Recruiting Update: Game-day visits to Florida, Georgia and Tennessee are being planned out for Colin Simmons
but the five-star defensive end could have LSU on top at this point. He has really clicked with that coaching staff and playing in Baton Rouge definitely appeals to him. But Texas and Texas A&M are going to be two others to watch and more will be known after his SEC trips.
Gorney'sTake: The former No. 1 prospect moved to fourth in the 2024 class not based on any dislike of his performance but others just had a stronger - and more visible - summer. The Duncanville, Texas edge rusher is still special beating offensive tackles to the edge, closing out plays, tracking down the ball carrier and pressuring the quarterback and he could be even more primed heading into his junior season. An easy argument could be made that he was the best defensive lineman on his team last year that also featured Ohio State signee Omari Abor. Simmons wants to visit Georgia, Florida and Tennessee this year but LSU and the in-state schools are high as well.