USC QB target Kevin Olsen of Wayne, NJ had talked of making an unofficial visit with the Gamecocks in March, but that visit has been rescheduled for April in the week leading up to the spring game. Olsen will visit Miami this Thursday. Olsen’s brother Greg is a former Hurricane tight end. Olsen has visited Miami in the past. He’s also been to Florida State, North Carolina, Rutgers and East Carolina. He’s also got Auburn, Arkansas and Wisconsin on his travel agenda. Olsen has not expressed a favorite and wants to make his decision before the season.
DL Greg Gilmore of Hope Mills, NC recently named Clemson, LSU and Florida as his top three. He has now named a leader saying, “If there is one, it’s LSU.” He went on to say, “You can go ahead with LSU as my leader.” Gilmore makes his first trip to Baton Rouge this weekend. “I’m going down there with my father,” Gilmore said. “I want to learn everything I can about them. I’ll be looking at academics and what they’re all about with that. Just going to look at all of the little things.” He spoke with Florida Monday and tentatively scheduled a trip to Gainesville for April 6th and 7th. “That’s not for sure,” he added. Gilmore also plans a return visit to Clemson sometime during spring practice. He currently has 20 offers with expectations of Georgia to join the list.
DL Montravius Adams of Vienna, GA already had offers from Clemson, USC, Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, Florida State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Michigan State, Mississippi State and Southern Cal among others and now adds UCLA. Adams does not have any favorites but named Clemson and USC as schools of interest. “I’ve already visited Clemson and I’ll probably visit South Carolina,” Adams said. “I haven’t scheduled anything yet.” Adams recently visited Georgia and Florida calling each visit “good” and heads to Auburn this weekend. Tennessee is next after Auburn. “I’ll probably go back to Clemson this spring,” Adams added.
OL Joshua Outlaw of Atlanta has checked out a number of schools and plans more visits in the spring. He has been to Clemson, USC, Georgia, Auburn, Florida, Alabama and Georgia Tech. He plans return visits to Clemson, USC, Florida and Georgia, and he will also get to Tennessee and Virginia Tech. He talked with Clemson recruiter Marion Hobby recently, and has gotten some handwritten mail from his USC recruiter Lorenzo Ward. Outlaw doesn’t have favorites at this point. “I’m going to take more visits and then narrow my list down to about eight or ten,” he said. He did cite his visits to Clemson, Georgia and Florida as being particularly good visits for him.