From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports
Noah Igbinoghene and Nico Collins, two of the most heavily recruited high school players in our area, have been guests on college campuses the past few weeks and it isn’t slowing down.
Hewitt-Trussville’s Igbinoghene, the senior receiver/running back, finally made an official visit to South Bend, Ind., to watch Notre Dame play Miami. Igbinoghene received an offer from Notre Dame in May.
“I had a great time on my official visit to Notre Dame,” he posted on Twitter. “It was a great experience. Thanks thanks to the coaches form having me and my family!!”
The four-star prospect also received an offer from Ole Miss last weekend.
Clay-Chalkville’s Nico Collins, a five-star prospect, took an unofficial visit to Ole Miss last weekend as well to watch Auburn and the Rebels play. He’s finally set to take his official visit to Michigan, one of his long-time leaders.
He will be on the Ann Arbor campus for the Wolverines’ game against Maryland, so he will get to visit his former passing-game partner Tyrrell Pigrome.
Diamond Huskies commit: Three Hewitt-Trussville seniors have made commitments to play college baseball at Snead State Community College in Boaz.
Cameron Furr, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound left-handed pitcher;. Josh Morgan, 6-0, 195, catcher-infielder-outfielder; and right-fielder Dylan Cook, 6-0, 195, all announced their intentions to suit up for the Parsons.
Pitcher Cameron Moore has committed to play for Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa. Moore, a righty, will re-join outfielder Keegan Morrow and catcher Cyle Moore for the 2017 spring season. Former Husky pitcher Austin Bewster is on this year’s team.
Earlier, junior shortstop Ed Johnson committed to Auburn.