QB Brendan Nosovitch (6-2 195) of Allentown, PA has an offer from Virginia and is hearing from USC, Penn State, Pitt, West Virginia, Boston College, and Northwestern among others. He says he plans to visit USC this spring. “I’ve talked to Coach (G.A.) Mangus and he really wants to get me down there this spring to see the campus and stuff,” said Nosovitch. “I know how good the football is down there and I really like Coach Mangus. I’ve heard a lot of good things about South Carolina and I like the offense that they run.” He attended Pitt for their junior day and has visited UVA. He will take a trip to Penn State at the end of March. “I don’t really have any favorites but I look forward to visiting several schools to get an idea of which school I am interested in,” he said. As a junior, Nosovitch threw for over 3100 yards and 40 touchdowns. He ran for 1700 yards and another 20 scores. He does not have a favorite.
WR Jody Fuller (6-0 200) of Monroe, NC has 16 offers that include USC, Clemson, North Carolina, NC State, Duke, East Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Virginia, West Virginia, Illinois, and Michigan. Fuller has interest in USC and Clemson and has visited both institutions. “I camped at Clemson last year,” said Fuller. “It’s a nice place with nice coaches. I’ve been to South Carolina last year and this year. I like their coaching staff a lot and I like that they keep getting better.” Fuller says he plans to take in a spring practice in Columbia and could go to Clemson and North Carolina as well. He is considering attending camp at USC this summer. As a junior, Fuller caught 77 passes for over 840 yards and 16 touchdowns. He does not have a favorite.
DL-TE Jeff Savage (6-4 260) of Smackover, AK has been invited to and will attend a junior day at Clemson on April 9th. “I know they play in the ACC and I know they’re in South Carolina,” said Savage. “I’m a big fan of Da’Quan Bowers and his technique.” Savage has an offer from Missouri State and is hearing from Clemson, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Texas, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, and Samford. He has visited Mississippi State and really likes the program. “They are winning,” he said. “I like their campus. It’s really easy to navigate. Bulldog defensive coordinator Chris Wilson is his cousin. “My whole family went with me to Starkville,” said Savage. Savage has plans to attend the spring game at Arkansas and is going to visit Missouri State, Louisiana Tech, and Arkansas State. As a junior, Savage totaled 64 tackles, 17 for loss, six sacks, and two forced fumbles. He had 29 receptions for 328 yards and three touchdowns. Though he did not name any favorites, he says he is high on Mississippi State.
QB Chad Kelly (6-3 205) of Buffalo, the nephew of former Miami University and Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, has offers from Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, Rutgers, Buffalo, Cincinnati, and Western Michigan. He is hoping to receive another this evening. “I’m heading over to my uncle’s house right now to call Miami,” said Kelly. “Hopefully….hopefully, they will make an offer.” Other schools showing interest include Tennessee, UConn, Florida, and Michigan State. Kelly says he would also like to hear from USC. “They’re a real good school,” he said. “I’m hoping they offer.” He has visited Pitt and Penn State and attended junior day at Buffalo. Clemson made their offer to Kelly last week. “I’m real excited,” he said. “I’ve already talked to Coach (Chad) Morris and he told me that if I want to play in the NFL, their system is perfect for me.” He is considering attending the Tigers spring game. As a junior, Kelly became the first player in New York State history to throw for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in the same season. He threw for 24 touchdowns and rushed for 15. Kelly does not have a favorite. “I just want to visit some schools and find the right one for me,” he said. “The right fit, the right atmosphere, and the right offense.”