Recruiting Updates: Week of February 17th

This past week saw several updates for a plethora of recruits in the area in terms of college offers. It is always exciting to see what recruits get certain college offers from schools. As players from the Class of 2021 and 2022 are receiving interest from various programs. Which is why it is important to […]

This past week saw several updates for a plethora of recruits in the area in terms of college offers. It is always exciting to see what recruits get certain college offers from schools. As players from the Class of 2021 and 2022 are receiving interest from various programs. Which is why it is important to highlight the happenings in terms of college offers for recruits out of the area.

The first player to update in terms of recruiting is Sen The Showdown Alum Tristan Leigh. The two most recent offers he has received from college programs are the University of Oklahoma and the University of Arkansas. Both well-deserved for arguably the best lineman prospects in Virginia. This also puts Leigh at officially 33 offers currently.

The next player to update on is Christian Veilleux who received a college offer from UCLA. The Bullis Product is certainly an intriguing prototype QB prospect. The 4-star recruit now owns 20 official offers from college programs.

The next player to highlight is Joshua Williams of Gonzaga High School. The most recent offer he has received is from Yale University. Which for this Class of 2021 recruit is a great show of his talent and intelligence.

Another player who saw further interest from college programs is Austin Tutas. The Archbishop Spalding QB received an offer from Lehigh University. Making this 3 offers for the Spalding product.

The final player to discuss in terms of recent offers is Wide Receiver Jalil Farooq. The Wise High School product received a recent offer from University of Oklahoma. Which is good for Farooq being that this school has produced many great receivers that past few years. Maybe he will be the next great Receiver to develop in their program if he chooses this program.

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