Only a few reported visits this weekend as teams start wrapping up their 2013 recruiting efforts and begin getting ready for the 2014 campaign. Here are the latest reports.
George Adeosun: Adeosun is an OL from Alpharetta, Georgia. Adeosun is the teammate of Josh Dobbs, who is currently committed to ASU but is looking around at Tennessee and Clemson. Adeosun got an offer from the Sun Devils in an attempt to probably try and keep Dobbs committed, but Tennessee, Georgia Tech and Georgia have also offered too. It'll be tough competition to get Adeosun and
Davin Bellamy: The former Florida State commit is looking around and will pick between Georgia, Oregon, and Tennesee on National Signing Day. Bellamy had an in-home with Georgia earlier this week and it might be tough to see him leave the South, but the Ducks alraeady managed to land one recruit out of Georgia this week.
Johnny Ragin: Ragin is another recruit the Ducks are trying to flip at the last second. Ragin has already flipped once from BYU to Cal after he was impressed with what the Bears had to offer on his official, but then his supposed dream school in Eugene finally showed him interest. Is it too little, too late or will Ragin be receptive enough to change his mind again?
Thomas Tyner: Tyner has taken so many unofficial visits to Eugene this hardly should register as a blip. Tyner has been committed to the Ducks a long tiime and shows no intention of backing out. He'll be in Oregon's backfield next season.
Tyree Robinson & Tyrell Robinson: This is probably the biggest visit of the weekend, as the Robinson twins are pretty impressive athletes who could contribute in a variety of ways. The current Oregon commits have been floating around since the departure of Chip Kelly and the Huskies seem like the biggest contenders to land them if they don't stick. Oregon is probably still the favorite but keep a close eye out.
Bierria is another one of those defensive stalwarts Justin Wilcox would love to have out there. Bierria is probably an Oregon State lean right now but Washington could be in the final two so they're at least in the mix.
This would be a coup if we've ever seen one. Don't expect the Utes to get more than passing interest but the official has to be nice. Expect this to go down to USC-UCLA, with Notre Dame a dark horse and Utah well behind.
Other visitor rumors
Myles Jack is supposedly not visiting anywhere. Washington was rumored to be in the mix somewhere, and Georgia offered late. But he's solid to UCLA.
Eddie Vanderdoes is enjoying Alabama right now. They are probably a distant contender here behind USC, UCLA, and Notre Dame.
Reports of whether Nico Falah is or is not in Washington on an unofficial visit are unconfirmed.