RB Tahj Gary of Atlanta saw his season come to an end Friday night with a broken leg he suffered while going up for a pass. Gary is the subject of a recruiting battle between USC and Virginia Tech. He is committed to the Hokies but has been to USC several times. He was scheduled for an unofficial visit to USC this past Saturday but his surgery kept him home. He is scheduled for official visits to Tech November 30th and USC December 7th and he said he plans to make those visits despite the broken leg which will sideline him for about three to four months. He’s also talking to Mississippi State, UCF and Kentucky about possible official visits.
CB Collin Duncan has taken unofficial visits to USC and Mississippi State and he said those two are his top two at this point with no leader. He has not scheduled his officials but those two will get those visits. He’s not sure about any other officials at this point. Duncan said he talked with his USC recruiter Pat Washington recently. He’s also heard from defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson. He said both still feel encouraged about him. He plans to be an early signee. Duncan said he had 2 interceptions this season. On offense he had 582 total yards and scored 9 touchdowns.
USC target CB Jalen Perry of Dacula, GA committed to Michigan. He took his official visit with the Wolverines this past weekend. He has taken numerous unofficial visits to USC and was scheduled for an official visit for the Akron weekend.
Dutch Fork 2020 WR Jalin Hyatt landed another big offer over the weekend from Michigan. “It’s means a lot to me. With a traditional team like that, it was big for me.” Hyatt also holds offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, Indiana and Duke. Clemson and USC also are showing interest. He had planned to visit Clemson last Saturday but had to scratch those plans. He’s not sure about his travel plans for this Saturday.