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Recruiting Links, Oct. 25

Friday, October 25, 2013 9:58am
By: Brian Geisinger

We've had another big week of recruiting within The Footprint. There's a lot to cover, so let's get right into it.

Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes picked-up another big - literally, you guys - commitment: 6-4, 340 pound juco DT Michael Wyche.

Boston College is on the board for 2014: three-star point guard Matt Farrell committed to the Eagles this week.

Three-star cornerback Darious Latimore committed to the Virginia Cavaliers earlier this week, which made him the 11th player in Mike London's 2014 class.

According to Brick Oettinger, 2014's group of power forwards isn't as strong as previous classes.

Virginia Tech has offered 2016 LB Keion Joyner, who plays for powerhouse Havelock (N.C.) High. Joyner - only a sophomore - has now received offers from 10+ schools.

Here's an updated list from 247Sports.com of Clemson's 2014 remaining football targets.

Another top North Carolina football prospect has committed to an out-of-state school - shocker, right? Arthur Williams - a three-star two-way tackle - plans to play for Jeremy Pruitt's defense when he lands in Tallahassee.

A trio of five-star basketball recruits in the 2014 class - Tyus Jones, Jahlil Okafor, and Justise Winslow - will all visit Duke's campus this weekend. Jones and Okafor were in Lawrence last weekend to visit the Kansas Jayhawks.

Earlier this week, Trevon Hill - a 2015 defensive end - was offered a scholarship by the Virginia Tech Hokies, who are the leader in the clubhouse for the Virginia-native.

Three-star safety/linebacker Dexter Wright, who committed to NCSU in June, is pleased about where the Wolfpack are headed under first-year head coach Dave Doeren.

One of the top players in the state of North Carolina - three-star RB Rocky Reid (2015) - is ostensibly a UNC lean.

2014 Pitt Panther football commit running back Dennis Briggs' senior season is off to scintillating start.

Sticking with Pittsburgh: Qadree Ollison - a three-star tailback who committed to the Panthers back in September - has compiled 748 rushing yards in his first seven games of 2013.

2016 back Robert Washington - who hails from Huntersville, N.C. - has been offered by Syracuse, and is a fan of Scott Shafer and the Orange.

Duke's David Cutcliffe is known as a QB guru, and he has two more good ones coming in next season - Nicodem Pierre and Johnathan Lloyd.