Devonte Dunn (DT), Nazareth Academy
Nazareth Academy once again has DI level talent in the Class of 2017. Dunn (6-foot-1, 275 pounds) is one of those names who's starting to see their recruiting stock on the rise.
"I've been hearing from Indiana State along with NC State, Purdue, Toledo, Michigan State, Iowa and Iowa State so far," Dunn said. "They all want me to stay in touch with them and they have all invited me to come out and see a game this season. I'm going to visit Iowa State next weekend and then Purdue the following week."
Ivory Kelly-Martin (RB), Nazareth Academy
Kelly-Martin (5-foot-10, 174 pounds), who's older brother Decxavier Kelly-Martin is at Illinois State, visited Wisconsin recently and has more visits planned this fall.
"I'm going to Purdue soon and then Iowa State the following week, and then Vanderbilt after that," Kelly-Martin said. "I think Iowa State could offer me pretty soon, they just want to get me on campus. Northwestern and Virginia are also there."
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John Ivlow (OG), Bolingbrook
Bolingbrook has a very familiar name on the offensive line in Ivlow (6-foot-3, 285 pounds). Ivlow, who is the son of Bolingbrook head coach John Ivlow, has been starting to draw some recruiting interest this season.
"I've been hearing from both Duke and Purdue," Ivlow said. "The coaches at both schools have been just in touch and I've called them back and talked a bit on the phone. I send them my highlight video each week and they also talk about me staying in touch."
Ivlow, who has been on the Raiders sideline since he was a ball boy at the age of five, also talked about playing for his dad.
"It was a dream of mine to play for my dad and to play at Bolingbrook with all of the tradition at the school. My dad can be hard on me at times but that's why I wanted to play for him because I know he's pushing me to be better."
Brendan O'Hara (ILB) Providence Catholic
O'Hara (6-foot-2, 210 pounds) has drawn recruiting interest from several Ivy League schools this fall, but Illinois is still in play for him.
"I visited Illinois a few weeks ago and that went well," O'Hara said. "Coach (Mike) Ward from Illinois really likes my senior tape and Illinois is still looking for one more linebacker in this class. I just like Illinois quite a bit. They offer a great education, they are close to home and I also like the coaches at Illinois. They want me to stay in touch and they are still calling me quite a bit as well so we'll see what happens."
Chris Katrenick (QB), Jacobs
Katrenick (6-foot-2, 200 pounds) has remained in high-demand this fall and plans to make more unofficial visits.
"I'm planning to visit Northwestern, Michigan State, Indiana and Wisconsin soon," Katrenick said. "I already have visited Notre Dame and I've been to Indiana and Wisconsin. It's been mainly the Big Ten and MAC schools that have been interested. Kentucky and Missouri also a few others showing interested now. Penn State, Wisconsin, Indiana, Northwestern and Michigan State have really picked things up."
Katrenick has a scholarship offer from Virginia.