This weekend’s report is highlighted by a visit to Mississippi State, a scholarship offer from Oregon and another offer from rival Oregon State.

There’s also a pair of ACC offers coming from former Big East rivals Miami (FL) and Boston College.


The 2018 prospect took a trip to Starkville over the weekend following an offer from Arkansas this past Wednesday.

Williams shared his impressions of the visit which included time spent with the Bulldogs’ defensive secondary coach and recruiting coordinator Terrell Buckley.

“It was very good,” said the cornerback. “First was meeting with coach Buckley and seeing the facilities and the weight program.”

Williams had made a visit to Alabama this past November and also holds offers from Tennessee, Ole Miss and Memphis.


Since landing an offer from Georgia in late January, Rogers added two more over the weekend from both Miami and Oregon.

The quarterback described his impressions of the Ducks’ coaching staff in one phrase:

“Great coaches.”

Rogers took a trip to TCU’s Junior Day on January 29 after receiving a visit from Tennessee quarterbacks coach Mike Canales the previous week, following an offer from the Volunteers on November 30.

He also holds offers from the Horned Frogs, Louisville, UNC, Ole Miss, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Arkansas, Houston, FAU, Kentucky, Louisiana Tech and Louisiana-Lafayette.


Hall fielded offers from Oregon State and Boston College over the weekend.

The 2018 prospect provided hisΒ thoughts on the Beavers.

“They are in the process of rebuilding, but they signed some guys in the 2017 class that I know can help change that program around fast,” Hall said. “And as far as the coaches, they are honest to me. I can tell they want the best for their players.”

Recruiting has recently gained momentum for the wide receiver beginning in early December with scholarship offers from Southern Cal, Nebraska, UCLA, Oregon, Louisville and Hawaii.

Author: The Subway Alum

Helping the greats be great, and the unnoticed, get noticed! Iowa Hawkeye Class Of 2005 - Daily Iowan Sports Department - Over A Decade Of Covering, Reporting, Writing and Scouting Sports Throughout The Midwest.

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