"Yes, Silvester committed to CSU," confirmed the South Oak Cliff recruiting coordinator.
Hayes gives the Rams a very significant addition. He picked the school over offers from schools like Toledo and Texas Tech amongst others. Hayes is rated as a Scout.com three-star prospect, the No. 69 defensive end nationally.
It was pretty big news when Jovan Pruitt, a 6-foot-6, 280-pound defensive tackle confirmed via Twitter that he would be taking official visits to other programs.
I'm still gonna take all 5 of my officials.... #1 Arkansas #2 OU #3 Baylor #4 Florida #5 To Be Announced— Jovan Pruitt (@Follow_MyL3ad) October 17, 2013
With the release of the news he has been readjusted in the database to reflect a "soft verbal" to the Razorbacks.
Myles Garrett, a 6-foot-4, 245-pound defensive end from Arlington (Texas) Martin is set to make his announcement at the beginning of next week.
He will take a trip to Texas A&M this weekend to see the Aggies take on LSU and then select, likely during a Monday press conference, from a list of five finalists: Florida State, Alabama, Ohio State, TCU and Texas A&M.
"I got a place where I am going to play outstanding football, somewhere that is going to take me where I want to go educationally," Garrett informed in a recent interview with Scout.com.
Garrett informed that he wants to be a Paleontologist.
"He brings a level of versatility being able to play anywhere in the secondary," Scout.com Texas Analyst Ahmard Vital said of Kalu's strengths as as a recruit.
In addition to his versatility, Kalu brings something extra to the table. He plays in a program that is stacked with potential recruiting targets.
The past two classes at Taylor High have produced nine D1 targets and more are in line in 2015 and 2016.