Tuesday with Gorni: Prospects return from important visits

Announcements are so important in the recruitment process and especially during official visits, when potential clients can spend the whole weekend on the university campus.

During this time of year, there is so much news happening around the country that it is almost impossible to keep up with it all. But after another busy weekend of travel, there are some players who really need to think a lot – especially after coaches sell their vision during official visits.

Rivas National Recruitment Director Adam Gorny offers his thoughts on what he hears from many of the high-end players in this class as they return home from important trips on Tuesdays this week with Gorney:

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The reports for the weekend from Nebraska were positive, but there is also something to watch. Three-star midfielder Hayden Moore there were some really positive things to say about Haskers and Lincoln’s “defensive culture” as he saw players really start to join. Another three-star LB Dylan Rodgers I like the program and I think the coaching staff and the players are “amazing”.

But a four-star defender Cain Leewho has Huskers high on his list and even wore a Nebraska shirt to the recent OT7 event in Las Vegas, liked his Oregon trip and said the Ducks “will certainly (be) in my top.”

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BAYLER

Austin Novosad dedicated to Baylor in December and returned to campus this weekend, where there was a great visit, but obviously not so easy. Ohio is trying to overturn the four-star quarterback from Dripping Springs, Texas, and there’s a lot to think about. And now Texas A&M is interested in a bit of Stanford.

So, while Novosad loves Baylor very much, there is still so much to think about after another great trip to Waco.

“Their message was to focus on the player’s personality and this could be seen throughout the weekend,” Novosad said.

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LOUISVILLE

The news comes from Louisville it has been really amazing over the last few months for a team that has had consecutive losing seasons. Four-star receiver Deandre Moore is the last to join an exclusive class and Madden Sanker may follow soon. The four-star Douglasville (Georgia) offensive liner South Polding said his weekend trip to Louisville was “one of the best visits I’ve had, it’s all real and I like the idea of ​​helping build that program back to the top team.” . ”

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ARKANSAS

RJ Johnson is a really nice kid and he liked the support from Arkansas staff last weekend during his visit to Fayetteville. On and off the field, the tall three-star defender can see how he fits into Arkansas and he “can’t wait to get back down there.”

This is good for the Razorbacks, as they are fighting a bunch of other SEC teams, but all the positive things said about the coach Pitman himself others have said so, and Johnson, and that stands out.

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FLORIDA

Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan, Michigan, Clemson, Georgia and the state of Ohio are the standouts for four-star defensive games Kayden MacDonald. The Gators definitely finished their role last weekend to get him on board, as the exceptional Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett loves the culture of Gainesville – a big change from previous staff – the facility stood out and many others.

“Coach (Billy Napier) builds a championship program, “said MacDonald.

Sticking to Florida, four stars Monroe Freeling he also talks a lot about culture and how he sees Napier transferring what he does in Louisiana to the Gators now. Offensive support with two coaches is great for Freeling, and academia is also important. The message from the coaching staff was huge.

“They would like to see me at the forefront of the next UF national team,” Freeling said.

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“Freed but locked,” concludes the four-star defense Devin Hobbes described as chestnut wants his culture after visiting it over the weekend. The Tigers along with Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee stand out the most for Concord (NC) star Robinson, with Auburn making a significant move over the weekend, especially since he likes how coaches handle the relationship.

Also at Auburn, a former Texas A&M bet Anthony James saw a huge change in culture there. The coaching staff wants to develop a Wylie (Texas) East defender to play across the line, and this is one of three schools – and the only one in the SEC – that stands out with Washington and Utah.

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TEXAS

Cider Mitchell lock for Georgia? I don’t know anymore after talking to him after his Texas visit. He loved Austin, he loved the opportunities he saw outside of football, he loved Bo Davis and he said, “Texas is definitely making a move.”

Longhorns was definitely impressed, and the four-star defense game in Oradel, New Jersey, said: “This decision is much harder than I thought it would be.”

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MICHIGAN

Maybe a four-star defensive match Jason Moore is Notre Dame lock, but Michigan gave him something to think about over the weekend. Number 1 in general in defense spent a lot of time with assistants Mike Elston and Jesse Minter and one of the great messages was for Moore to come to Ann Arbor to be part of the story and to be able to develop on and off the field.

“I really see myself in their defense,” Moore said.

Everywhere Jacob Johnson goes – Oklahoma, Alabama and now Michigan – he has a great time and that’s why he said “it’s hard” when he was trying to figure out which program was best for him. All the trips are good and impressive.

“I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t think I can make a bad decision,” Johnson said.

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LSU

Miami and others make a real push for a four-star receiver Jalen Brown but he keeps coming back to LSU and I love him. His father, Jameshe told me that he thought his son matched the coach’s model Brian Kelly looking for elite athletes and players who will excel in the classroom.

From resources to facilities to the atmosphere and even the food, Brown’s visit to LSU was exceptional. This could mean that the Tigers are there with every other team.

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BYU

It happens rarely BYU win recruiting battles in the state of Alabama, but the Cougars were at the beginning of the defensive end of Birmingham (Alabama) Oak Mountain with four stars Emmanuel Wallerwhose faith in the LDS played a role in his early promise. But now Waller is back on the market after retiring from BYU on Monday and the SEC is calling with Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi reaching the most.

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