Frederick (Md.) Linganore offensive guard Robby Havenstein took his second consecutive official visit this past weekend. What's the latest with the 6-foot-7, 345-pounder?
"Robby liked it," he said. "He liked being down there at Wake Forest. They have dynamic coaches and Coach Grobe is a pretty charismatic guy.
"I know he enjoyed it. He also liked that he's got the chance to play right away. Rob wants to play early. I know he loved the trip."
The week before Havenstein made the trip to Madison to check out Wisconsin.
"He really liked Wisconsin a lot too," he said. "They recruit big linemen and run the ball. He's really big and good at run blocking, so he liked that too."
More visits are coming for Havenstein.
"He's got an official to Maryland in December I believe, the second week of December," he said. "Penn State is still a school he's looking at too."
While he is taking visits, Havenstein is focused on the season.
"He's concerned about three and five techniques," he said. "He's actually playing both ways for us and is in great shape. He's done a great job on defense too. He's playing mean this year."
Conner has one recruit to keep an eye on for 2011, running back Dwayne Randall.
"He's starting to get letters from Rutgers," he said. "He's like Zach and real explosive. He's strong and aggressive. He's averaging 10-yards a carry."