In the 2014 class, one player who is receiving attention from schools already is Vic Roe, a defensive lineman who projects as a future inside guy at 6'3, 245-lbs.
Over the weekend, Roe visited Michigan State.
"I really liked it. It was exciting until the end. It was a heartbreaker of a loss. I liked the campus. The fans were really nice and I liked how everyone got into game. I liked the facilities a lot. It was a good visit."
Roe was also able to talk to the coaches while in East Lansing.
"I talked to Coach Warriner, he's the recruiter for my area. He came up and talked to me, talked about the season, how unfortunate the loss was that we had in the 1st round. We talked about keeping in touch throughout the recruiting process. I talked to Coach Gill before and after the game. I had few words with him and he invited to come back to practice at any time."
"I went to Ball State earlier this year, It was nice. I went in after film session one Saturday and had a nice time there. They weren't able to get a win either. I'm still looking for that elusive first win on a visit!"
The other visit Roe had where the home team did not come out on top was Wisconsin in their game against Michigan State, but the Badgers still impressed him despite the outcome.
"That was crazy, packed, and they were so into the game. There were a ton of students there. It was really cool. I got to go into the locker room and meet with the coaches before and see the facilities. That was cool too."
Roe visits Iowa this weekend, then will visit Nebraska and Purdue.