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MWC Recruiting Roundup 3-16-20

Offers are still going out during this time.

NCAA Football: Cheez-It Bowl-Air Force vs Washington State Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Another week, another recruiting roundup.

Thankfully, offers are still being handed out (but not physically, don’t worry) from schools to recruits, at least for now. The new mandated dead period may bring that to a halt but we will carry on as long as we can. This week, it was Air Force who led the way with offers and thus they are displayed in the photo.

Class of 2021 Cover Photo Total:

  • Air Force: 1
  • Hawaii: 1
  • UNLV: 1

Recruiting Calendar:

From March 1st until April 14th, we are in the time known as the Quiet Period. New offers will still go out and recruits may take unofficial visits to a college campus. What you will see most often are teams hosting Junior Days. From NCAAsports.org:

The NCAA defines the quiet period as a time when “a college coach may not have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents off the college campus and may not watch student-athletes compete or visit their high school.” To break it down, the NCAA Quiet Period is a time you can talk to college coaches in-person on their college campus. However, the coach is not allowed to watch athletes compete in-person, visit their school, talk to them at their home—or talk to them anywhere outside of the college campus. The goal of this period is to give elite recruits a break from getting visited by college coaches at their games and at their home. For average recruits, this time will feel like a contact period. You can still text, call, email or direct message coaches during this time—and you should be reaching out to stay proactive in your recruiting.

As of Friday the 13th, we are in a mandatory Dead Period.

Recruiting Updates:

Offers

  • WR/DB Rex Connors was offered by Air Force
  • DL Darrion Dalton was offered by Air Force
  • TE Gunnar Greenwald was offered by Air Force
  • LB Kaleb Elarms Orr was offered by Air Force
  • DL Trevyn Heil was offered by Air Force
  • RB/LB Djouvensky Schlenbaker by Air Force
  • DB Devonta Smith by Air Force
  • DE Josh McCarron was offered by Air Force and Nevada
  • RB Julius Loughridge was offered by Colorado State
  • OL/DL Coco Lukrich was offered by Colorado State
  • TE/DE Shaun Grayson was offered by Fresno State
  • WR/DB Damir Abdullah was offered by Fresno State and New Mexico
  • WR Ezavier Staples was offered by Hawaii
  • LB Oge Feo was offered by Hawaii
  • ATH Jeffrey Bassa was offered by Hawaii
  • QB Mikey Keene was offered by Nevada
  • ATH Dominic Oliver was offered by Nevada and Utah State
  • LB/RB DJ Fryar was offered by Nevada
  • LB/TE Jack Kelly was offered by Nevada
  • TE Scott Giuliano was offered by Nevada
  • TE/DE Christian Pedersen was offered by Nevada, SDSU and Utah State
  • DE/TE Andrew Edson was offered by Nevada and Wyoming
  • QB/DE Jalan Early was offered by New Mexico
  • TE Marlin Klein was offered by New Mexico
  • TE Jed Castles was offered by New Mexico
  • TE Jacob Trussell was offered by New Mexico
  • TE Carsen Ryan was offered by New Mexico
  • OL/DL Rogelio Carreon was offered by New Mexico
  • LB/TE Will Schweitzer was offered by SDSU
  • WR Makai Cope was offered by SDSU
  • TE J.T. Byrne was offered by SDSU and Utah State
  • OL Mason Randolph was offered by Utah State
  • OL Ryan Lange was offered by Utah State
  • ATH Vince Nunley was offered by Utah State
  • 2022 WR/DB Hassan Mahasin was offered by Utah State
  • RB Brandon Epton Jr was offered by Wyoming
  • DT Jacob Schuster was offered by Wyoming
  • QB Heinrich Haarberg was offered by Wyoming

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