Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt junior defensive end Noah Spence has long been regarded as one of the top prospects from the Class of 2012 and he didn't do anything to hurt his stock with his performance throughout his season in the fall.
Spence has already been announced as one of the prospects from his class that will be participating in next year's Army All-American game in San Antonio.
This year as a junior he registered 101 tackles, 34 tackles for loss and 23 sacks, and was just about unblockable. Spence also forced nine fumbles. He should put up outstanding numbers yet again next year as his stock continues to climb.
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With recruiting in a bit of a dead period lately he has had time to think things over, but he hasn't made much early progress in terms of narrowing his list or visiting schools.
"I don't know what I'm going to do for visits," Spence said early this week. "I'm not sure yet. I'm just letting colleges come to my school for now. I'll probably take a couple of visits when it gets closer to the summer."
Spence said coaches from Georgia, Maryland, Syracuse and Rutgers have been by his high school. Others may have come but he couldn't name them off the top of his head.
"I've got pretty much the same (offers) since USC offered about two weeks before the end of the season," he said.
Spence reiterated that he does not have any early favorites.