The list of more that two dozen prospects headed to Arkansas this weekend includes several who are currently committed to other programs. The Razorbacks will get some recruiting help from Arkansas commits such as Gilbert (Ariz.) Higley athlete Kelvin Fisher Jr..
• Fisher ready for visit
Following his three-day stay at Clemson's camp, five-star linebacker Tony Steward exited with Clemson as his leader. Things have since evolved into a two-team war between the Tigers and Florida State, his previous leader. Steward is making his first return to Clemson since that experience to take part in a huge recruiting weekend.
• Steward returns to Clemson
• Jerell Adams to check out Clemson
After verbally committing to Arizona State last April, Rashad Wadood did not field calls from other colleges until recently. New scholarship offers from Colorado and Miami have piqued his interest. The three-star cornerback will be among the visitors to Colorado this weekend.
• Wadood plans to visit Colorado and Miami
Florida State is set to host West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer tight end Nick O'Leary and several other recruits for official and unofficial visits this weekend. Warchant.com has a rundown of the prospects expected on campus this weekend and FSU's chances with each.
• Florida State visitor weekend preview
One of the surprising names headed to Louisville this weekend for the Cardinals' biggest recruiting visit weekend of the year hails from Gadsden, Ala., and had previously given a verbal commitment to Louisville's biggest rival. Another surprise is his teammate who verballed to another SEC school last March.
• Alabama teammates visiting Louisville
Four-star DE Ray Drew wasn't considering Miami as a likely destination entering this week. But after UM came calling on Wednesday with an offer for an official visit, he packed his bags and is on his way to Coral Gables.
• DE makes last-minute visit plans for UM
Philadelphia, Miss., linebacker C.J. Johnson decided to de-commit from Mississippi State the same day defensive coordinator Manny Diaz left for the same position at Texas. He is on the big visit list for Mississippi State this weekend and plans to visit Ole Miss and LSU this month.
• Johnson talks recruiting
Slated to be one of 22 official visitors this weekend at Oklahoma State, current Texas Tech commitment DeAndre Washington still appears to be a top offensive target for the Cowboy coaching staff.
• Washington set to visit OSU
The potential list of visitors set to see Oregon State this weekend is shaping up to be a good one and includes a trio of Army All-American defensive linemen. The Beavers will have a chance to impress Tempe (Ariz.) Corona Del Sol DT Todd Peat Jr., Sacramento (Calif.) Grant DT Viliami Moala and Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis DE Juda Parker.
Texas Tech will be hosting 10 known official visitors this weekend. It is a list that includes some top targets who are uncommitted or currently committed elsewhere, such as Lawton (Okla.) linebacker Jabral Johnson who is currently committed to Oregon State.
• Previewing Tech's 10 visitors
The Bruins are embarking on a pretty big recruiting weekend. They are hosting four players who are committed to UCLA and as many as nine other players, including Encino (Calif.) Crespi WR Devin Lucien.
• UCLA recruiting weekend preview
Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian running back Andrew Buie is officially visiting West Virginia this weekend and has something of a Mountaineer connection. Will it be enough to close the deal with the four-star prospect?
• Four-star with a connection