Dwayne Haskins, Jr. will announce college decision Friday — Cuse Clicks

Bullis (Potomac, Md.) quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Jr., the Scarlet Knights’ top remaining quarterback recruit, will make his collegiate announcement Friday, May 15 at 3 p.m. (ET) at his school, the 6-2, 195-pound junior announced Wednesday via Twitter. According to his father, Dwayne Sr., Haskins will choose from Rutgers, Maryland, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Penn State and Florida.

» 4-star quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Jr. to announce Friday

Coming off of a dominant weekend at the third session of the EYBL in Houston, Class of 2016 forward Harry Giles looked like a serious candidate to stay at No. 1 in the class. Scout.com currently has Giles at No. 1, and at 6-foot-10, Giles was simply dominant for Team CP3 in Houston. Along with a talented group around him, Giles has helped lead the team to an 11-1 start.

» Sans brace, Harry Giles is dominating

Hun defensive tackle Fred Hansard received four more offers in the last two days according to head coach Todd Smith. Smith said Hansard, a 6-foot-4, 290-pounder, picked up offers from Arizona State, Virginia Tech, Boston College and Michigan in the past 48 hours.  Hansard already had offers from Ohio State Ohio State, Rutgers, Temple, North Carolina, Syracuse and Miami.

» Hun DT Fred Hansard adds offers from Arizona State, Michigan, Virginia Tech and Boston College in last 2 days

Huntersville (N.C.) SouthLake Christian Academy standout Aapri Washington was as consistent as it gets en route to being named a Scout.com top underclassmen performer. “There’s one school that’s coming pretty hard, Syracuse. My cousin committed there, but they’ve been coming harder than most. We have the same relationship with most schools, but Syracuse the most.”

» Syracuse after Aapri Washington ‘the most’

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