Marshall University football has secured four verbal commitments from the final recruiting weekend prior to national signing day.
Following are the most recent Thundering Herd commitments:
Josh Lovell, 6-6, 270, L, Christchurch School (Va.): Lovell ranks as the nation’s No. 28 tight end prospect by www.scout.com
. His athleticism, however, could allow Lovell to segue to offensive tackle. He also enjoyed a standout defensive end career at Christchurch.
Maryland, West Virginia and South Carolina also offered Lovell.
Randy Richards, 6-4, 310, C, College of Sequoias (Cal.): Immediate offensive line impact is a priority in this year’s recruiting class. Richards reportedly had committed to New Mexico State and also was offered by Arkansas.
Justin Haig, 5-10, 170, K, American Heritage H.S. (Fla.): West Virginia offered Haig, who also received strong interest from Miami (Fla.) and Vanderbilt. Haig was a high school teammate of Marshall verbal commitment Darius Millines.
Stefon Grace, 6-4, 200, ATH, Cincinnati North College Hill (Ohio): The rangy wideout has served as a top playmaker at the perennial Division IV contender. Grace received interest from both Mid-American Conference and Big Ten schools. He’s lined up at numerous positions, including wide receiver, linebacker and defensive end.
National signing day is Wednesday.