The news out West got going wildly at the beginning of the week, when
Beaverton (Ore.) Aloha five-star running back Thomas Tyner decommitted from
But it wasn't but a couple days later that Tyner recommitted to the Ducks.
He wasn't the only Scout 100 member to reaffirm a commitment.
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) cornerback Chris Hawkins firmed up his verbal with
USC on Monday, after visiting USC unofficially on Saturday.
Hawkins cancelled a trip with Arizona State scheduled for this coming week,
and had visited Notre Dame and Washington, but is now completely back in with
"Chris will no longer take the remaining visits after a trip to the Coliseum this past weekend," said his father, Armond. "He is 1000% committed to USC."
A couple of committed prospects from the West took official visits elsewhere
this weekend. San Clemente (Calif.) lineman Sean Harlow, a Washington
verbal, visited Wisconsin and Oregon State hosted Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor
Christian quarterback Luke Del Rio, an Oklahoma State pledge.
- RB/CB - Gardena (Calif.)
One of the top two-way threats in the
City Section, Simmons went from offerless to boasting two offers in an hour,
when Colorado and then Colorado State offered him on Monday.
Layton (Utah) receiver Marcus Kemp committed to Hawaii.
Corona (Calif.) Centennial defensive lineman Garrett Hughes committed to Cal.
American Canyon (Calif.) safety Charles Spencer committed to UNLV.
South Jordan (Utah) Bingham linebacker Drake Miller committed to Hawaii.
Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian quarterback Jihad Vercher was offered by
Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr cornerback Patrick Enewally was offered by
Wilsonville (Ore.) linebacker Johnny Ragin was offered by Nevada, Coloradoand Wyoming.
Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian receiver Jermaine Kelly, a UCLA commit, was
offered by Boise State.
Los Angeles (Calif.) Pierce linebacker Matthew Lyons was offered by Hawaii and Nevada.
Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure 2015 quarterback Ricky Town was offered
National Recruiting Analyst Greg
Biggins contributed to this notebook