Amir Watts (DT), Phillips
The senior three-star defensive tackle has set up his first official visit to Syracuse.
"I want to see how the people are down there," Watts said. "I know it is a good program football-wise and academically."
Watts (6-foot-3, 260 pounds) previously named a list of his Top 6 schools which include Syracuse, Kansas, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Tennessee. Watts is expected to take at least a handful of his allowed five official visits when his high school football season concludes.
Ricky Smalling (WR), Brother Rice
The junior three-star wide receiver already has a Wisconsin offer and made a recent unofficial visit to Madison.
"That was my first college game in person," Smalling said. "It was great. The student section was great and the atmosphere was amazing."
Smalling (6-foot-1, 190 pounds), who also holds offers from Illinois and Virginia, is planning a visit to Champaign on Oct. 24 when the Fighting Illini host Wisconsin.
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Jeremy Fejedelem (S), Lemont
Fejedelem gave Air Force his verbal commitment.
I had a great visit and just loved the academy," Fejedelem said. "The overall benefits of going to the Air Force Academy after graduation is just too hard to pass up. Air Force offers a great education and just a ton of post graduation benefits. I also really liked the campus and the facilities at Air Force."
Fejedelem (5-foot-11, 190 pounds) is the younger brother of current Illinois senior safety Clayton Fejedelem.
Matt Norton (TE), Stevenson
Norton (6-foot-6, 235 pounds) was starting to see more and more DI schools taking notice of him this fall, but on Tuesday evening he decided to end his recruiting process and give Penn his verbal commitment.
"I just loved it at Penn on my visit," Norton said. "It's more of an urban campus in Philadelphia and it's exactly what I was looking for in a school. I was able to get to know the coaches and the players and everyone was great. I'm planning to to major in business and Penn offers a world class education and an amazing business program."