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Uncommitted five-star 2019 ATH Quavaris Crouch took an unofficial visit to Michigan on Friday.

The Wolverines are going to have to put some muscle into their recruitment if they're to land the 6-foot-2, 225-pound Crouch. While Rivals analyst Adam Friedman considers Michigan a real contender for his pledge, he passes along in the same breath that the Charlotte, North Carolina, native is most likely to opt in with a program from the southern portion of the country. He ticks off Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida State as schools to watch in that vain. While there's no doubting Crouch's talent -- he ranks as Rivals' No. 5 overall prospect in the 2019 class -- just what position he ends up playing at the collegiate level remains an open question. He could potentially be utilized as a running back, linebacker or defensive end. ESPN sees his biggest upside coming on the defensive side of the equation.
Source: Rivals
Jun 20 - 1:48 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2020 CB R.J. Mickens is planning to take unofficial visits to Clemson, Ohio State and Oklahoma this summer.

Clemson and Ohio State are going to be first up on the docket for Mickens, with a later trip to Norman to check out the Sooners set for late July. The 6-foot, 187-pounder is also hoping to make it back to Notre Dame after visiting the Irish in the spring. In Rivals' shiny new rankings for the 2020 class, Mickens lands as the No. 30 overall prospect. It's early yet and his recruitment figures to take a more concrete form over the winter. For now, he's just sifting through his options.
Source: Rivals
Jun 20 - 12:44 PM

Uncommitted five-star 2020 QB DJ Uiagalelei said that his recent trip to Clemson was the best visit he's taken to date.

The 6-foot-4, 240-pound Uiagalelei was just last week named Rivals' No. 1 overall prospect in the 2020 class. He offers an absolute rocket launcher of an arm and was out-throwing current collegiate standouts such as Jake Fromm, Will Grier and Tua Tagovailoa while taking part in Steve Clarkson's QB Retreat at the end of May. Clemson has landed five-star signal-callers in each of the past two recruiting cycles in Hunter Johnson and Trevor Lawrence. Johnson transferred to Northwestern last week.
Source: Rivals
Jun 19 - 4:46 PM

Uncommitted three-star 2019 QB Cornelius Brown said that he almost committed to Vanderbilt this past weekend.

Brown (6'5/180) was on campus for an unofficial visit on Friday and that very nearly did the trick in sealing up his pledge. He indicated that he wasn't quite ready to take the full plunge, but has now moved the Commodores up to No. 1 in his mental hierarchy. While the Calera, Alabama, native was upfront in his admiration for what HC Derek Mason's building at Vanderbilt, he admitted that he's hoping to receive serious interest from programs such as Alabama -- he'll be attending a camp in Tuscaloosa this week -- in the near future. The 247Sports composite board drops him into the fray as the No. 50 prospect in the state.
Source: 247Sports
Jun 19 - 4:28 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2019 LB Henry To'oto'o released a top eight consisting of Alabama, California, Washington, Tennessee, Oregon, Notre Dame, Florida and USC.

To'oto'o (6'2/210) has the cream of the FBS crop courting him, understandable enough for the No. 33 overall prospect on the 247Sports composite board for the 2019 class. He's been out on unofficial visits to Tennessee and Alabama over the past week. On the field, To'oto'o is a fast, physical prospect. He makes the most of that speed by taking efficient, smart lines to the ball, a lethal combination
Source: 247Sports
Jun 19 - 3:15 PM

Uncommitted three-star 2019 QB Peter Parrish is deciding between Florida, Mississippi State and Pitt.

Parrish (6'2/205) said that he could potentially make a commitment decision this month or early next. He's visited both Florida and Mississippi State, but has not yet had an opportunity to check out Pitt's wares. While these are currently his favorite programs, should either Florida State or Georgia offer, matters would likely become considerably more complicated. Rivals ranks the Phenix City, Alabama, native as the No. 18 dual-threat quarterback prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: Rivals
Jun 19 - 2:59 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2020 WR Joshua Downs said that Oregon, Michigan and NC State are all in line to make his future top-10 list.

Downs (5'9/150) is still sorting through his options -- he has plenty of time to do that before his recruitment truly heats up -- but passed along that he could potentially release a concrete list of contenders at some point during his junior season at North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Georgia. If you're looking for a legacy connection, his father played his collegiate ball at NC State. Rivals analyst Chad Simmons sees the Wolfpack and Wolverines as the two frontrunners for his pledge at this very early juncture. Clemson, Florida State and North Carolina are among the other programs vying for his heart.
Source: Rivals
Jun 19 - 2:10 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2019 DE Derrick McLendon plans on making his pledge on June 28.

McLendon (6'4/225) will be committing to his future program while attending the Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge at the end of the month. He's chopped the field down to Florida, Florida State and NC State. While Rivals does not afford him much rankings love -- he stands as their No. 33 prospect in Georgia for the 2019 cycle -- he brings much to the table in terms of both his strength and his willingness to get down and dirty defending against the run.
Source: Rivals
Jun 19 - 11:38 AM

Cal redshirt sophomore WR Melquise Stovall transferred to Arizona Western College.

Stovall suffered an injury in 2017, forcing him to miss the remainder of the season and take a medical redshirt. Due to the transfer process, since he redshirted in 2017 he won't be forced to sit out another season. Stovall likely transferred due to an incident last season which would have resulted in a suspension had he stayed with the program in 2018.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 14 - 3:51 PM

Arizona three-star 2019 CB Logan Wilson reopened his recruitment.

Wilson had decided on Arizona nearly two months before announcing he believes he "committed too early." He also had offers from Iowa, South Alabama, Toledo, UL Lafayette, UL Monroe, UTEP, UTSA, and Jackson State. 247 sports 110th ranked cornerback nationally may wind up back with Arizona if he doesn't find a better fit elsewhere.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 13 - 12:07 PM

In the latest release of the Rivals250, four-star uncommitted 2019 S Daxton Hill was upgraded to five-star status.

Rivals Midwest analyst, Josh Helmholdt, said, "Hill made his big jump into the Rivals100 coming out of junior season, and he edges up into five-star territory following a couple short, but very impressive, spring performances." Still undecided, in-state programs such as Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are trying to fend off other national powerhouse programs such as Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Ohio State. After a 23 spot jump in Rivals250, Hill now sits at No. 21 overall and is one of the top undecided players in his class.
Source: Rivals
Jun 12 - 3:51 PM

Wake Forest three-star 2019 QB Brendon Clark reopened his recruitment.

Clark said "I just felt like I committed too young. I didn’t really give myself an opportunity to see everything and see what opportunities I would have." He has received offers from Tennessee and Clemson this spring and is scheduled to visit Notre Dame on June 15th. A pro-style quarterback from Midlothian, Virginia, Clark probably struggled with his decision to remain with Wake Forest after schools with more acumen offered him a scholarship.
Jun 12 - 12:52 PM

Four-star 2019 S Cameron Williams has opened up his recruitment after having previously been committed to Oregon.

Williams had committed to the Ducks in April, but the 6-foot, 200-pound safety has decided to back of that commitment. He recently attended a camp at USC, and the Trojans have offered the athletic safety. This is mostly speculative, but the timing could mean a commitment to the Trojans could be coming soon for Williams.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 11 - 3:28 PM

Uncommitted four-star ATH Darien Chase will announce his commitment on August 20.

Chase (6'1/185) is considered one of the best players in the state of Washington, and is believed to be a strong lean towards the Huskies. He also has interest in Oregon, however, and he recently raved to 247 Sports about his only official visit to Utah. Chase ranks 20th among athletes on 247 Sports composite rankings, and second behind Washington quarterback commit Dylan Morris among players out of Washington in the 2019 class.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 11 - 1:13 PM

Rivals National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell lists uncommitted five-star 2019 ATH Quavaris Crouch as the toughest player to rank right now.

It's certainly not a question of talent -- Crouch is considered one of the very best talents in this class, and some believe he could be the best player on the market. The question mark isn't how well he'll play, but where he'll play, as Farrell notes. "It reminds me a bit of Dylan Moses as he played offense and defense, and we weren’t sure if he’d grow into a defensive end or play linebacker or even be a running back," he writes. "Crouch is super talented but hard to rank."
Source: Rivals
Jun 11 - 12:23 PM


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