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MWC Recruiting Roundup 5-4-20

Team Recruiting Rankings.

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Another week, another recruiting roundup.

This week saw a big week of commitments, with eight new verbal commits in the Mountain West. Colorado State, and New Mexico had two each. Looking at offers, the Lobos had 8 while the Bulldogs and Rams each had 9 offers. Since the Ram tied or led in both categories, they take a turn on the cover photo this weekl

Also, a new month of recruiting rankings are out today.

Class of 2021 Cover Photo Total:

  • New Mexico: 4
  • UNLV: 2
  • Air Force: 1
  • Colorado State: 1
  • Hawaii: 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.

Update: The dead period has been extended until May 31st.

May Team Recruiting Rankings:

1) New Mexico: Most commits and quantity counts right now, so there aren’t many other commits to go around.

2) Colorado State: Second most commits, see above.

3) Utah State: Third most commits, see above above.

4) Fresno State: Fourth most commits, see above above above.

5) Boise State: Possibly the best individual commit at this point.

6) UNLV: Probably the next best commit.

7) SJSU: Continues to get sneaky good players.

8) SDSU: Got their future RB.

9) Hawaii: One commit so they get ranked.

10) Air Force: One commit so they get ranked,

11) Nevada: One commit so they get ranked.

12) Wyoming: No verbal commits yet, so they are ranked last.

Recruiting Updates:

Offers

  • LB DJ Fryar was offered by Boise State
  • DB Darren Barkins was offered by Boise State
  • LB Kaleb Elarms-Orr was offered by Boise State
  • TE Kameron Allen was offered by Boise State
  • WR Isaiah Newcombe was offered by Colorado State
  • DB/WR Tyler Gaskin was offered by Colorado State
  • WR Artez Hooker was offered by Colorado State
  • RB James Bohls was offered by Colorado State
  • OL/DL Marco Fugar was offered by Colorado State
  • DB Malik Rainey was offered by Colorado State
  • LB Dylan Hazen was offered by Colorado State
  • OL/DL Jalil Muhammad was offered by Colorado State
  • ATH Caleb Camarillo was offered by Colorado State
  • OL Braylen Nelson was offered by Fresno State
  • RB KeAmodre Horace was offered by Fresno State
  • OL Austyn Kauhi was offered by Fresno State and UNLV
  • WR/DB Emari Pait was offered by Fresno State
  • DB Seyi Oladipo was offered by Fresno State
  • RB Aaron Dumas was offered by Fresno State
  • LB Milton Hopkins was offered by Fresno State
  • RB Logan Kraut was offered by Fresno State and New Mexico
  • DE Zack Buckey was offered by Fresno State and Hawaii
  • OL Jaqavius Yates was offered by Hawaii
  • OL Nate Adams was offered by Hawaii
  • WR/DB Tsion Nunnally was offered by Hawaii
  • WR Lonyatta Alexnader was offered by Hawaii
  • DB Elisha Lloyd was offered by Hawaii
  • QB Brayden Schager was offered by Hawaii
  • OL Hunter Smith was offered by Hawaii
  • DE Dion Washington was offered by Nevada
  • DE Gabriel Johnson was offered by Nevada
  • QB/DB Cadillac Rhone was offered by New Mexico
  • DL Stone Mulitalo was offered by New Mexico
  • WR/DB Cole Batson was offered by New Mexico
  • WR/DB Donovan Dreighton was offered by New Mexico
  • DB TY Marsh was offered by New Mexico
  • TE Parker Menefee was offered by New Mexico
  • QB Jaylen Henderson was offered by New Mexico
  • LB Lawrence Falatea was offered by SDSU
  • DB/WR Robert Regan was offered by SDSU
  • WR/DB Nathan Lewis was offered by SJSU
  • WR Jalen Richmond was offered by SJSU
  • OL Christian Jones was offered by SJSU
  • DB/WR Kavon Baptiste was offered by SJSU and Utah State
  • WR/DB Assani Berkeley was offered by SJSU and UNLV
  • DB Kilinahe Mendiola-Jensen was offered by UNLV and Utah State
  • DL Jacob Tuioti was offered by UNLV
  • DE Dwight Togiola Jr was offered by UNLV
  • TE Jason Lloyd was offered by UNLV
  • JUCO DE Daniel Robledo was offered by UNLV
  • OL Logan Nobles was offered by Utah State
  • DB/WR Bryant Weekly was offered by Utah State
  • TE/DE Bentley Redden was offered by Utah State
  • JUCO WR Mason Starling was offered by Utah State

Commits

  • TE Drake Martinez committed to Colorado State
  • OL George Miki-Han committed to Colorado State
  • WR Malik Brooks committed to Fresno State
  • JUCO OL Andrew Canon committed to Nevada
  • DB Ronald Wilson committed to New Mexico
  • OL Isaiah Sillemon committed to New Mexico
  • WR Branden Alvarez committed to SJSU

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