offensive tackle, Mentor, Ohio
Offers: Akron, Cincinnati, Colorado, Kansas, Indiana, Central Florida, Kent State and Miami
Notes: Hounshell gained all his buzz during the spring combine and camp season. Although he is from Mentor, Hounshell attended a different high school than Zips kicker
Likelihood: At one point, only Northwestern and Pitt were talking to Hounshell. Although that has changed, he still feels loyalty to those schools. They also play in big conferences, which is a plus. The downside is that neither has offered a scholarship. Akron looks alive as any school in this hunt.
cornerback, Washington, D.C.
Offers: Akron, Boston College, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan State and Pittsburgh
Notes: Wilson is another player who gained recognition for his performance at the Nike camp. As with most players with his athleticism, he plays both ways at Woodson High School.
Likelihood: The Zips are squaring off against a lot of second-tier teams, but the Zips coaching staff wouldn't bother with Wilson this late in recruiting season unless they thought they had a chance.
Ausar Walcott, the No. 22 safety in the nation,
committed to Virginia. Akron offered him a scholarship, too.
Tony Gregory, the No. 38 running back,
chose Virginia Tech over Akron, Marshall, Northern Illinois and Maryland.