West Recruiting Notebook
Noles Land Henry
A Top 50 player in his class, Henry is one of the top signal-callers in the country.
Henry’s commitment to the Noles comes on the heels of them getting verbals from a couple of quarterbacks in this class.
"I felt comfortable around coach Jimbo Fisher," Henry told NoleDigest.com "I think he’s a great quarterback coach."
Henry plans to play baseball for the Seminoles too, much like current quarterback/baseball player Jameis Winston.
For more on Henry, check out Scout’s Commitment Analysis.
Big Weekend for the Broncos
Boise State will have a big visit weekend, not just with 2015 official visitors but with some key 2016 targets.
San Gorgonio (Calif.) safety Nathan Meadors will also be visiting the Broncos officially this weekend.
A pair of JC defensive backs will be in, including Fullerton (Calif.) cornerbackMarnez Ogletree, who’s committed to the Broncos.
Joining him is Butler (Kansas) College safety Kameron Miles, a bounceback from Texas A&M, where he played for current defensive coordinator Marcel Yates.
Two 2016 prospects, who have Bronco offers, will be in Boise. Rohnert Park (Calif.) Rancho Cotate receiver/safety Chris Taylor-Yamanoha will be visiting unofficially.
And El Dorado Hills (Calif.) Oak Ridge quarterback Ian Book will also be checking out Boise State this weekend.
West Visitors Going National
Not many West Coast schools will host official visits this weekend, aside from Boise State, but a number of the West’s top prospects will be hitting the road.
Tua Tagovailoa – QB – Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis – 2017
When the best quarterback in college football this season is an alum, it helps future signal-callers. Tagovailoa is keeping the St. Louis tradition going, and picked up two more offers this week, from Hawaii and Texas Tech. UCLA had previously offered Tagovailoa, who is starting as a sophomore at the alma mater of Heisman Trophy candidate Marcus Mariota.