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Running back Madre London has seen his offer count rise over the last few months.
Virginia was the latest school to extend the three-star prospect. London was out of town when the Cavs offered, so he had to wait until he returned him to get the news.
"It felt real good," London said. "I was on a vacation and I came back with all the hand-written mail. I got to talk to coach [Mike] London. He was telling me where I can fit into the offense. He said they have a real good recruiting class."
UVA already has three Rivals100 prospects committed for the Class of 2014 to go with the No. 1 rated kicker.
Despite the Cavaliers' strong recruiting effort London listed Mississippi State, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Illinois in his top five.
The 6-foot-1, 202-pound back is originally from Arkansas, so he is comfortable going out of state.
"Wherever I can get a good education," stated London. "Play for the next 3-4 years while compete for a championship and end up getting drafted, I'll go anywhere."
London grew up a Texas fan, but even if the Longhorns offered he would probably stick with his top five schools.
"I would just have to go with the coaches that have been recruiting me since day one," noted London.
He doesn't if he will decide before or after his official visits.
Last fall, he rushed for 360 yards on 56 carries and four touchdowns while splitting time with Bowling Green signee Fred Coppet.
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