It's a who's who for Florida State this weekend when talking prospects expected to be in Tallahassee.
There will be many unofficial visitors on hand from the 2014, 2015, and 2016 classes, but their official visit list is an impressive one as well.
It is a national list (Five-stars Adoree Jackson and Joe Mixon both visiting officially from California), but out of the Southeast, Josh Malone, the top prospect in Tennessee and Kentavius Street will headline the list.
Malone is coming off an official visit to Ohio State last weekend and he visited Georgia and Tennessee before that. He still has an official visit to Clemson later this month before he announces his decision early in December.
Street is originally from south Georgia and his father is a big FSU fan. The Seminoles have been on Street's list from the beginning and it has some ground to make up. North Carolina State took an early lead here and the Wolfpack is still the school all are chasing.
Make sure you stay tuned to NoleDigest.com for in-depth coverage of the Miami game and the recruiting weekend.
Bo on the Go
No. 6 running back in the country Bo Scarbrough did return to Alabama last weekend on an unofficial visit, but he is back on the road away from Tuscaloosa this weekend.
UCLA will be who he visits this weekend.
Ole Miss had him on their campus early in October and Notre Dame was the school he tripped to officially two weeks ago.
Scarbrough still states he is a strong commitment to Alabama, but he is giving plenty of other schools a chance to change his mind.
Word on the street has been that Ole Miss made a big push, but the visit to Notre Dame didn't go as well as expected.
UCLA will have their shot this weekend and you can in the know about his visit and all other UCLA recruiting storylines at BruinReportOnline.com.
Keep an eye on Kyle Gibson as he visits Michigan State this weekend.
The versatile defensive back out of Seffner (Fla.) Armwood is a longtime Vanderbilt commitment, but the Spartans have made a push in recent weeks.
Gibson is a 6-foot tall defensive back who could play corner or free safety on the next level.
Sleeper wide receiver Will Dawkins out of Vero Beach (Fla.) and three-star athlete T.J. Harrell from Tampa (Fla.) Tampa Catholic are both visiting East Lansing this weekend too.
Check out SpartanDigest.com for the latest.
Gator Commit on Another SEC Campus
There has been a lot of chatter about Dalvin Cook and Florida State, but the Florida commitment will be at Arkansas this weekend.
The Scout 100 back out of Miami (Fla.) Central was a Clemson commitment very early in the process, but flipped to Florida back in April?
Could he flip again? Cook continues to tell all that UF is his school, but he has not completely shut the door.
Arkansas went into South Florida a year ago and stole Alex Collins from the Hurricanes. Could the Hogs do the same to Florida?
There seems to be more talk about Cook and the 'Noles at this time, but Arkansas will try to work their magic in the coming days.
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Four-star RB Visiting Raleigh
The Pack is in this race and it has its chance to move up for Derrell Scott this weekend.
South Carolina has been viewed by most as the leader for Scott, a four-star running back out of Havelock (N.C.), but North Carolina State and Tennessee are two schools very much in this race too.
Scott is scheduled to visit N.C. State this weekend and it is big for he and the Wolfpack as Scott closes in on his decision.
He has his official visit to South Carolina later this month, so this makes this visit even bigger for head coach Dave Doeren and company this weekend.
The site that breaks all the Wolfpack news is PackPride.com, so make sure you check it out.