TE Kelvin Rainey of Yulee, FL made an unofficial visit to Miami over the weekend and is now looking forward to completing his decision making process. “I walked away impressed with everything I saw,” said Rainey. “Coach Golden is a good guy and I like everything he brought to the table. He definitely knows what he’s doing.” Rainey also visited Georgia last week. USC has been out front for him and he said that remains the case. “South Carolina still leads pretty big over Miami,” he said. “My parents and I are going to sit down in a couple of weeks and think it over, the pros and cons.” Rainey also has been offered by Southern Cal, Florida, Florida State, South Florida, Alabama, Texas Tech and UCLA.
LB Keilin Rayner (6-3 210) of Leland, NC has offers from Clemson, Duke, and East Carolina. He is hearing from several SEC schools including USC. Notre Dame and NC State are showing interest as well. Rayner is considering attending camps at Clemson and USC this summer. “I want to visit Clemson and see the campus and facilities,” Rayner said. “I wanted to go to their spring game next week but I can’t. South Carolina invited me to a camp this summer and I’m going to try to go.” Rayner moved from defensive end to linebacker last season. He totaled 127 tackles and five sacks. “It was my first season at the position so I am still learning,” he said. “Most schools are recruiting me at linebacker.” Duke is his favorite.
OL Brock Stadnik (6-5 290) and his twin brother OL Clayton Stadnik (6-3 260) of Greensboro, NC have offers from USC and were on the campus last weekend. “We watched them practice on Friday and went to the scrimmage on Saturday,” said Brock. “We got a chance to meet (Steve) Spurrier and (Shawn) Elliott. Coach Elliott has high intensity and relates to the players well.” Brock has offers from USC, Clemson, Michigan, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Stanford, North Carolina, NC State, Florida, and Illinois among others. He has 19 in all. Clayton’s offers are from USC, Virginia Tech, NC State, Wake Forest, and East Carolina. Brock says the two have interest in USC. “They’re up there,” he said. “We liked a lot of things about it.” He says he will narrow his list to five schools this summer. Brock had 55 pancakes as a junior. The brothers have visited Virginia Tech and have plans to visit Clemson and Auburn. He says that the two do not have a favorite .
DB Ronald Geohaghan of Allendale-Fairfax picked up an offer from Pittsburgh Friday night. That’s ten offers now for the safety who plans to attend USC’s spring game April 9th. He also has offers from USC, Clemson, Illinois, Kentucky, Tulane, East Carolina, NC State, Vanderbilt and Duke. He has visited USC, Clemson, Duke and North Carolina this spring.
DB Devon Miller (5-9 165) of Riverdale, GA has an offer from USC. He is hearing from Tennessee, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Purdue, Alabama, Wake Forest, Michigan State, and Indiana. He says USC is out in front for his services. “I’ve been there four times,” Miller said. “I like the facilities and the program. I really like that they stress education because it gives you something to fall back on if you don’t make the NFL.” Miller was at the USC-Tennessee game last season and attended a junior day in Columbia. Tennessee is another school that has Miller’s interest. “I’m going to go to their spring game,” he said. Miller will not make USC’s spring game this weekend because he will be taking the ACT. As a junior, he had 40 tackles, 12 pass break ups, and two interceptions.
USC has offered PG Chris Colvin of Palm Beach JC, FL while Clemson, which had been recruiting Colvin for several weeks, is no longer involved according to his coach Butch Estes. USC coach Darrin Horn and assistant Michael Boynton met with Colvin last week and will be back for another visit Thursday. According to Estes, Clemson informed him last week it was no longer recruiting Colvin because of concerns about some of his classes being accepted by the university. Colvin is set on four of his official visits. He will go to Arizona State this weekend, Providence April 15th, West Virginia April 22nd and Miami on a date to be determined. His last visit likely will be either Pittsburgh or USC. Pittsburgh coaches will be in Sunday to meet with Colvin and then he’ll decide on that final visit. Right now, according to Estes, Miami has a slight lead because Colvin likes living in south Florida.