The number of five- and four-star prospects in Florida this weekend could reach double digits, making it the biggest recruiting weekend of the year for the Gators. But are many of the uncommitted players leaning toward Florida or does coach Urban Meyer and his staff have some catching up to do?
Five-star linebacker Jelani Jenkins headlines a big weekend at Penn State.
Read on for the inside scoop on those story lines and more from the big weekends across the country.
Five-star linebacker Vontaze Burfict committed to the USC Trojans almost 11 months ago, but he will be headlining a group of visitors to Arizona State this weekend and will likely make a final decision between the Sun Devils and Trojans after the visit.
Auburn is expected to host at least 11 visitors this weekend including a former five-star WR that previously signed with LSU. It is a big recruiting weekend that includes three prospects from Texas and two of the state of Alabama's top prospects.
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This weekend, several still yet uncommitted prospects will be making the trip to Waco to check out the Baylor campus on official visits, including three-star standout wide receiver Skyler Scott, a player who the Baylor coaching staff believes could have an immediate impact his first year on campus.
• Important weekend at Baylor
Clemson was one of the first programs to jump on Gadsden (Ala.) Gadsden City wide receiver Kendall Kelly and the four-star prospect has kept the Tigers in his lead group since the outset of his recruiting. He has taken multiple trips to the campus and he'll get another look at the Tigers this weekend.
• Four-star WR to visit Clemson
Rivals250 prospect Dontae Aycock visited Georgia Tech on a couple occasions last spring and summer, but he'll get the grand tour this weekend when he takes his long-awaited official visit.
• Aycock ready for GT visit
San Antonio (Texas) Warren safety Joseph Bonugli is set to travel to see the program that Bill Snyder and his staff are building at Kansas State. He'll be part of a big group of prospects in Manhattan to check out the K-State program.
• Texas safety making his way to Manhattan
Joe Evinger, a 6-7, 340-pound offensive lineman from Sequoia (Calif.) College of the Canyons will make an official visit to Louisville this weekend. Evinger is one of two four-star JUCO prospects scheduled to see Louisville.
• Evinger set for Louisville visit
It is the last big visit weekend for N.C. State as the Wolfpack tries to put the finishing touches on their 2009 recruiting class. Can they convince Rock Hil (S.C.) High TE Asa Watson or Clemson LB commit Quandon Christian to join the Pack?
One of the newer prospects to emerge on the OSU radar over the past few weeks is Houston wide receiver prospect Ja-Mes Logan. He'll be among the list of prospects visiting Stillwater this weekend.
• Logan to visit Oklahoma State
It's Show Time for Lane Kiffin and the still-under-construction Tennessee coaching staff. Signing Day is fast approaching and the Vols are welcoming in their first big crop of official visitors. The list currently stands at nine guests, headed by Peter White, the nation's No. 4 offensive guard.
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