It’s been a big of an odd day on the recruiting front for UNT.
Here’s the latest:
Both are good schools & good Football programs … Big decision to make
— Xavier Washington (@50_unrated) January 27, 2014
UNT is still in a wrestling match with Houston over a few prospects, most notably Cedar Hill defensive end Xavier Washington.
Washington had narrowed his choices to UNT and Houston, but there is now a third school in play.
Cedar Hill head coach Joey McGuire said this afternoon that Washington will find out tomorrow afternoon if he will be taking another trip this weekend, the last before national signing day.
Washington has several offers on the table. If that extra trip falls through, Washington will pick from the schools he has visited, McGuire said. At that point, it likely becomes a battle between UNT and Houston.
McGuire did not identify the third school that has come in late.
Inoke Ngalo, a linebacker from Euless Trinity who has committed to Houston, visited UNT over the weekend.
Yep! Houston Strong! #GoCoogs!
— Inoke Ngalo II (@InokeNgalo) January 27, 2014
Take that for what it’s worth.
We talked extensively about Longview Pine Tree quarterback/athlete Caleb Chumley earlier today. He is still out there.
He visited UNT and is still on the market. It sounds like it could be a matter of if UNT has room for him or not, especially if he wants to play quarterback. UNT already has two quarterbacks in its class in Connor Means and Josh Greer.
UNT is quickly running out of space in its class. The moving target at this point is two spots.
Elkhart running back Jeffery Wilson is coming in next weekend.