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Christian Green

Posted Feb 3, 2010


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Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 6:00 PM ET

The nation's top prospect, Seantrel Henderson, signed with USC over OHIO ST, MIA and ND.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 5:00 PM ET

And then there was one…

With the commitment of Pittsburg (Cal.) safety Erick Dargan to Oregon, there is now just one uncommitted prospect in the Scout300 who is expected to sign today. But that one player is the nation's top prospect according to Scout.com - Seantrel Henderson. Some major waiting going on at Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and USC for the big fella from Minnesota.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 4:36 PM ET

Dietrich Riley, from La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis picked UCLA over USC, LSU and Notre Dame.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 4:15 PM ET

Scout.com was on hand live for coverage of the press conference at Tampa Catholic High just a little while ago. Fives star wide receiver Christian Green, rated the state's top prospect by Scout, chose Florida State over Georgia. A longtime FSU fan, Green (6-2/190) was expected to ink with the Noles from day one. Teammate, four star offensive lineman Chaz Green, picked the Gators over Tennessee, Ohio State, and USC. At 6-5 and 280 pounds, Green was strongly considering Tennessee until Lane Kiffin left. That opened the door for the Gators and they took full advantage of it.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 4:00 PM ET

Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral cornerback Anthony Jefferson just picked UCLA over Arizona and Oregon, the fourth Signing Day announcement for the Bruins.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 3:40 PM ET

In what some consider the West Coast shocker of the day thus far, four-star California linebacker Josh Shirley signed with UCLA over USC. "I just feel UCLA is the place for me," he said.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 3:23 PM ET

Palmdale (Calif.) Highland tight end Christian Thomas just announced for USC, over Miami, Oregon and Oregon State. He becomes the third top-ten tight end in the country to commit to the Trojans, joining Xavier Grimble (Las Vegas Bishop Gorman) and Randall Telfer (Rancho Cucamonga).


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 3:10 PM ET

The four-star offensive lineman from Fullerton (Calif.) College, John Cullen, just announced he's going to Utah over Tennessee and USC.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 3:03 PM ET

Meadowbrook (Va.) four-star offensive tackle Morgan Moses originally committed to Virginia early last season, but after a year at Fork Union Military Academy Moses began to rethink his decision after the firing of Cavliers head coach Al Groh. It was thought by many that Moses was headed to Ohio State, but the hard work of new Virginia head coach Mike London and his staff paid off as Moses signed his letter of intent and becomes the centerpiece of London's first Virginia recruiting class.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 2:58 PM ET

Tallahassee native C.J. Mizell a four star outside linebacker, who signed with Florida State a year ago, will be playing in the Pac-10, signing with Washington State on Wednesday.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 2:38 PM ET

Scout.com five star defensive end Owamagbe Odighizuwa, from Portland, Ore., is signing with UCLA over Nebraska.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 2:15 PM ET

Four star safety Demar Dorsey has signed with Michigan over Florida, Florida State and USC.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:45 PM ET

Honolulu (Hawaii) Farrington linebacker V.J. Fehoko chose Utah over Utah State this morning.


Posted by:  Shea Dixon, TigerSportsDigest.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:40 PM ET

The announcement of Ego Ferguson to LSU was the fourth new commitment of the day for the Tiger staff.


Posted by:  Mario Gomez, CalSportsDigest.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:30 PM ET

With Gabe King’s flight from Washington, D.C delayed, the press conference for five-star safety Keenan Allen and Chris McCain went on as planned without King present. Originally, all three were supposed to announce their intention to play college football at California at the same time. Allen and McCain signed and faxed their National Letter of Intent at 8:15 a.m. PT. King’s came shortly after at 8:45. Joining the trio, is Allen’s half brother quarterback Zach Maynard. He left Buffalo after head coach Turner Gill took the job at Kansas. He becomes the sixth quarterback on the Bears roster.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:04 PM ET

Ricky Heimuli, a four star defensive tackle from Brighton (Utah) just picked Oregon over UCLA and Utah at a press conference at his high school.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:50 PM ET

Five star defensive end prospect Corey Lemonier (Hialeah, Fla) just announced his decision to attend Auburn. He picked the Tigers over Florida State after taking visits to those two programs along with Tennessee, LSU, and Illinois. At 6-4 and 225 pounds, the Under Armour All-American is a big get for the Tigers in south Florida.

Three star defensive tackle Calvin Smith (Hialeah, Fla) just pulled a surprise by selecting New Mexico over Florida State. We reported in this blog yesterday that it was down to those two. He also took visits to Illinois, Alabama, and Tennessee. Smith, 6-foot-3 and 285 pounds, is a solid pickup for Mike Locksley's program.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:34 PM ET

Talked to Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure head coach Todd Therrian and Giovanni Di Poalo has sent his NLI to USC this morning, sticking with the Trojans over UCLA.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:32 PM ET

With his teammate Eric Bennett already sporting an Arkansas jersey, four star defensive tackle Calvin Barnett from Booker T. Washington (Okla.) switched his commitment from Oklahoma State to the Razorbacks moments ago at a press conference in Tulsa.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:26 PM ET

Three star defensive end Delvin Jones (Miami, Fla/Palmetto) just signed with Ole Miss. A one time Tennessee commitment, Jones made his final decision today after going through the entire recruiting process without taking any visits due to a lack of test score.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:18 PM ET

Three star tight end prospect Asante Cleveland has signed with Miami, according to his coaches at Christian Brothers. Cleveland, whose father played in the NFL, was originally committed to Washington State but was offered by Miami at the end of the season. He visited the Canes two weeks ago. At 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, he was rated by Scout as one of the top tight end prospects on the West Coast.


Posted by:  Scott Kennedy, Director of Scouting
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:10 PM ET

Andrew Jackson, a 6-3/210 pounds wide receiver from Santa Fe Spring, Calif., has come full circle after almost having lost his leg in a car accident as a freshman. Jackson signed a football scholarship with Portland State today.


Posted by:  Matt Alkire, Scout.com Northwest analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:05 PM ET

Björn Werner, a 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive end from Salisbury School in Salisbury, Conn., just committed to Florida State and Scout.com spoke to him on Tuesday night to get some quotes on why he chose the Seminoles.

“It really came down to Florida State and Oregon in the end and the environment down there in Tallahassee really won me over to be honest with you,” Werner said. “Another thing about Florida State I really liked was that not only do they have a defensive line coach, but they specifically have a defensive end’s coach and that’s where I wanted to be. A lot of schools wanted me to play defensive tackle, but I have always wanted to just play strong side end in college.”


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:42 AM ET

Though he has a press conference set to start any minute, St. Xavier (Ohio) offensive lineman Matt James already faxed his letter-of-intent in to Notre Dame.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:36 AM ET

Recruiting definitely has its twists and turns. And if you need proof look no further than Corey Nelson, one of the top linebackers in the country, who has been pulled a number of different ways during the recruiting process. Nelson, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound five star linebacker from Skyline High in Dallas, Texas had originally planned to sign with Texas A&M. But after hosting the Oklahoma coaching staff last Thursday night he decided to switch his commitment from Texas A&M to OU at a signing announcement ceremony at Skyline.


Posted by:  Kevin Kinder, BlueGoldNews.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:30 AM ET

West Virginia has received an signed letter of intent from U.S. Army All-American and four-star wide receiver Ivan McCartney from Miramar (Fla.). "Sticks" chose the Mountaineers over Florida and Miami. The Mountaineers also received a much needed boost when they received the signed letter of intent of Belle Galde (Fla.) three-star safety Travis Bell who was considering Marshall among others.


Posted by:  Andrew Bone, Scout.com Southeast analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:30 AM ET

James Stone just announced his commitment to Tennessee over Alabama at a press conference at his high school in Nashville. "I have a good feeling that they are going to be going in a positive direction," said Stone.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:25 AM ET

Three star defensive end Delvin Jones (Miami, Fla/Palmetto) was set to announce and sign at around 9:30 this morning. He still hasn't signed with anyone yet. Once a Tennessee commitment, Jones was expected to sign with Ole Miss earlier today. He didn't take any recruiting visits because he didn't have a test score to report. We will continue to monitor the situation.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:20 AM ET

Some major changes going on throughout the day on the Scout.com Team Rankings. Make sure to keep up with where you favorite team stands!


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com North manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:12 AM ET

As expected, Baltimore (Md.) City College four-star wide receiver Adrian Coxson has pledged his services to the Florida Gators. Coxson, was once committed to Penn State, but both parties moved in different directions and Coxson is now headed to Gainesville.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 11:05 AM ET

Huntington Beach (Calif.) Edison linebacker Jordan Zumwalt, the 9th ranked linebacker in the country by Scout.com, and a longtime commit to Stanford, has picked UCLA this morning.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:45 AM ET

The press conference for safety Keenan Allen and defensive end Christian McCain went on without expected third participant Gabe King, and with the first two announcing for Cal.


Posted by:  Kevin Seely, BigRedReport.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:36 AM ET

Just received a text from Corey Cooper, four star safety from Proviso East (Ill.) ... "It's the Huskers," said Cooper in the text.


Posted by:  Richie Barnes, Noledigest.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:30 AM ET

As expected, Christian Jones is a Seminole. After a long recruitment full of rumors and speculation, the suspense, or lack there of, is finally over. Wednesday morning, Christian Jones announced alongside his parents that he will follow the path paved by his family and play college football for the Florida State Seminoles.


Posted by:  Andrew Bone, Scout.com Southeast analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:20 AM ET

Shon Coleman, Scout.com four-star offensive tackle from Olive Branch, Miss., faxed his letter of intent to Auburn this morning, teammate Damien Robinson picked Mississippi State, and the Bulldogs picked up another Conquistador earlier this morning when Robinson's teammate Eric Lawson defected from his long time to commitment to Texas Tech and signed with Mississippi State.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:15 AM ET

Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne safety Sean Parker, as we predicted on Monday morning, had committed to Washington, choosing the Huskies over USC and Michigan moments ago.


Posted by:  Don Callahan, InsideCarolina.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:10 AM ET

Ethan Farmer, a three star defensive tackle from South Columbus (N.C.) just announced for North Carolina over Clemson.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:07 AM ET

The announcement for five star safety Keenan Allen from Northern Guilford (N.C.) is currently on a delay as Gabe King's flight from Washington, D.C., is also delayed. Allen, King, and Christian McCain, and Oregon commit, are expected to announce for the Cal Bears.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:05 AM ET

Colorado lost one of its best recruits to Cincinnati as quarterback Munchie Legaux from Edna Karr (La.) signed with the Bearcats.


Posted by:  Dave Berk, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 10:00 AM ET

Terry Talbott chose Michigan over North Carolina after going back-and-forth over both of them for over half an hour and signed with the Wolverines along with his brother Terrence Talbott.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:57 AM ET

Da'Rick Rogers change from a Georgia commitment to a Tennessee signee is now complete as he signed the papers at a press conference a few moments ago as his coach announced that the Calhoun five-star receiver would be going to play for the Vols with teammate and quarterback Nash Nance.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:50 AM ET

Long time Oklahoma commitment Jarrett Lake, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound linebacker from Jenks High has signed a letter of intent with Arkansas. This was a stunning development as OU stood by his commitment even though he was ruled ineligible to play football in high school by the OSSAA for violating a dual-residency rule.


Posted by:  Dean Legge, Dawgpost.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:50 AM ET

Michael Thornton, a four star defensive tackle from Stephenson (Ga.), just donned a Georgia hat and jacket in picking the Bulldogs. "I felt like it was best place for me, and they are going to have number 56 ready for me," said Thornton.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:45 AM ET

Three star wide receiver Sean Tapley was one of the first commitments to South Carolina, but the athlete from Raines (Fla.) signed with North Carolina this morning. Casey Turner, a running back also from the Jacksonville area, decommitted from the Tar Heels and signing with his original commitment of Rutgers.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:30 AM ET

Three star linebacker Ralph Williams (Miami, Fla/Southridge) has signed with Ole Miss, according to one of his coaches. Williams originally committed to Tennessee but backed off that decision when Lane Kiffin and his staff left for USC. Williams is one of several south Florida players headed to Ole Miss this year.


Posted by:  Kevin Carden, SCPlaybook.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:27 AM ET

USC picked up another four star player with JUCO linebacker Glen Stanley from Eastern Arizona C.C. "When I went on my visit I had a really good time. I loved a lot about California," Stanley said after his announcement. "I loved the coaches and I fell in love with Southern California.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:20 AM ET

We're still hearing Baltimore (Md.) City College four-star wide receiver Adrian Coxson will likely be sending his LOI to Urban Meyer and the Florida Gators over Georgia and West Virginia. Things could change, but that would be a huge boost to the Gators as the race for the top recruiting class in the nation winds down today. Coxson will announce at 11:00 a.m. --Bob Lichtenfels/Scout.com


Posted by:  Dean Legge, Dawgpost.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:10 AM ET

Three star wide receiver Jordan Akins was expected to pick Georgia this morning at a press conference, but the Union Grove (Ga.) athlete instead picked Central Florida, where he officially visited over the weekend.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:05 AM ET

Looks like J.C. Copeland is going to LSU and according to Troup County coaches, he either has or will sign with LSU this morning instead of Tennessee.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 9:00 AM ET

Some major announcements set to come this hour including Keenan Allen, Da'Rick Rogers, Delvin Jones, Ivan McCartney, and Sean Parker.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 8:55 AM ET

Three star tight end Danny Foose from Paramus Catholic (N.J.), previously an Illinois commitment signed with Florida State this morning. According to NoleDigest.com's Nate Greer, Foose flipped his commitment to the Seminoles at 1:30 this morning.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 8:52 AM ET

Three star defensive tackle prospect Todd Chandler (Miami, Fla/Northwestern) ended an eventful recruiting process this morning when he sent in scholarship papers to the University of South Florida. Chandler, an Under Armour All-American, committed in 2008 to Miami. When the Canes stopped recruiting him a few months ago, USF became a legitimate option for him. He also took recruiting visits to Louisville, Syracuse, and Colorado State with his final choice coming down to USF and Louisville. The Bulls won out for the big man.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 8:33 AM ET

Scout.com four star wide receiver Markeith Ambles picked USC and stuck with Lane Kiffen after he committed to Tennessee while Kiffen was the head coach at Tennessee. "USC has always been my dream school," said Ambles on Fox 5 Atlanta after putting on the USC hat.


Posted by:  Shea Dixon, TigerSportsDigest.com
at Wed 2/3/2010 8:25 AM ET

Four star wide receiver Kadron Boone made it official and signed with LSU this morning after being committed to Texas Tech for much of the year. "I felt it was going to be LSU when I took my official visit and I am happy to be a LSU Tiger now," said Boone.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 8:20 AM ET

It looks as if longtime Oklahoma State commitment Scout.com four star defensive tackle Calvin Barnett will indeed be signing with the Arkansas Razorbacks this morning at 11:00am. Barnett, who starred in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl was the most highly ranked recruit on the OSU list and will be the most highly ranked player on the UofA list should the switch really go down as planned.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East manager
at Wed 2/3/2010 2:00 AM ET

Mother Nature has decided to get in on the signing day action with a winter storm that is hammering parts of the Northeast. Several schools in Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia and Eastern Pennsylvania are cancelling school for Wednesday or having two-hour delays which may throw a wrench in the works for signing day press conferences and delays the receiving of faxes from a lot of players in those areas. We'll update the announcements and signings in those areas as soon as we can.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:30 AM ET

California four-star linebacker Hayes Pullard from Crenshaw High in Los Angeles has decided that he will sign with USC instead of UCLA. Until just recently, the Bruins have long been considered the school Pullard would choose.


Posted by:  Chris Fetters, Scout.com Northwest analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 1:15 AM ET

Steve Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies have made a big run in Hawaii, snagging four recruits for signing day and possibly more: Hauoli Jamora (Kahuku), Micah Hatchie (Waialua), Taz Stevenson (Mililani) and Lawrence Lagafuaina ('Aiea) are all expected to sign with the Huskies in about seven hours.  And Sarkisian has been relentless, turning Hawaii recruit Cooper Pelluer - from Skyline High School in Sammamish, Wash. - toward the Dawgs with just a day to go.  And Scout.com learned Tuesday night that Washington and Washington State both tried to make a late push to get Hawaii commit Dee Maggitt, from Lakes High School in Lakewood, Wash., to stay closer to home.  But with just hours to go it appears right now like the Warriors have held off the Huskies and Cougars for Maggitt's signature.


Posted by:  Jason Jewell, Scout.com Southwest analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:30 PM ET

I reported earlier that three-star defensive end Jordan McDonald would weigh his options between Arizona State and Fresno State. He has decided to stick with his commitment to ASU. He confirmed that with Scout.com tonight.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Wed 2/3/2010 12:00 AM ET

Four star safety Demar Dorsey (Lauderdale Lakes, Fla/Boyd Anderson) made a very early commitment to Florida but backed off that decision and took a few late recruiting trips to Michigan, Florida State, and USC. Michigan appears to be on the outside looking in. Florida's out. He's expected to choose between FSU and USC and while talk has him going to FSU, we're hearing the Trojans have a much better chance here than people think. It's more of a toss-up going into tomorrow.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 11:30 PM ET

Rutgers continues to close strong as they landed Tampa (Fla.) Leto three-star safety Jeremy Deering who according to ScarletReport.com publisher Brian Dohn chose the Scarlet Knights over Florida State.

It is looking as though New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford Academy four-star safety Todd Thomas will still sign his letter of intent with Pittsburgh, but he won't be able to enroll until the summer term and will miss spring practice. Thomas is still working on academic issues.--Bob Lichtenfels/Scout.com


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 11:20 PM ET

Auburn looks to be in good shape with Shon Coleman. Ole Miss made a run, Alabama caught his attention for a couple of weeks, and Miami tried to get in there, but look for Coleman to stay with the Tigers on Wednesday.

One time Tennessee commitment Delvin Jones will likely stay in the SEC, but it will not be in Knoxville. It looks like the Florida linebacker will be playing in the SEC West at Ole Miss. Look for Jones to sign with the Rebels on Signing Day.

One of the quietest prospects out there in 2010 was Damien Robinson and it looks like he will end up staying in state. Memphis made a strong push for him and had him on campus a week ago, but Mississippi State looks to be in very good position to land this big offensive tackle.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 11:00 PM ET

The same sources that tipped us that Harbor City (Cal.) Narbonne four-star safety Sean Parker has had a late change of heart and they feel he will likely pick Washington tomorrow over Michigan and USC. That is the latest at this time.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Tues 2/2/2010 10:30 PM ET

Florida cornerback Nickell Robey committed to USC tonight. The four-star speedster chose the Trojans over West Virginia. Robey was initially committed to Georgia but opened up his commitment in late November.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:50 PM ET

First it was 4pm, then 2pm and now Kadron Boone is set to announce at 7:45am Wednesday morning. Final two look to be LSU and Georgia. Look for Boone to sign with the Tigers.

Tennessee made a late move for James Stone and it looks good for the Vols as we close in on Signing Day. He will decide between Alabama and Tennessee and the Vols have the edge very late in the process.

Georgia Tech made a late run at Wake Forest commitment Brandon Terry. They recently offered him, but Terry informed Scout Tuesday night that he is sticking with the Demon Deacons.

It is still an Ole Miss-FSU battle for Vincent Sanders, but all signs point to Sanders staying home and playing for Houston Nutt. The Mississippi wide receiver seems to be leaning heavily towards the Rebels just hours away from Signing Day.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:45 PM ET

Three star tight end Asante Cleveland (Sacramento, Calif/Christian Brothers) has been committed to Washington State for several months but he took an official visit to Miami two weekends ago. Cleveland will announce his final decision between the two tomorrow around 8 am PST. We expect him to ink with the Canes.


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:40 PM ET

I see Ego Ferguson signing with LSU tomorrow, but his friendship with Seantrel Henderson could be a factor that might send both to Miami. An outside possibility for sure, but Ferguson's father is friends with Cane boss Randy Shannon, and Ego had a great visit to Miami, as did Seantrel Henderson. Florida State is also in the mix to land Ego. Getting the last visit used to be the best indicator of college choices, and it might prove true in this case.

Florida State is poised for a haul tomorrow. I see Christian Jones and Demar Dorsey signing with the Noles, and they should be adding Corey Lemonier also. If Lemonier doesn't sign with FSU, watch out for Auburn, who has quietly put together a nice class. The noles also have more than fighting chance to land Christian Green, assuming Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs don't steal Green in the final hour.


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:35 PM ET

Cinicnnati St. Xavier star offensive lineman Matt James is down to Ohio State and Notre Dame, and he visited Notre Dame last weekend. OSU was a clear leader heading into the visit, and James is extremely familiar with Brian Kelly from his UC days. Also very familiar with ND from previous visits. My guess is James still sees Ohio State as the best choice at the end of the day, and selects the Buckeyes.

Seantrel Henderson "should" be deciding between Ohio State and USC, and that appears to be a coin flip. But watch out for Randy Shannon and the Miami Hurricanes coming out of nowhere (seemingly) to land the Big Fella. Could Shannon have been in it all along, and the recruiting experts not know? Color me suspicious that the Miami visit popped up out of nowhere. The Canes landing Seantrel Henderson tomorrow would not shock me at all.


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:30 PM ET

Scout.com four-star Maryland cornerback Louis Young has decommitted from Stanford and will instead be signing tomorrow with Georgia Tech.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:15 PM ET

Hearing it is neck and neck between Auburn and FSU for Corey Lemonier. Some close to situation feel the Noles have the edge while others feel it is the Tigers. Auburn is still who I am going with in the end with somewhat of a steal out of the Sunshine State.

Darrin Kitchens emerged over the fall and it has turned into a Florida-Florida State battle. It looks like the scholarship will be there for him at UF and it looks like the Gators will get Kitchens on Wednesday.

Mack Brown has been committed to Florida since Friday Night Lights in July, but he still received three Letter of Intents today. He received one from Florida, Florida State, and Tennessee. Brown said he only needed to open one and most feel that will be the one from Urban Meyer, but keep an eye on the Noles here too.


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:00 PM ET

Michaelee Harris visited Central Florida last weekend and had a great visit. A last minute switch from Louisville to UCF would not be a shock to me.

Watch out for Christian Green to shock the world and possibly select Georgia over Florida State. DaRick Rogers heading to Tennessee opens up a shot for immediate playing time opposite A.J. Green.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 8:30 PM ET

Three star wide receiver Sean Tapley (Jacksonville, Fla/Raines) has been committed to South Carolina since his junior season but one of the schools he visited during the process was North Carolina. "It's between North Carolina and South Carolina," Tapley said Tuesday night and both schools have sent him papers. He's expected to announce at a 9:45 ceremony at his school.


Posted by:  Andrew Bone, Scout.com Southeast analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 7:48 PM ET

Arie Kouandjio, Scout.com four-star offensive tackle from Hyattsville-Dematha Catholic, Md., has given his commitment to the University of Alabama. Kouandjio chose the Tide over numerous scholarship offers including Southern Cal, New Mexico and Maryland.


Posted by:  Scott Kennedy, Director of Scouting
at Tues 2/2/2010 7:07 PM ET

Scout’s No. 1 running back Marcus Lattimore of Duncan, S.C. decided to stay close to home and play for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Lattimore is the 2nd top ranked running back to have chosen South Carolina since Scout’s first full year of ranking prospects. It was that first year in which Demetris Summers chose South Carolina. Lattimore is not saddled with many of the off the field issues that derailed Summers’ career and could step right in and make a big impact for the Gamecocks in 2010.


Posted by:  Allen Trieu, Scout.com Midwest Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 7:00 PM ET

The nation's #1 prospect, Seantrel Henderson makes his choice tomorrow. No official time has been set yet, but it is expected to be between 3-7pm. The finalists are USC, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Florida, Minnesota and Miami-FL. Going into tomorrow, the feeling is that the Buckeyes are the favorite.


Posted by:  Chris Fetters, Scout.com Northwest Analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 6:52 PM ET

New Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly is definitely working overtime to make sure his first Irish class allows the program to hit the ground running this fall. But interestingly enough, he's not hitting the normal Irish recruiting hot spots. Kelly recently dispatched assistant coach Mike Denbrock to Hawaii, and Denbrock may have come up with two more islanders to continue what Manti Te'o and Roby Toma started last year - a pipeline from South Bend to Aloha. Kahuku DE Kona Schwenke, long a BYU commit, changed his mind at the last minute and decided to take a visit to ND last weekend. He was joined by Punahou safety Jeremy Ioane, who played alongside Te'o and Toma last year with the Buff N' Blu. Ioane is set to sign with either ND, Washington or Boise State Wednesday morning, but the recruiting process may not be over for Schwenke. Washington is pushing hard for a post-signing day official visit, while other schools like Hawaii and West Virginia are trying to get back in the game. If Schwenke does sign on Wednesday, all signs are pointing to Touchdown Jesus. If he doesn't, it's a whole new ball game.


Posted by:  Alan Zepeda, Scout.com Texas Analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 6:48 PM ET

Cinco Ranch linebacker James Radcliffe and his coach, Donald Clayton, have confirmed that he will sign with Rice in the morning. They have sent out a picture of James signing his scholarship that will be faxed in the morning. (view image)

James Radcliffe with coaches
Some teams made a late run for Radcliffe but he will make it official in the morning.


Posted by:  Allen Trieu, Scout.com Midwest Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 6:37 PM ET

Proviso East (Ill.) four-star safety Corey Cooper makes his annoucement at 9am central tomorrow morning. The final four are Arizona, Illinois, Notre Dame and Nebraska. We still believe the Cornhuskers are the front runner, but there is a growing sentiment that he may stick with the Illini, who he committed to nearly a year ago.


Posted by:  Alan Zepeda, Scout.com Texas Analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 6:36 PM ET

Coach Mark Behrens of Sachse High School has confirmed that his star lineman, Kason Hostrup will sign with Kansas State in the morning.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 5:55 PM ET

Eureka (Calif.) fullback Soma Vainuku, ranked in the top 10 nationally at fullback, will not be deciding on Wednesday, and will instead wait for a week or two. Vainuku told us this morning that he will be taking an official visit to Oregon State this week or next, and will be announcing after that. Vainuku is considering the Beavers, Arizona State and USC primarily.


Posted by:  Dave Berk, Scout.com Midwest analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 5:49 PM ET

Scout.com 3-star quarterback Munchie Legaux of New Orleans, LA (Edna Karr Magnet School) who issued his verbal pledge to Colorado in November told Scout.com he took an official visit to Cincinnati last weekend and will pick between the two programs on Wednesday morning.


Posted by:  Josh Harvey, PonyStampede.com
at Tues 2/2/2010 4:53 PM ET

Three star Louie Swope has de-committed from SMU. He will be walking on at Texas A&M. SMU wanted him to greyshirt. Swope's older brother, Ryan, is a scholarhsip player for the Aggies.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 4:32 PM ET

Markeith Ambles looks to be down to North Carolina and USC. Alabama sent the scholarship papers to Henry County High School today according to his coach, but Ambles has not been in school the last two days due to the pressure of recruiting. He is now set to announce his decision live on T.V. Wednesday morning. It will be carried by FOX in Atlanta on Good Day Atlanta.


Posted by:  Dave Berk, Scout.com Midwest analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 4:23 PM ET

Alex Smith of Lakota West HS (West Chester, OH) will sign with Kentucky. New head coach Joker Phillips was the main factor in change.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 4:08 PM ET

"Nickell Robey is deciding between USC and West Virginia," said former Frostproof Head Coach Brad Metheny.

Robey was originally committed to the University of Georgia, but once Mark Richt let Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Coach Willie Martinez go, the 5-foot-7, 170 pound corner began to look around.

In recent weeks, he has visited both the Moutaineers and Trojans and according to Coach Metheny, he is down to those two.

Robey is expected to sign with one of these two schools Wednesday morning at 8:30am ET.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 3:30 PM ET

Ricky Heimuli, the top-10 ranked defensive tackle from Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton, will be announcing tomorrow, and we're hearing he's down to hometown Utah and UCLA.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 2:50 PM ET

Three star safety prospect Jeremy Deering (Tampa, Fla/Leto) is expected to announce his final decision tonight at 6 pm on local television. Deering has taken visits to Florida State, Rutgers, USF, and Florida, and has cut his list down to FSU and Rutgers. An excellent high school running back, Deering is expected to pick the Noles.

Four star outside linebacker Christian Jones (Winter Park, Fla/Lake Howell) is all set to make his announcement tomorrow at 10:30 am. The Under Armour All-American appears down to Florida State, Florida, Notre Dame, and possibly Oklahoma. He cancelled scheduled visits to Miami and USC. We expect Jones to ink with the school his father and brother played for -- Florida State.


Posted by:  Brian Dohn, ScarletReport.com
at Tues 2/2/2010 2:30 PM ET

Rutgers may have lagged on landing recruits during the season, but Scarlet Knights are making up for it in a big way with an outlandish flurry as Wednesday’s signing day approaches. The latest commitment was also the longest expected, but it shouldn’t be any less sweet to Rutgers fans as Bishop McNamara (Forestville, Md.) four-star receiver Brandon Coleman ended an elongated recruitment by announcing he chose Rutgers over home state school Maryland, accordingg to his coach Bryce Bevill. “He chose Rutgers,'' Bevill said. "It just happened."


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 1:50 PM ET

Georgia made a call Monday night to an offensive lineman committed to another SEC school and offered him a scholarship. "Georgia called last night and offered Kenarious Gates and he is now committed to Georgia," said Coach Williams of Greenville. Gates was previously committed to Kentucky.


Posted by:  Mike Bakas, Scout.com Florida analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 1:45 PM ET

Five star defensive end Corey Lemonier (Hialeah, Fla) has narrowed his list down to Florida State and Auburn and he's set to announce his final decision in the morning. The Under Armour All-American took five official visits and is a teammate of 3-star DT Calvin Smith, who is also being heavily recruited by a number of programs. We expect Lemonier to ink with the Noles.

Three star running back Brandon Gainer (Miami, Fla/Central) has cut his list down to UCF and North Carolina. He's visited both schools. A few of his friends have signed with UCF, including spring enrollee Jeffrey Godfrey, but the Tar Heels made a strong push. Gainer appeared headed to UCF after UNC picked up a commitment from 3-star RB Casey Turner (Jacksonville, Fla/Ed White) last week but now Turner is saying he's still considering Rutgers and will announce his final choice on Wednesday. We expect Turner to sign with UNC and Gainer with UCF but if Turner goes to Rutgers, don't be surprised if the Tar Heels can grab Gainer. That'll be an interesting situation to watch for all three schools involved.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 1:30 PM ET

Scout.com is trying to confirm a report by Gentry Estes of the Mobile Press Register that says Penn State is now in the running for five-star North Carolina safety/wide receiver Keenan Allen. The U.S. Army All-American recently decommitted from Alabama and is now considering the Nittany Lions, Clemson and California. Wherever, Allen goes that school will likely take his hald brother Zach Maynard who was the starting quarterback for Buffalo this season.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 12:45 PM ET

"Three-star safety Lucky Radley, from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft, has made his decision, but he won't be announcing it until Signing Day. Radley will announce at 1 p.m. PST at a press conference at his school, and will choose between Texas Tech, Utah and North Carolina."


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Tues 2/2/2010 12:15 PM ET

Maryland offensive tackle Arie Kouandjio visited USC this weekend, also taking in the sights of Manhattan Beach while on his trip. He's also still considering Alabama and New Mexico. “I’m going to do a bit more praying,” he said. “I think I kind of know, but I’m not for sure.” Kouandjio will make his final decision on signing day, but isn’t sure if he’s going to have a press conference yet.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands Analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 11:35 AM ET

According sources close to the Tulsa Union High (Okla.) football program, Thomas Roberson, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound three-star athlete has switched his verbal pledge from Tulsa to Oklahoma State after picking up an offer from the Cowboys over the weekend.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 11:30 AM ET

Hearing that Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw linebacker Hayes Pullard, long thought to be a lean to UCLA, will be signing with USC tomorrow.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 10:45 AM ET

Columbus (Ohio) Brookhaven defensive end, Derrick Bryant, has been committed to UCLA since the fall. This past weekend, Bryant visited Oregon officially. We spoke with Bryant on Tuesday morning and he said while he liked his trip to Oregon, he will still be signing with the Bruins tomorrow.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 10:45 AM ET

Greg Schiano can close with the best of them and he has lured three-star cornerback Rashad Knight to Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights won a hard fought battle over Michigan for the nation's No. 79 rated cornerback. "I sat down with my family and talked about it -- I called the coach at Michigan to let him know," the 5-foot-10, 192-pound Knight told Brian Dohn of ScarletReport.com "I just felt too comfortable at Rutgers to not go there."


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 10:30 AM ET

Giovanni Di Poalo, the #4-ranked center nationally by Scout.com, and a long time USC commit, has opened things back up and it's between USC and UCLA, where he officially visited last weekend, and where his grandfather played. Di Poalo will make his final decision on Wednesday morning, but will not have a press conference. According to Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure coach Todd Therrian, Di Poalo will simply fax in his letter to either the Trojans or the Bruins, but no announcement will be made publicly.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 10:00 AM ET

Jarrett Fobbs and Brandon Jackson are both committed to Texas A&M, but LSU is still in pursuit of both. Fobbs seems to be looking at LSU a little more than Jackson, but if LSU feels good about Kadron Boone, then they may not be in true pursuit of him. Jackson should announce his final decision Tuesday afternoon and as of now Scout expects him to stick with the Aggies.

The word out of Tampa is that Florida is in good position to land Chaz Green and that his teammate Christian Green is torn between Florida State and Georgia. Scout has heard both FSU and UGA were in the lead over the last 24 hours. Most pick the Seminoles to defeat the Bulldogs in this battle, but the word we are getting is that each school still is on his mind.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 9:00 AM ET

Da’Rick Rogers is the number one player in Georgia, but all signs point to him leaving the state to play college football less than 24 hours before Signing Day. I spent time in North Georgia Monday night in Rogers’ neck of the woods at a speaking engagement and the vibe was not good for UGA fans and great for UT fans. You never know what a kid like Rogers will do because he loves to make people think one thing and totally do another, but Tennessee looks to be in the driver’s seat to land this five-star playmaker.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast Manager
at Tues 2/2/2010 8:50 AM ET

Kadron Boone has made his mind up and he is going to announce his decision at 2pm ET on Signing Day. Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Texas Tech and West Virginia are his finalists, but I still feel he signs with Les Miles and LSU. He visited them last and things look good for them right now concerning Boone’s signature.

Three-star OL David Beasley has been committed to Clemson since August and it looks like he will sign with them as well. Georgia really made a big push for him and even got him up on an official visit a couple of weeks ago, but he has sported some Clemson gear at school this week, he received his Tiger signing papers on Monday, and he seems very excited about signing with the Tigers.


Posted by:  Dave Berk, Scout.com Midwest analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 8:30 AM ET

Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne head coach Jay Minton on Monday night told Scout.com that defensive tackle Terry Talbott, who had issued a commitment to Michigan along with his brother Terrence in August, is still considering North Carolina and should have his final decision made on Tuesday.


Posted by:  Andrew Bone, Scout.com Southeast analyst
at Tues 2/2/2010 8:00 AM ET

Auburn commitment Shon Coleman visited Tuscaloosa last week. Alabama may run out of room for another offensive lineman commitment. Alabama has been hoping to land Arie Kouandjio and James Stone as well. This is building to an exciting NSD.

Carlos Gray, defensive tackle from Pinson Valley, Ala., will announce his college decision Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. We expect Gray to commit to the North Carolina Tar Heels.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 11:00 PM ET

I have been working the phones hard and as I reported in San Antonio the Michigan Wolverines are looking like the front runners to land the services of Scout.com's No. 6 ranked safety prospect Sean Parker from Nathaniel Narbonne High School in Harbor City, Claifornia. It looks like a three horse race between Michigan, USC and Washington, but my sources feel pretty confident that the four-star U.S. Army All-American is headed to Ann Arbor.


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 10:38 PM ET

Latwan Anderson, Cleveland Glenville, confirmed today he definitely has an offer from Ohio State, and they would accept his commitment. In the end, I see Anderson going against his commitment to West Virginia, and signing with Ohio State. Anderson cancelled his scheduled visit to USC last weekend, and this appears to be a two-team race. I see Anderson ending up with Ohio State, possibly the day after Signing Day.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 10:20 PM ET

Word out of Good Counsel is four-star cornerback Louis Young the No. 2 rated player in Maryland could have a surprise for signing day. We have not received word as of yet as to whether Louis Young cleared the Stanford acceptance requirements. Could the standout corner pull a signing day stunner at his 8 a.m. press conference?


Posted by:  Allen Wallace, Scout.com National Editor
at Mon 2/1/2010 10:00 PM ET

Mississippi four-star wide receiver Vincent Sanders will announce his choice at a 9:00 am signing day press conference at a local news station in Macon. He still denies a leader from among Florida State, Ole Miss and Mississippi State, all of whom he officially visited in January. The Seminoles are Sanders’ childhood favorite.


Posted by:  Kevin Carden, SCPlaybook.com
at Mon 2/1/2010 9:10 PM ET

Four-star offensive lineman Arie Kouandjio from DeMatha Catholic, is no longer considering California and has a final three of Alabama, USC and New Mexico. 


Posted by:  Scott Kennedy, Director of Scouting
at Mon 2/1/2010 9:00 PM ET

Four star defensive tackle prospect Michael Thornton is scheduled to make a decision at his school on Signing Day at 10:00 AM. According to one of his coaches, Thornton has been having a little fun with the process wearing an Auburn hat one day, a Georgia hat one day, and a Penn State hat another day to school. Keeping it close to the vest, even the coaching staff at Stephenson is in the dark as to Thornton’s decision.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Mon 2/1/2010 7:55 PM ET

Telvin Smith, a long-time Florida State commit, just announced his decision to stick with the Seminoles even with many rumors going around that he may switch at the last minute. "Playing on the next level, I am going to be a Florida State Seminole," said Smith.


Posted by:  Andrew Bone, Scout.com Southeast analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 7:20 PM ET

Keenan Allen, Scout.com five-star and soft verbal to Alabama, has been shopping for a school for he and his brother quarterback transfer from Buffalo, Zach Maynard. The brothers were not taking any calls from Alabama or Clemson going into the weekend. Sunday night at midnight ended the coaches making the contact. Cal is where we have heard this afternoon as the place of destination. More later on the breaking news if indeed this turns out as true as one of the hottest topics leading into Wednesday.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 7:10 PM ET

According to Kevin Carden of SCPlaybook.com, Bakersfield (Calif.) Frontier's Matt Darr, the nation's #1-punter by Scout.com, and a longtime USC commit, has switched his commitment from the Trojans to Fresno State.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Mon 2/1/2010 7:00 PM ET

Watch Telvin Smith make his decision between Florida State and Georgia live right here.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 6:45 PM ET

Te'Vante Porter, a 6-foot-0, 190-pound defensive back from Carl Albert High in Okla. has decided to stick with Texas Tech after looking in to programs like Arizona, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State when Mike Leach was fired and Ruffin McNeil was not retained. He has cited comfortability and peace of mind with the new coaching staff as the main reasons as to why he will land in Lubbock. Porter is a Scout.com three-star prospect that could play cornerback, safety, or wide receiver on the next level.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 4:10 PM ET

Long time Florida commitment Demar Dorsey may still end up in Florida after all. He has looked at USC, Tennessee, and Florida State since he and the Gators parted ways and the Seminoles may now hold the edge. Two days out, it looks like the Noles are in good position to land Dorsey.

Christian Jones has flirted with Florida and the word is he has given them very strong consideration, but it still looks like he will end up at Florida State. He had a successful visit to FSU over the weekend and all signs point now to him inking with Jimbo Fisher and the Noles.

How things change quickly in recruiting. Word this morning was Todd Chandler was leaning towards South Florida, but we are now hearing Louisville may be back in front of the Bulls. Chandler was set to call Charlie Strong Monday morning, that call was placed, and it seems the Cardinals are now back in front. Stay tuned to this one.


Posted by:  Bob Lichtenfels, Scout.com East Manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 3:54 PM ET

Hearing from various sources that Florida is very strong with Adrian Coxson right now. The four-star wide receiver from Baltimore (Md.) City College recently had a falling out with Penn State. Coxson is set to announce early Wednesday morning and Scout.com will be on hand covering the action.

I was informed recently that Notre Dame and new head coach Brian Kelly made a strong push late for Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway three-star wide receiver Brendon Felder. Scout.com's No. 63 rated player at his position has been committed to North Carolina since late September. We have since learned from Gateway head coach Terry Smith that Felder will sign with the Tar Heels, Wednesday morning at 9:00 a.m.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com Southeast Manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 3:34 PM ET

Louisville made a nice little run at Todd Chandler, but the latest I am hearing on him have him landing at South Florida. As of now, it looks like the Florida defensive tackle will ink with the Bulls on Wednesday.


Posted by:  Greg Powers, Scout.com Midlands analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 3:00 PM ET

After taking a weekend trip to Kansas, Katy Taylor High's (Texas) Keba Agostinho, a 6-foot-3, 235-pound defensive end made a verbal commitment to the Jayhawks.

Agostinho made his debut in the Midlands Regional Rankings at No. 225 in the latest release by Scout.com earlier this afternoon.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com editor
at Mon 2/1/2010 2:10 PM ET

Jeffrey Whitaker has picked the Auburn Tigers saying, "It just felt comfortable. I couldn't turn away from it, it just felt like home."


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 1:38 PM ET

Ivan McCartney (Miaramar, FLA) is a LOCK for West Virginia on Signing Day. Done. Dominique Brown (Cincinnati Winton Woods) committed to Louisville last night. Not sure if he's ready to announce.


Posted by:  Chris Fetters, Scout.com Northwest analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 1:15 PM ET

Out West, Oregon and Chip Kelly just lifted their second player off of Washington's commit list - they got Jesuit wide receivier/defensive back Keanon Lowe, a U.S. Army All-American to switch to his 'dream school', and Sunday night they got Colton, Calif. kicker Alejandro Maldonado to change his commitment from UW to UO, in part to join teammate Derrick Malone - adding to what already is a very spicy and contentious rivalry between the Ducks and Huskies. If I was a betting man, I don't believe this is going to sit well with Steve Sarkisian at all. Could it spill over into next year's matchup at Autzen Stadium? No doubt it could throw some gas on a game that's always been heated to begin with.


Posted by:  Yancy Porter, Scout.com Mississippi analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 12:55 PM ET

Shon Coleman is on his way back from Miami visit right now. Miami could be too far from home in the end. Alabama has too much depth on the offensive line. Auburn there are no negatives. Ole Miss is close to home but there are some issues behind the scenes. Looks like he could be leaning back towards Auburn now. I would put them as the front runner!


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com South Manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 12:43 PM ET

Nickell Robey from Florida has been committed to Georgia since the summer, and even though he has not officially decommitted, information is coming from Frostproof that he does not plan to sign with Georgia and USC may have taken the lead this weekend after his visit.


Posted by:  Bill Greene, Scout.com Ohio analyst
at Mon 2/1/2010 12:30 PM ET

Morgan Moses (Fork Union) probably will not sign on Signing Day, but could end up at Ohio State in a few weeks.


Posted by:  Chad Simmons, Scout.com South Manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 12:15 PM ET

Telvin Smith, a Florida State commitment, took an unofficial visit up to Georgia on Saturday just two weeks after he made an official visit to Athens. The word out of South Georgia is that Smith will have a final decision either tonight or tomorrow.


Posted by:  Brandon Huffman, Scout.com West Manager
at Mon 2/1/2010 11:50 AM ET

11:50am - We're hearing that Washington has been making a big move with 4-star safety Sean Parker and the Huskies are very much in the race for him with longtime leaders Michigan and USC.


Posted by:  Miller Safrit, Scout.com Editor
at Mon 2/1/2010 11:30 AM ET

The announcement for Jeffrey Whitaker, a defensive tackle from Warner Robbins, Ga., is expected to start at 2 pm Eastern time with the U.S. Army All-American selecting from Auburn, Georgia, and Miami. South manager Chad Simmons has Auburn as his prediction for the announcement in the Scout.com Commitment Tracker. Scout.com will have live coverage starting right before 2.



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