Recruiting Rumor Mill: The latest hangout from RCS in Atlanta

The Rival Camp Series This stops in Atlanta last weekend and many top regional prospects were present. Here are the latest news and notes from analysts Adam Friedman, Ryan Wright, Jade Mess And Eric Lamars In this week’s recruiting rumor mill.

Arkansas is doing a really good job of hiring Smith at the moment. Razorbacks has a lot of communication and he has built a really strong relationship with the coaches. UCF, where his teammate Troy Ford is committed, wants him badly. Ohio State did offer but Buckeyes kept tabs on the right. He will be visiting the Columbus campus this summer with Arkansas and Miami. He’s not going to promise soon.

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Michigan State (June 3-5), Arkansas (June 10-12), Louisville (June 17-19), and Miami (June 24-26) will receive official visits from Sankar throughout the month of June. Georgia, Ole Miss and North Carolina may also receive unofficial tours from him next month. He is not claiming a choice at the moment, but a promise could come soon after his visit ends in June. Sankar wants to be committed before this season so the July promise is likely.

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South Carolina, Florida State, Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech all hit the right buttons with Shiver. Vanderbilt has done a good job of building a strong relationship with Shivers and they will take him to campus on June 17 for an official visit. He is looking to Florida State for an official visit this season. South Carolina will probably receive an official visit at some point. He doesn’t want to be committed until the end of the season.

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Clemson (June 3), Auburn (June 10), Florida (June 17) and Florida State (June 24) will host Fock for an official tour next month. It’s a tough race to find but Fok is waiting for these tours to help him figure everything out. Mike Norwell Florida State has done well with Fock but Clemson, Auburn and Florida are ready to put their best foot down for the talented pass racer. Look for Faulk to announce a promise in July.

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Birdsong is working hard to prepare physically for the next level and this has impressed many coaches. Notre Dame, Ole Miss and Mississippi State are following him extensively. Ole Miss, North Carolina, Ohio State and Georgia have already hosted her this offseason, but look for her this summer on a trip to Jackson State, Clemson and Alabama.

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Brown is not in a hurry to make a decision, but there are several programs to monitor his appointment. Georgia, Tennessee, Clemson, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan State, and Oklahoma are some of the schools that have worked well with him so far, but Texas A&M, Michigan State, NC State, and Notre Dame may be added to the list after visiting. Points this summer. Georgia, Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma are some of the schools that Brown got to visit earlier this spring. Brown was in Georgia again this past Saturday and he cited “the authenticity of travel” as one of the more memorable aspects of his recent trip. Don’t expect Brown to make a decision for at least a year now.

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The recruitment process has only just begun for Brooks, a 2025 offensive lineman. Her first offer came from Georgia on February 20 and since then she has received offers from Ole Miss, Penn State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Auburn and LSU, Tennessee has hired her strictly. The 6-foot-7, 349-pound offensive lineman likes Ole Miss a bit because his “blind side” nickname stems from his resemblance to Michael O’Hara. LSU is already on the inspection list for this summer.

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Michigan State, Kentucky and South Carolina are the most important programs for Green. He has a strong bond with the defensive line coach Marco Coleman, Who offered him at Notre Dame. In the case of Kentucky and South Carolina, the application to play in the SEC is also seen. Green is camping in Clemson and Ohio State this summer with the goal of earning an offer.

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Among the standouts is an SEC feel for Henderson’s hiring with Texas A&M, Auburn, Arkansas and Georgia. Georgia offered him more than a year ago, a long-term bond he appreciates and there is a very strong relationship with him Scott Kochran. Miami and Cincinnati are also in the mix. Hurricanes and Bearcats will visit North Carolina, Arkansas and LSU this summer.

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Many programs are hiring Matthews as security. That list includes the state of Ohio, which Matthews called “where I can make money” because of Ohio State’s tradition of sending defensive backs to the NFL. Oklahoma, Georgia, Auburn and Notre Dame are also in the mix. Clemson did the same, though the Tigers have yet to make an offer.

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The 2024 signal caller from Alabama won the quarterback MVP honor at the Atlanta Camp. Auburn, Georgia Tech, Oregon and Florida State have all offered and are following suit. The other two McClellan recruiting programs are Georgia and Alabama. No one has offered, but they will host McClellan for camp this summer. If one or both schools offer, it makes sense that the school would likely rise to the top of McClellan’s recruitment.

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Smith has exploded in the recruitment scene this spring. He added offers from Kentucky, UCF, Tennessee, Nebraska and Iowa State. The linebacker outside of 2024 is a name to keep an eye on in the summer because he camps in big schools and potentially takes offers.

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Hall, a future Michigan Wolverine, announced his commitment at the end of March and remained loyal Jim Harbagh And his staff. Running back coach Mike Hart Her commitment played a big role in her decision and Hart still insists on how important Hall is to their class. Although Hall has no intention of changing his promise, he kept the door open for a possible tour of Miami down the street. If he looks at another school, Hurricanes will be in a better position to quickly get his attention.

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Georgia fans may be concerned about their verbally committed 2023 offensive lineman. McElderry locked in with the Bulldogs on November 30, but all employers are doing what they should be doing, and that is to explore alternatives. McElderry has an official set with Georgia on June 17, but will first stop in Auburn May 27-29 and then June 24-26 in Tennessee.

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It would be wise for college teams to jump on the bandwagon as soon as possible. The weakness of the McClellan school is more visible than part of a top FBS recruitment with top offensive linemen on Sunday. Gentleman has reported seven offers and that list is sure to grow with planned camps in Michigan and Tennessee this summer. The Stanford Gentleman had the most recent offer, and the three-star will be back for the Cardinals this summer.

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Teams have made about 20 offers to Gadson, and now with official visits around the corner, the process has become more serious. Florida State and Minnesota are the two teams that jumped early. Gadson reports that the coaching staff at both the Seminoles and the Goffers are doing a great job recruiting him, which has led to an impressive summer tour. No other competitor has been split, but the Savannah area prospect has offers from Georgia, Indiana, Louisville and Tennessee that could play a factor in his final decision.

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From an external point of view, Lewis is considered a fan of ACC. Putting aside the SEC and Big Ten offers, it is currently focusing on Lewis Pitt, North Carolina and Boston College. The official visit is scheduled for June with each program. No other trips have been planned so far.

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Before taking RCS to Atlanta through the storm, four-star defensive backs eliminated Clemson, Oregon, USC, Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State, Michigan, Texas A&M listed top schools. With time being a factor, Pac-12 gets its first chance to impress the nation by planning official trips to USC and Oregon. Aggies could get Roswell chances this fall for a game day experience.

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The 2024 Alabama lineman has four initial offers but plans to be active on the camp circuit this summer. Programs about playing defense are coming to the 6-foot-4 lineman, and this year Sanders will be playing on both sides of the ball for the first time in his career. Auburn, Florida, UCF, Mississippi State and Alabama should all have potential versatile linemen on campus this summer.

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The joiner went ahead and committed early with the state Tigers as he wanted to be able to focus fully on his senior season and work on getting his body fit for the next level which has already forced him to lose 30 pounds since last season. Auburn has backed off from other programs trying to get him to look around. It is said that the 10-plus programs are working on the participant to check them out but he is completely stuck in his promise.

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Kendall moved to Lausanne after last football season and they don’t have spring balls like other Tennessee high schools but that didn’t stop him from taking interest in various college programs. Kendall, who currently holds five offers, regularly listens to programs from Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, SMU and Mississippi State. Kendall plans to hit the camp circuit in June and will start at the gate with Alabama.

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Miles has a double digit offer and no official visit is currently set up, but plans to add to that list this summer. Vanderbilt, Northwestern, NC State, Mississippi State and Nebraska are all heavily in touch with the Alabama defensive back and only Vanderbilt has offered so far, Miles plans to join the camp in all those programs that could potentially blend in with everyone. .

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Boley already has six offers but the number only seems to be growing for the young 6-foot-5 quarterback with a big hand. Tennessee, Alabama and Purdue all came through his high school last month to see him in person, and Kentucky, Cincinnati and Louisville will all come to test him this week. Boli has a busy spring tour and will have a busy summer camp schedule as she plans to travel to Clemson, Alabama, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Florida State and Florida.

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Copeland has only one offer but that number could increase in the summer. Copeland recently ran 4.440 and reportedly heard from programs like Troy, UCF, West Virginia and Coastal Carolina. As interest grows, Copeland plans to camp this summer and with other programs.

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