Clater is a 3-star WR out of Fort Worth, Texas. He reported multiple FCS offers as well as reported offers from Nevada and UMass.
Harvey’s other reported offers came from Buffalo and NIU. The Wisconsin native stands at 6-foot-3 weighing 210 pounds.
3-star DB Geno Stone is beginning to draw some interest from P5 programs. He will take a visit to Michigan State this upcoming weekend. Iowa is the other B1G program that has been showing interest in Stone.
QB commit Nate Wieland was planning on visiting Iowa this weekend, however he cancelled the trip at the last minute. Iowa is recruiting him to play linebacker, while NIU wants him to play QB for them. This sounds like a similar situation to 2015 QB/ATH Alec Ingold who was a longtime NIU QB commit before eventually signing with Wisconsin, he’s now their starting fullback. It would be huge for NIU’s QB depth for them to sign both Hall and Wieland (Hall is already on campus as an early enrollee).
King was committed to West Virginia at one point. He chose the Rockets over reported offers from Boston College, and six MAC program. King is a local product as he currently attends St. Vincent-St. Mary’s
Patterson is another 3-star recruit who committed to Toledo over the weekend. Patterson has an extremely impressive list of reported offers which includes Louisville, Auburn, Cal, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.
With the addition of Patterson came the subtraction of 3-star WR Trent Cloud from this year’s class. Cloud received an offer from Cincinnati earlier in the month.
Former Louisville commit Joey Palmer officially visited the Toledo campus over the weekend. The JUCO offensive tackle, who graduated from Sheridan High School in Thornville, Ohio, has offers from not just the Rockets, but also programs such as Florida Atlantic, Nevada, and East Carolina to name a few.
3-star OL Zendon Dellinger flipped from Cincinnati to WMU. At 6-foot-7 280 pounds, he is going to be a tough guy to match up against at the next level.
We wrote about Goddard and his WMU offer last week, knowing it was likely he would later commit. Goddard could be a diamond in the rough, especially under Tim Lester’s tutelage.