Quincy Patterson (QB), Solorio
Junior three-star ranked quarterback Quincy Patterson (6-foot-3, 220 pounds) was able to add his first SEC offer from Mississippi State.
"It's great to get an offer from an SEC school like Mississippi State," Patterson said. "It's the same school that Dak Prescott came from definitely gives it that extra edge for me. I started to follow them about three years ago and kind of liked them ever since."
Patterson, who also added an offer late last week from Syracuse, now has offers from Illinois, Indiana, Northwestern, Penn State, New Mexico, in addition to Syracuse and Mississippi State.
Devin O'Rourke (DE), Lincoln-Way East
Junior four-star ranked defensive end Devin O'Rourke (6-foot-6, 230 pounds) made a recent gameday visit to Notre Dame.
"I went to Notre Dame for the Michigan State game and I had a great visit," O'Rourke said. "The overall history at Notre Dame definitely stood out on my visit along with the traditions with football at Notre Dame. The Notre Dame coaches just keep telling me to stay in contact with them and we talk on a regular basis about the school."
O'Rourke has remained in regular contact with Notre Dame along with Penn State, Michigan State, Iowa and Syracuse this fall. He plans to visit Michigan State soon for a game. O'Rourke has scholarship offers from Illinois, Iowa State, Northwestern, Central Michigan and Wisconsin.
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Josh Maize (DE), Deerfield
Senior three-star ranked defensive end Josh Maize (6-foot-4, 230 pounds) has been hitting the recruiting road hard over the past three weeks.
"I've been able to get out and visit Miami of Ohio, Purdue and Central Michigan the past three weekends," Maize said. "All three visits I made as unofficial visits. I haven't been able to see either Miami of Ohio or Purdue in person so it was good to get to see all three schools."
Maize, who has picked up recent interest from Syracuse, Penn State and Oklahoma, plans to make another unofficial visit to Toledo in two weeks.
Henry Marchese (WR), Stevenson
Senior wide receiver Henry Marchese (6-foot-3, 185 pounds) is having a terrific senior season for the Patriots (5-1) and head coach Bill McNamara. Sseveral Power 5 schools have noticed.
"Central Michigan, Iowa and Wisconsin all seem very interested," Marchese said. "All three schools also seem very close to offering me. I visited Wisconsin two weeks ago and Iowa last weekend. I'm also hoping to get out to see Central Michigan soon."
Marchese has also remained in regular contact with Michigan State, Illinois, Northwestern, Syracuse, Pitt and Virginia.