Countdown to Signing Day: Part 2

Notice: Only variables should be passed by reference in /data/www/ on line 125
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

Less than one month until Signing Day 2006. Stay tuned to, as we will continue to provide regular updates on remaining targets as well as Countdown to Signing Day articles. Taking the place of the War Rooms for this month, the Countdown to Signing Day articles includes a brief summary of the class to date, recent developments and a look at the remaining targets still in play.

Recent News…


ATH Lucas Caparelli committed to Wake Forest

LB Jarrell Miller committed to UNC

Important visits for the weekend of January 13th-15th

DE/OL Bruce Campbell will make an official visit to Maryland and could decide soon after. MD and UVa are the two favorites.

DB Greg Davis will visit West Virginia. Tennessee may be the team to beat right now but I wouldn’t count out, or be surprised to see him choose, any of his final five (Nebraska, NCSU, TN, UVa, WVU). He visits Tennessee next weekend.

OL Hutch Eckerson will visit South Carolina. UVa remains on the outside looking in for Hutch.

TE/DL Dennis Godfrey will visit Clemson immediately followed by South Carolina. Don’t expect a decision until close to Signing Day. Godfrey has no clear favorites and will visit UVa next weekend.

CB James Nixon will make an official visit to Maryland. Nixon has visits to Penn State (20th) and U-Conn (27th) before a decision is likely to come.

DB Michael Parker is scheduled to go to Georgia Tech this weekend. He enjoyed his trip to Wake Forest last weekend, so Wake and UVa are high on his list right now. If he goes to GT, this will in all likelihood be his final official before a decision.

DL Gavin Smith will visit South Carolina. I don’t see South Carolina as a heavy threat right now and still feel the final decision will be between N.C. State and UVa. Smith visits UVa next weekend.

DL Johnnie Troutman will visit Maryland. PSU and OSU lead for Troutman, who will visit UVa next weekend before a decision is likely to come. UVa is third right now.