Virginia Football Remains In The Running For Rouse, Jakes, & Vimahi

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Two class of 2019 recruits announced their finalists this week while a third announced his list of top schools. All three rising seniors have Virginia on their respective lists.

We begin with Rivals and 247Sports 4-star offensive tackle Enokk Vimahi, who took to Twitter on July 4 to reveal his top 8 schools. He notes in the tweet that the “list is subject to change.” For now, though, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, UCLA, USC, Virginia, and Washington are the primary contenders for the 6’5”, 280-pound prospect’s signature.

Vimahi attends Hawaii power Kahuku High School, which produced two Virginia recruits in the 2018 Class – defensive lineman Samson Reed and offensive lineman Micah Mariteragi.

Of the schools on his list, we know Vimahi has taken unofficial visits to USC and Ole Miss.

Maryland WR Down To 3, Reveals Decision Timetable

St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, MD) wide receiver prospect Jordan Jakes announced his three finalists on July 4. The 6’4”, 195-pound rising senior, a Rivals and 247Sports 3-star recruit who attended Eagles Landing Christian Academy (Atlanta, GA) last season, will attend one of the following three schools: Indiana, Michigan, or Virginia. He plans to announce his commitment by August 17 at the latest.

Offensive Tackle Rouse Down To Final 10

On Friday (July 6), 6’6”, 285-pound rising senior offensive tackle Walter Rouse revealed his final 10 schools. In alphabetical order, the list includes Duke, Maryland, Michigan, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Stanford, Virginia, and Yale.

Rouse, who attends Sidwell Friends in Washington, D.C., is rated a 3-star prospect by both Rivals and 247Sports. He has taken an official visit to Northwestern and unofficial visits to every other school on his final list except for Michigan and Ohio State. Rouse has visited Virginia, which was the first school to offer, twice this year. He has visited Penn State three times.

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