More Top Juniors Set To Visit UVa

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Time will tell just how successful Virginia February 18 junior day was, but the Hoos made inroads with some top targets in the class of 2013. One, in fact, plans on returning to Charlottesville tomorrow for what will be Virginia’s second junior day of the month. Read about this prospect and others we have confirmed for Saturday.

More Good Counsel Prospects Coming to Town

Virginia hosted three Good Counsel (Olney, MD) juniors on February 18, including 4-star linebacker Dorian O’Daniel , wide receiver Andre Levrone and defensive back Kirk Garner . According to Good Counsel football’s Twitter feed, four more Falcons juniors plan to be in Charlottesville tomorrow.

Of this group, the Cavaliers have offered defensive back Calvin “CJ” Jones and linebacker Marcel Ngachie . Linebacker Darien Carr and linebacker/safety Reggie McGee have not been offered. The 6’0″, 205-pound Carr is awaiting his first college offer, while McGee already boasts Mississippi State, N.C. State and Purdue.

Ngachie is waiting to see what other schools come through with offers, so he does not seem close to committing anywhere. Jones’ standing is less clear, so perhaps we’ll know more after the weekend.

Other Confirmed Visitors

Here is a look at other juniors confirmed for tomorrow, beginning with those with offers from Virginia: (This is not a complete list…just those we’ve confirmed so far.)

Alex Anzalone, LB, Wyomissing Area (Wyomissing, PA)

New Jersey’s Buddy Brown , O’Daniel, Woodberry Forest’s Doug Randolph and Briar Woods (Ashburn, VA) Scott Rolin were all on Grounds last week, and all are considered top prospects at the linebacker position. The 6’3″, 220-pound Anzalone is another top linebacker recruit. Since receiving his first offer on February 1, he has become a national recruit, boasting offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, South Carolina, Virginia and more. (Article

This won’t be an easy one to win,