophy at the end of the day but there were plenty of individuals who shined with their performances at the tournament. Here are a few names that stood out in the Texas heat:
Harbor City (Calif.) quarterback Troy Williams
Williams was the most polished passer at the tournament and led his 1925 team to the national championship after falling short of a title in several other tournaments. Even when it came down to crunch time and his team needed a score, Williams was calm and collective. He showed nice touch on his deep ball and could really spin the ball on short and intermediate throws. He should be one of the top quarterbacks on the West Coast in 2013.
Greenbelt (Md.) quarterback Shawn Petty
Petty threw one of the nicest balls at the tournament and could really move it downfield. He's a big lefty and delivered a nice, catchable ball to receivers, constantly placing it right where it needed to be. After watching him throw it around this weekend, Petty really looks like he'd be a good fit at Maryland.
Encino (Calif.) running back Mike Davison
The smallest player on the field was electric every time he touched the ball. He could stop on the dime and more often than not, left defenders grasping at air while trying to tag him. He's a perfect player for 7-on-7 and was arguably the Team MVP for eventual champions 1925.
Detroit (Mich.) running back Dennis Norfleet
Make no mistake, Norfleet was the man this weekend for his team, almost single-handedly carrying his Michigan-based squad. He rarely, if ever, came off the field and played both ways. As a running back, he was able to find open space and dart away from defenders. As a corner, he managed to shut down often bigger wide receivers. He's a top-flight athlete and could be a steal on the recruiting trail.
Jacksonville (Fla.) receiver Ahmad Fulwood
Fulwood was a bit of an unknown coming into the competition for Team Louisiana but he quickly made a name for himself as the team's biggest offensive threat. He's got a great frame at 6-foot-4 and moves very fluidly. He's got big hands and, as an underclassman, could develop into one of the top guys in North Florida in next year's class. He already holds a dozen scholarship offers from Florida, South Carolina, Notre Dame and others.
Bellflower (Calif.) receiver Bryce Treggs
Easily the most productive receiver over the weekend, Treggs was often found celebrating a long touchdown catch in just about every game. He has one of the smoothest releases despite being a smaller guy and can flat out fly down the field. He runs routes like the best of them and caught everything thrown his way. He could be a very good slot receiver that stretches the field at the next level.
Upland (Calif.) receiver Kenny Lawler
Lawler was the leader for B2G over the weekend and emerged as their go-to guy. He's got a great pair of hands and they're about as soft as his verbal commitment to Arizona State. He's not overly fast or the most athletic guy on the field but he catches the ball and makes plays.
South Bend (Ind.) receiver Gehrig Dieter
On a team (Goon Squad) with lots of big time players, Dieter was the most consistent player for them all weekend. He fits the label of a very good Big Ten wide out with great speed and reliable hands. Dieter showed off his athleticism by going up for some balls when he wasn't toasting defensive backs with his speed down the field.
McKees Rocks (Pa.) linebacker Deaysean Rippy
Rippy impressed with his coverage skills over the weekend and did so looking like a linebacker that was ready to head to college, not his senior year in high school. He had a good drop and roamed well in coverage. These events allow players to show off their athleticism and Rippy certainly did that.
Fresno (Calif.) athlete Deontay Greenberry
One of the most athletic players on the field, Greenberry was a red zone stud on offense and a shut down safety on defense. He played with swagger both days and was unstoppable on jump balls. Rangy and quick on defense, he allowed only a handful of balls to be completed on his half of the field.
Reserve (La.) cornerback Darion Monroe
Monroe was the defender that stood out for Team Louisiana and pretty much was the definition of shut down. He locked up receivers man-to-man and was savvy enough to drop back into passing lanes during zone. He can really change directions quickly and he had the speed to keep up with everybody he lined up against.
New Rochelle (N.Y.) cornerback Justin Combs
Combs, son of rapper Diddy, was one of the big surprises of the tournament with his play. He grabbed several interceptions over the weekend and managed to stay stride for stride with just about every opposing wide out. He's not the biggest player on the field but he did come to play.
Tags: Ahmad Fulwood, Arizona State, B2G, Badger Sports 7-on-7 National Championship, Big East, Big Ten, Bryce Treggs, Darion Montroe, Deaysean Rippy, Dennis Norfleet, Deontay Greenberry, Diddy, Florida, Gehrig Dieter, Goon Squad, Justin Combs, Kenny Lawler, Maryland, Mike Davison, Notre Dame, Shawn petty, SMU, South Carolina, Troy Williams
Posted on: July 5, 2011 9:07 am
Edited on: July 5, 2011 9:13 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
Hope everyone had a great 4th of July. Now back to the recruiting grind with plenty of links:
- The Sporting News has released their list of 125 of the top recruits from the class of 2012 and starts out with Nos. 125-76.
- Depth at offensive tackle is one of the things this year's recruiting class has that last year's didn't.
Defensive back Chaz Elder is down to Georgia, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Maryland wide receiver commit Malcolm Culmer is a speedy deep threat for the Terps.
Oklahoma State has lost several commits and that's something Mike Gundy calls 'disappointing.'
Texas and Texas A&M seem to be out front nationally according to some analysts.
Some updates on Michigan targets Josh Garnett, Aziz Shittu and Jordan Payton. The Wolverines still need some help at defensive tackle.
Defensive back Julian Whigham committed to Syracuse.
Posted on: June 29, 2011 9:40 am
Edited on: June 29, 2011 10:20 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
- Running back Greg Garmon has overcome obstacles to become both a cancer survivor and a Top 100 recruit.
One of the top quarterbacks in Georgia, Greyson Lambert, will visit South Carolina, Alabama, Florida and Florida State in July.
Big offensive line recruit Vadal Alexander will visit Geogia but says his leaders are Alabama, LSU and Auburn.
Offensive lineman Alex Kozan took in the sights and sounds of Arkansas yesterday.
Nebraska is making itself at home in the state of Ohio.
Notre Dame offered quarterback Jalin Marshall.
The Orlando Sentinel says Florida State's recruiting class narrowly edges out Florida.
Running back David Smith could follow his friend Maurice Fleming Jr. to Illinois.
Al Golden and Miami picked up two players in the 2012 class in linebacker Reggie Northrup and tight end Brandon Holifield.
Wide receiver Lamarlin Wiggins has pledged to attend USF.
It was a good day for Washington, which picked up commitments from safety Taylor Lagace, defensive end Kalei Auelua and defensive back Bryan Harper.
Texas added kicker Nick Jordan to their upcoming class.
Running back Joe Riddle pulled the trigger on a commitment to Maryland.
Tags: Al Golden, Alabama, Alex Kozan, Arkansas, Auburn, Brandon Holifield, Bryan Harper, David Smith, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Greg Garmon, Greyson Lambert, Illinois, Jalin Marshall, Joe Riddle, Kalei Auelua, Lamarlin Wiggins, LSU, Maryland, Maurice Fleming Jr., Miami, Nebraska, Nick Jordan, Notre Dame, Reggie NOrthrup, South Carolina, Taylor Lagace, Texas, USF, Vadal Alexander, Washington
Posted on: June 27, 2011 5:36 pm
Edited on: July 1, 2011 11:31 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
It's the final week in June and as the temperature gauge continues to rise and we move into July, it's time to see how schools are building their recruiting class of 2012. Today we'll take a look at the verbal commitments for the ACC, where most of the conference has gone over the double-digit commitment mark.
Boston College (4)
Offensive lineman Jim Cashman (Haddonfield, N.J.)
Tight end Sam Grant (North Royalton, Ohio)
Offensive lineman Win Homer (Christchurch, Va.)
Linebacker Tim Joy (North Chelmsford, Mass.)
Offensive lineman Frank Taylor (Warminster, Pa.)
Defensive lineman Martin Aiken (Bamberg, S.C.)
Defensive back Travis Blanks (Tallahassee, Fla.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Athlete Zac Brooks (Jonesboro, Ark.)
Linebacker T.J. Burrell (Goose Creek, S.C.)
Offensive lineman Patrick Destefano (Roebuck, S.C.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Defensive back Ronald Geohaghan (Fairfax, S.C.)
Offensive lineman Jay Guillermo (Marryville, Tenn.)
Athlete Germone Hopper (Charlotte, N.C.)
Quarterback Chad Kelly (Buffalo, N.Y.)
Defensive end Shaquille Lawson (Central, S.C.)
Kicker Bradley Pinion (Concord, N.C.)
Defensive back Cordrea Tankersley (Aiken, S.C.)
Tight end Daniel Beilinson (Cary, N.C.)
Offensive lineman Casey Blaser (Charlotte, N.C.)
Defensive end Allen Jackson (Owings Mills, Md.)
Kicker Ross Martin (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio)
Wide receiver Max McCaffrey (Highlands Ranch, Colo.)
Defensive back Dwayne Norman (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Wide receiver Erich Schneider (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.)
Offensive lineman Tanner Stone (Dallas, Texas)
Linebacker Deion Williams (Orange, Calif.)
Defensive end A.J. Wolfe (Tarrytown, N.Y.)
Defensive end Carlos Wray (Shelby, N.C.)
Florida State (13)
Kicker Roberto Aguayo (Groveland, Fla.)
Punter Cason Beatty (Charlotte, N.C.)
Athlete Chris Casher (Mobile, Ala.)
Defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. (Denton, Texas), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Linebacker Ukeme Eligwe (Stone Mountain, Ga.)
Defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Offensive lineman James Hamilton (Orlando, Fla.)
Tight end Christo Kourtzidis (Orange, Calif.)
Quarterback Sean Maguire (West Orange, N.J.)
Running back Mario Pender (Cape Coral, Fla.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey (De Funiak Springs, Fla.)
Offensive tackle Alphonse Taylor (Mobile, Ala.)
Defensive back P.J. Williams (Ocala, Fla.)
Georgia Tech (7)
Athlete Dennis Andrews (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Defensive tackle Pat Gamble (Carrollton, Ga.)
Defensive end Junior Gnonkonde (Lakeland, Ga.)
Defensive end Francis Kallon (Lawrenceville, Ga.)
Offensive lineman Chase Roberts (Norcross, Ga.)
Linebacker Tyler Stargel (Gulf Shores, Ala.)
Athlete Michael Summers (Statesboro, Ga.)
Defensive end Roman Braglio (Owings Mills, Md.)
Offensive lineman Nick Brigham (Atlanta, Ga.)
Linebacker Brock Dean (Harrisburg, Pa.)
Wide receiver Malcolm Culmer (Willingboro, N.J.)
Defensive back Alvin Hill (Locust Grove, Ga.)
Quarterback Perry Hills (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Wide receiver A.J. Liddell (Douglasville, Ga.)
Offensive lineman Mike Madaras (Olney, Md.)
Athlete Joe Riddle (Frederick, Md.)
Quarterback Caleb Rowe (Greer, S.C.)
Linebacker Keith Brown (Miami, Fla.)
Wide receiver Jontavious Carter (Cordele, Fla.)
Quarterback Gray Crow (Clearwater, Fla.)
Defensive back Vernon Davis (Miami, Fla.)
Quarterback Preston Dewey (Austin, Texas)
Offensive lineman Ereck Flowers (Miami, Fla.)
Defensive end Jelani Hamilton (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Defensive end Dwayne Hoilett (Vero Beach, Fla.)
Defensive back Larry Hope (Miami, Fla.)
Wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis (Wellington, Fla.)
Running back Randy "Duke" Johnson (Miami, Fla.)
Wide receiver D'Mauri Jones (Leesburg, Fla.)
Linebacker Raphael Kirby (Stone Mountain, Ga.)
Defensive back Amos "A.J." Leggett (Miami, Fla.)
Defensive end Jake O'Donnell (Doylestown, Pa.)
Defensive end Trent Taylor (Lakeland, Fla.)
Quarterback David Thompson (Miami, Fla.)
North Carolina (10)
Athlete Kedrick Davis (Charlotte, N.C.)
Defensive back Nate Dortch (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Tight end Terrance Knox (Concord, N.C.)
Linebacker Dan Mastromatteo (Absecon, N.J.)
Tight end Justin Meredith (Anderson, S.C.)
Defensive tackle J.J. Patterson (Roanoke Rapids, N.C.)
Linebacker Shakeel Rashad (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Quarterback Patton Robinette (Maryville, Tenn.)
Linebacker Christian Russell (Chatham, Va.)
Athlete Phillip Williamson (Durham, N.C.)
N.C. State (4)
Defensive back Niles Clark (Marietta, Ga.)
Wide receiver Xavier Griffin (Newark, Del.)
Defensive back Josh Sessoms (Bailey, N.C.)
Defensive back James Summers (Greensboro, N.C.)
Defensive back Demeitre Brim (Lakeland, Fla.)
Athlete Maurice Canady (Richmond, Va.)
Offensive lineman Tyrell Chavis (Richmond, Va.)
Offensive lineman Ryan Doull (Fork Union, Va.)
Linebacker Mark Hall (Virginia Beach, Va.)
Quarterback Matt Johns (Warrington, Pa.)
Offensive lineman Michael Mooney (Malvern, Pa.)
Linebacker Kwontie Moore (Norfolk, Va.)
Defensive end Michael Moore (Hyattsville, Md.), Tom Lemming Top 100 for 2012 member
Athlete Max Valles (Hammonton, N.J.)
Athlete Wilfred Wahee (Norfolk, Va.)
Virginia Tech (12)
Running back J.C. Coleman (Chesapeake, Va.)
Wide receiver Desmond Frye (Chester, Va.)
Athlete Der'Woun Greene (Portsmouth, Va.)
Tight end Dakota Jackson (Roanoke, Va.)
Defensive end Jarontay Jones (Stone Mountain, Ga.)
Defensive back Donaldven Manning (Miami, Fla.)
Linebacker Dahman McKinnon (Hope Mills, N.C.)
Athlete Brenden Motley (Christianburg, Va.)
Athlete Mario Nixon (Norfolk, Va.)
Defensive back Donovan Riley (Norfolk, Va.)
Defensive back Davion Tookes (Fairburn, Ga.)
Offensive lineman Jack Willenbrock (Exton, Pa.)
Wake Forest (3)
Tight end Anthony Rook (Greenville, N.C.)
Offensive lineman Joel Suggs (Randleman, N.C.)
Defensive back LaRonji Vason (Prattville, Ala.)
Tags: A.J. Leggett, A.J. Liddell, A.J. Wolfe, ACC, ACC Commit List, Allen Jackson, Alphonse Taylor, Alvin Hill, Angelo Jean-Louis, Angelo Jean-Louis, Anthony Rook, Boston College, Bradley Pinion, Brenden Motley, Brock Dean, Caleb Rowe, Carlos Wray, Casey Blaser, Cason Beatty, Chad Kelly, Chase Roberts, Chris Casher, Christian Russell, Christo Kourtzidis, Clemson, Cordrea Tankersley, D'Mauri Jones, Dahman McKinnon, Dakota Jackson, Dalvon Stuckey, Dan Mastromatteo, Dan Mastromatteo, Daniel Beilinson, Dante Fowler Jr., David Thompson, Davion Tookes, Deion Williams, Demeitre Brim, Dennis Andrews, Der'Woun Greene, Desmond Frye, Donaldven Manning, Donovan Riley, Duke, Duke Johnson, Dwayne Hoilett, Dwayne Norman, Ereck Flowers, Ereck Flowers, Erich Schneider, Florida State, Francis, Frank Taylor, Georgia Tech, Germone Hopper, Gray Crow, J.C. Coleman, J.J. Patterson, Jack Willenbrock, Jake O'Donnell, James Hamilton, James Summers, Jarontay Jones, jay Guillermo, Jelani Hamilton, Jim Cashman, Joe Riddle, Joel Suggs, Jontavious Carter, Josh Seeoms, June Commitment List, Junior Gnonkonde, Justin Meredith, Justin Meredith, Kallon, Kedrick Davis, Keith Brown, Kwontie Moore, LaRonji Vason, Larry Hope, Malcolm Culmer, Mario Edwards Jr., Mario Nixon, Mario Pender, Mark Hall, Martin Aiken, Maryland, Matt Johns, Maurice Canady, Max McCaffrey, Max Valles, Miami, Michael Mooney, Michael Moore, Mike Madaras, Mmichael Summers, N.C. State, Nate Dortch, Nick Brigham, Niles Clark, North Carolina, P.J. Williams, Pat Gamble, Patrick Destefano, Patton Robinette, Perry Hills, Phillip Williamson, Phillip Williamson, Preston Dewey, Raphael Kirby, Raphael Kirby, Roberto Aguayo, Roman Braglio, Ronald Geohaghan, Ross Martin, Ryan Doull, Sam Grant, Sean Maguire, Sean Maguire, Shakeel Rashad, Shaquille Lawson, T.J. Burrell, Tanner Stone, Terrance Knox, Terrance Knox, Tim Joy, Travis Blanks, Trent Taylor, Tyler Stargel, Tyrell Chavis, Ukeme Eligwe, Ukeme Eligwe, Vernon Davis, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Wilfred Wahee, Win Homer, Xavier Griffin, Zac Brooks