LB Tommy Sanders of Butler County JC, KS had planned to announce his college decision Wednesday at 6:00 PM with USC, Ohio State and Texas A&M the finalists. Apparently, Sanders’ father didn’t get the memo. According to the A&M 247.com website, the father said tonight Sanders will sign with the Aggies. Taylor Hamm of Gigem247.com later talked to Sanders and confirmed the commitment.
DL Montravius Adams of Vienna, GA saw his season end with a loss in the 1A state championship game. Now, Adams is ready to focus his attention on the next step in his recruiting, and that’s deciding on his five official visits. “I two to three days I’ll have my top five,” Adams said Monday afternoon. “Clemson probably will be in there.” Adams said he will schedule his official visits with those five schools. Monday Adams took phone calls from North Carolina, Auburn and Ole Miss. He will wait until Signing Day to make his announcement.
RB David Williams of Philadelphia has taken an official visit to Arizona State and has one scheduled for USC on January 19th. His coach said last week Williams has set up two more trips. He will go to Penn State January 12th and to Miami January 26th. Ohio State is also making a push for Williams and could get a visit in January.
DE Robert Nkemdiche of Grayson, GA, who is writing a recruiting diary for ESPN, wrote in his most recent entry that he has a top four of LSU, Ole Miss, Alabama and Clemson. Nkemdiche, who had said Ole Miss was his favorite after he decommitted from Clemson in early November, now says that’s not necessarily the case. He will begin his official visits after he plays in the Under Armour Game with two of the trips going to LSU and Oregon. He said he’s not sure if Ole Miss, Alabama and Clemson will get official visits. He has visited each unofficially.
DB/LB Logan Sedergren (6-2 190) of Concord, NC is waiting on his first offer with interest from Clemson, North Carolina, NC State, Duke, Wake Forest, Oklahoma, Missouri, Western Carolina, Appalachian State, Old Dominion, Harvard and Yale among others. He listed Clemson and Duke as his early favorites. “I went to Clemson for the Georgia Tech game and their atmosphere is ridiculous,” said Sedergren. “The way the fans do their chants together and stuff like that…I don’t think their is a fan base that knows more about their team.” Sedergren says the Tiger coaching staff has been encouraging. “They just told me to keep getting bigger and stronger…to keep doing what I’m doing,” he said. Sedergren attended Duke’s home win over UNC this season as well. “It was really cool,” he said. “The fans rushed the field and it was a great environment.” Sedergren is beginning to schedule his junior day visits and has been invited to try out for an all-star game in California. As a junior he led his team with 145 tackles adding 18 for loss. He estimated that he had nine sacks with two interceptions. Sedergren did not name a leader.