Scout.com takes a look at what college programs visited which prospects during the two-week window in the state of New York.
Brooklyn Abraham Lincoln
Notre Dame, Syracuse, Florida and Penn State were all in to four-star defensive tackle Thomas Holley, who ended his recruitment last week with a commitment to Penn State.
Brooklyn Erasmus Hall
Ohio State was in to see receiver commit Curtis Samuel, and Stony Brook was at the school to check on running back commit Khalil Lewin.
Rochester (N.Y.) East
Connecticut, Buffalo and Old Dominion came in to see receiver Justin Noye, who decommitted from UConn and switched his commitment to Old Dominion.
Pittsford (N.Y.) High
Old Dominion was at Pittsford to check in on offensive tackle commit Charlie Shuman.
It was a busy place as schools flocked to see four-star tight end/defensive end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. The school is also home to Pittsburgh running back commit Qadree Ollison and tight end/defensive end and UTEP commit Augie Touris, and a few schools made the trek to northern New York.
New Rochelle (N.Y.) High
Northwestern and Rutgers were in to see class of 2015 running back Jonathan Forrest, who made several visits to Rutgers during the season.
Rochester (N.Y) Gates-Chili
Syracuse stopped by Gates-Chili to see class of 2016 quarterback Isaiah Brown while Rutgers was through to check on offensive line commit Jacquis Webb.
Camilus (N.Y.) West Genesee
Syracuse was at the school to check on running back commit Naesean Howard.
Newark (N.Y.) High
Receiver Micah Wright was visited by Buffalo and FCS programs Maine and Albany.
Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) High
Pittsburgh came through to check on safety commit Jalen Williams, and also to check in on class of 2015 receiver Davonte Hamilton. Georgia Tech was also at the school.
Long Beach (N.Y.) High
Rutgers was on Long Island to see offensive guard commit Tariq Cole.
Staten Island (N.Y.) St. Joseph's By the Sea
Things are quiet for defensive tackle and Rutgers commit Pete Mokwuah. The Scarlet Knights visited, but he said no other schools came in.
Scout.com's Mike McAllister contributed to this report