April 28, 2008
Arizona DE up to 31 offers
There is a good claim that the Grand Canyon State has two of the hottest prospects on the recruiting trail. One of them is defensive end Craig Roh (6-5, 235, 4.5) from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral. The fast rising prospect now has 31 offers on the table and there is a good chance that will rise before spring evaluation is over.
Roh picked up his first offer in mid-February and it has been a steady stream of offers ever since. He is averaging three to four offers a week since that time.
The Oklahoma Sooners was ahead of the recruiting curve and were first out of the box with offer the Sooners were followed in succession by Stanford, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Missouri, Miami, Washington State, Kansas, Iowa State, Miami, Baylor, Utah, Virginia Tech, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Wisconsin, Colorado, USC, Northwestern, Central Florida, Penn State, West Virginia, San Diego State, Notre Dame, UCLA, Michigan, LSU, Florida State, and Nebraska.
Texas and Georgia are also showing a lot of interest in Roh and offers could be forthcoming.
Roh has had a busy spring visiting schools unofficially. He visited Arizona, Stanford, USC, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Notre Dame and most recently UCLA.
These seven schools are serious considerations, but not necessarily the favorites.
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