October 22, 2014

Recruiting Report 2.16.12

Sophomore LB Kevin Crosby Jr. of Bamberg-Ehrhardt picked up two more offers Thursday. According to his coach and father, North Carolina defensive coordinator Vic Koenning called to re-offer. The previous staff had offered Crosby. And Arizona State recruiter Ron West called Thursday with an offer from the Sun Devils. USC and Clemson are also among his many offers. Crosby’s next visit will be to Clemson March 3rd for the junior day.

DE Devin Washington of Orlando added to his offer list Wednesday when USC jumped on board. The Gamecocks became his sixth offer. “USC is a great school known for their defense,” Washington said. “They produce defensive ends so it’s a good sign for me knowing I can learn and improve my game while I’m there. I’ve heard their atmosphere there is amazing and it’s a beautiful campus with a great coaching staff.” Washington also has offers from Illinois, Ole Miss, Cincinnati and Florida International.  He is going to Florida’s junior day Saturday and also plans to visit Illinois and Central Florida in coming weeks. And he plans to get to USC for a spring practice and a camp this summer. He has visited Miami and Auburn.

Goose Creek coach Chuck Reedy said Wednesday his star prospect ATH Tramel Terry won’t continue much longer in the recruiting process. “He’s getting tired of it,” Reedy said. “He’ll narrow his choices soon. South Carolina, Clemson, Georgia and Florida are schools that will be on the list.” Reedy did not have a dateline on a Terry decision. Terry has taken multiple visits to USC and Clemson. He’s also been to Georgia, Virginia Tech, Alabama and Tennessee. He went to Clemson’s and USC’s junior days recently and will go back to Clemson for a junior day March 3rd. On that trip he plans to stop by USC so his parents can see the school. Reedy also said LB Jalen Stevens was offered Wednesday by North Carolina. That’s his first offer. Stevens is also getting interest from USC, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Florida State, Alabama, NC State and Notre Dame. He went to USC’s junior day and plans to go to Georgia Tech this Saturday and Clemson March 3rd.

OL Michael Selby (6-3 280) of Sandersville, GA is closing in on his first offers that could come as early as the weekend. As of now, he is hearing from Clemson, USC, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Mississippi State, Duke and Maryland. According to his father, Selby is interested in the Gamecocks and Tigers. “He went up to a game at Clemson and it was one of the schools that stood out to him,” Michael, Sr. said. “He really liked Robbie Caldwell. Clemson would be a good destination for Michael.” Coach Caldwell will visit Selby this spring and the Gamecocks have invited him to their spring game. “He may go to a spring practice as well,” added his father. “South Carolina got in on him a little late but I think they are becoming aware of him.” Selby is visiting Alabama this weekend and Georgia Tech the next. As a junior, he totaled 86 pancakes in 11 games. His father says Selby does not have a favorite.