Weekend will be busy with critical official visits

The final phase of National Signature Day begins this weekend with the first round of official visits. While most players signed in December, there is still a group of top players who will be hitting the road this weekend.

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Jammarin Burt – Utah

Three-star Ocala (Florida) defensive back Forrest has been committed to Florida since late June, but when the new coaching staff came to Gainesville and cleared much of the recruiting class, Burt started looking around to the others.

Utah, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri and FAU are the new top five for Bert and this weekend he’ll see what Utes has to offer. She covered Utah, Florida in search of high-end talent before including this category with four-star RB Gaylon Glover, three-star WR Chris Reed and three-star DB Elijah Davis. Bert can make four.

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TJ Dudley – Florida

Dudley has been committed to Oregon since the summer and the ducks seemed to have won a lot in the Southeast but when Mario Cristobal Departing for Miami, the Montgomery (Alaa) Montgomery Catholic four-star quarterback has reopened his enlistment. The Gators will have a chance to hire him this weekend as coach Billy Napier And his crew makes their plans. Texas and Clemson are the most involved now.

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GRACEN HALTON – Miami

Halton committed to Oregon last January and has remained loyal ever since but the end of a four-star defense from San Diego (California) did not sign St. Augustine in December as the duck training change took place with Cristobal going to Miami and Oregon. And Lanning.

This weekend, Halton is expected to visit Miami to see what the Hurricanes have to offer. Halton loves Cristobal, but is committed to Oregon for a long time.

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Kivunty Henry – Oklahoma

Henry remains committed to Michigan but the three-star defensive end is expected to finish elsewhere with a visit to Oklahoma this weekend. Lawndale (California) star Leuzinger will probably make a midweek visit to USC and then take a trip to Florida but the Sooners will be the team to watch here if he likes his trip to Norman this weekend.

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Dave Yule – Miami

Ioli’s commitment to Oregon lasted until Christmas when he backed away from the ducks a few weeks after Cristobal moved to Miami. Now, the four-star offensive guard of Puyallup, Washington, is taking his trip to MIami this weekend and the Hurricanes could certainly make his commitment at some point before signing day. USC and Oregon could be the Pac-12 teams to watch, too.

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Kristen Miller – Oregon

Georgia and Ohio are Miller’s top candidates, but three are coming in the next three weekends starting in Oregon, followed by Florida A&M and Miami. Hurricanes may have the best chance of keeping him away from Buckeyes or Bulldogs but Miller loves Lanning so much that things will be fun if he really likes the ducks.

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Ahmed Mateen – Tennessee

Visits to Miami and Oklahoma are getting closer and both of which will be important to the four-star defensive tackle from Cardinal Gibbons in Fort Lauderdale, but the trip to Tennessee this weekend is also important. Defensive line coach Rodney Garner He and Moten have developed a relationship, and while there may be some other shows in the future, a weekend trip to Knoxville could be huge.

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Harold Perkins – Florida

The five-star quarterback committed to Texas A&M at the Under Armor Game just two weeks ago and the Aggies is still in great shape but Perkins will visit Florida this weekend and meet with LSU before finalizing his pick.

The Gators have been involved since Napier took over and Perkins was intrigued but they might be third now. The real threat might be LSU as he is a Louisiana native and grew up a fan of LSU.

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Jack Pepper – Auburn, Miami

It’s going to be a busy few days for the three-star defensive end of the Jacksonville (Florida) Bulls. Bjorn recently backtracked on his Minnesota pledge and will spend Friday and Saturday in Auburn and then Sunday and Monday in Miami. After these two visits, Pyburn should have a much better idea of ​​where his enlistment is headed because these two schools have been the most active since he reopened his enlistment last week.

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Shemar Stewart – Miami

The four-star high defensive end was supposed to visit Texas A&M this weekend in a sign that the Aggies were going further as they were considered the frontrunners. But it got really interesting when Monsignor Pace decided to visit Miami instead, with Cristobal and crew making Stewart a big priority to complete this chapter. Miami is a big player especially if the trip goes well this weekend.

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