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DB Ronald Geohaghan of Allendale-Fairfax has had recruiters from Clemson, Alabama, Illinois and Florida Atlantic come thru his school in recent weeks. NC State is due in Friday and USC next week. “The coaches are saying not to make an early decision,” Geohaghan said. “They said it’s my decision, it’s the only moment I can afford to be selfish. I have to evaluate all the schools and do what’s best for me.” Geohaghan plans to narrow his list in late June or July and decide on some favorites. He will camp this summer at USC and Clemson. “I kind of like both in state schools,” he said. “I’m going to evaluate both the best I can and make the best decision.” He also plans to visit North Carolina again this summer, and he plans to go up to Pittsburgh. Geohaghan was offered Thursday by Middle Tennessee State.
DB Chris Bivins (5-11 170) of Gainesville, FL added USC to his offer list last Thursday bringing his total to seven. His other offers are from South Florida, Marshall, Florida International, Utah, Temple and Memphis. “USC is in my top two or three,” Bivins said. “I don’t really have a list, but I know they’re on it. I’m going to wait to see who else offers me before I start narrowing my list.” Bivins is hearing from Nebraska, Arkansas, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. As for USC, “I know they have a lot of good defensive backs there,” Bivins said. “I know they got the number one recruit in the country, Jadaveon Clowney, and I know they whooped the Gators in The Swamp.” Bivins will receive visits from Nebraska, Arkansas, Kentucky and South Florida. He is hopeful Steve Spurrier will stop by as well. He received visits from Florida State, Colorado State and Marshall this week thus far. As a junior, he totaled 48 tackles, 4 interceptions returning one for a score and had a fumble recovery. He did not name a favorite.
OL Cody Waldrop (6-4 295) of Seffner, FL has USC, Georgia and Tennessee as his top three schools. He has offers from each. His other offers include LSU, Florida State, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Cincinnati. “I really like USC, “Waldrop said. “Of all of the offensive line coaches I have met, coach (Shawn) Elliott is my favorite. Their facilities are top notch and the people in South Carolina are great.” Waldrop has taken visit to all three of his favorites but will return for another to Columbia. “When I visited them the first time, it was pouring rain so I didn’t get to see much of the campus,” he said. “I saw everything I need to see at Georgia and Tennessee so I don’t know that I need to go back.” Waldrop likes Georgia and is very familiar with the program. “I have a lot of family from Georgia and they’re all Bulldogs,” he said. “I like their campus and how everything is close. They have a football-first mentality.” As for Tennessee he said, “I love the coaches and they treated me great on my visit. They’re finishing the new facilities and they’re going to be the best in the country.” He says all are even and he will not make a decision for some time.
OL Duaron Williams (6-4 295) of Orlando has drawn the interest of USC recruiter Jeep Hunter. “He was by my school and talked to my coach,” Williams said. “He said he liked my film and what I was doing.” Williams plays offensive tackle but is being recruited for guard. He can also play center. He has been offered by Ole Miss, Central Florida, South Florida, Temple, Rutgers and Louisville. Some other schools which have been by to check on him include Ohio State, LSU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Georgia. Williams has visited Florida State, Miami and Central Florida and wants to visit Rutgers and LSU. He does not have any favorites.
5-11 Asia Dozier of Spring Valley committed to USC Friday according to Bill Gunter of the BigSpur.com. Dozier is considered a top 50 national prospect. She averaged 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists last season. She’s the daughter of former USC player Perry Dozier and niece of former Gamecock Terry Dozier. She’s the second commitment for Dawn Staley for the 2012 class.