Another week, another recruiting roundup.
Thankfully, offers are still being handed out (but not physically, don’t worry) from schools to recruits. This week, there were 89 offers handed out, and 10 of the 12 teams were responsible for those offers. Even some 2023 offers were announced by recruits. Again, New Mexico led the way with 23 new offers as well as three new commitments.
The Lobos recruiting efforts under Gonzales and his staff have been nothing short of a revelation. It was barely an afterthought in the prior regime but now it is easy to see it’s the lifeblood of the new rebuilding program. They are handing out tons of offers, which can sometimes have mixed results, but with six verbal commitments already, it is clear the offers are more the result of hard-working relationships than lip-service offers.
Class of 2021 Cover Photo Total:
- New Mexico: 4
- UNLV: 2
- Air Force: 1
- Hawaii: 1
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.
Update: The dead period has been extended until May 31st.
- DE Tyler Kiehne was offered by Boise State
- RB Cam Barfield was offered by Colorado State
- WR/DB Kaylin Moore was offered by Colorado State
- WR/DB Alonzo Fontenette was offered by Colorado State
- LB/TE Jake Schmitt was offered by Colorado State
- DB?WR Alzillion Hamilton was offered by Fresno State
- OL Josh Simmons was offered by Hawaii
- OL Chace Davis was offered by Nevada
- DL Stone Mulitalo was offered by Nevada
- OL/DL Thomas Bouda was offered by Nevada
- JUCO LB Craig Francois was offered by Nevada
- 2023 ATH Kavaughn Clark was offered by Nevada
- QB Evan Olaes was offered by New Mexico
- LB Willie Simmons was offered by New Mexico
- DE JJ Uphold was offered by New Mexico
- WR Dre Spriggs was offered by New Mexico
- WR/DB Jessie Campbell III was offered by New Mexico
- LB Patrick Turner was offered by New Mexico
- DE Clay Nanke was offered by New Mexico
- OL Aidan Kinnaird was offered by New Mexico
- OL Seaburn Hines IV was offered by New Mexico
- OL Jacoby Jackson was offered by New Mexico
- WR/DB Darren Barkins was offered by New Mexico and SDSU
- JUCO OL Sebastian Sias was offered by New Mexico
- DB Darrien Stewart was offered by SDSU
- QB Trevian Tribble was offered by SJSU
- ATH Bentley Redden was offered by SJSU
- LB Andrew Simpson was offered by SJSU
- ATH Milton Hopkins was offered by SJSU
- RB Logan Kraut was offered by SJSU and UNLV
- 2023 WR/DB Jurrion Dickey was offered by SJSU
- TE/DE Carlton Brown III was offered by UNLV
- DE Zack Buckey was offered by UNLV
- RB Jordan Hornbeak was offered by UNLV
- OL Ilasia Gonebure was offered by UNLV
- DB O’Mega Blake was offered by UNLV
- ATH Josh Long was offered by UNLV
- QB Jaylen Henderson was offered by Utah State
- OL Isaiah Sillemon committed to New Mexico
- OL Larry Luna committed to New Mexico
- JUCO OL Sebastian Sias committed to New Mexico
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