Crete-Monee senior receiver Laquon Treadwell's second official visit to Oklahoma during the weekend went well, but he said Sunday that Michigan, a team many thought was an early favorite to land him, won't.
Treadwell was hosted at Oklahoma by former Bremen running back David Smith.
"Oklahoma met my expectations in a lot of ways," Treadwell said. "When you are down there it is about winning. All these visits are kind of different, but I enjoyed my time. They have a good group of guys down there and that's what I liked the most."
Treadwell is planning one more official visit, to Oklahoma State in mid-January, before making his announcement.
"Oklahoma State will receive a visit for sure, but that's about it," Treadwell said.
Bolingbrook's Bailey solid to Illinois: Despite Illinois' rough season, Bolingbrook senior quarterback Aaron Bailey's oral commitment to the Fighting Illini hasn't wavered. Bailey was one of several commits to make an official visit over the weekend.
"I had a great official visit to Illinois this weekend," Bailey said. "I thank God that I've been able to find a school where I feel so comfortable and so at home in Illinois. I've remained solid in my decision to play for Illinois ever since I gave them my verbal commitment, and after this weekend I feel even better about my decision."
Bailey received a lot of calls from other schools this fall, hoping he would reconsider.
"I was getting calls and interest from other schools, but they really started to drop off once I told them I was totally solid to the Illini," he said. "When I made my decision I really gave it a lot of thought and prayer, and those same reasons why I wanted to attend Illinois are still in place."
Crete-Monee pair visits Eastern Michigan: Crete-Monee senior receiver Lance Lenoir and senior defensive back Jayden Dunlap said they had positive official visits over the weekend to Eastern Michigan, but neither committed while they were there. Lenoir and Dunlap both also have offers from Alabama-Birmingham and interest from a handful of Big Ten schools, and both are planning to make more official visits.
Wisconsin recruits still weighing options: Wisconsin recruits Troy Fumagalli (TE, Waubonsie Valley) and Garret Dooley (ILB, Rochester) have been drawing renewed recruiting interest since Bret Bielema left the Badgers to be the head coach at Arkansas. Fumagalli added an offer last week from North Carolina State and will make an official visit Jan. 11. Dooley recently was offered by Penn State.
Extra points: Providence senior outside linebacker Brian Fordon orally committed to Darthmouth. ... Barrington senior offensive tackle Mason Darrow pledged to Princeton. ... Hinsdale South senior offensive guard Zach Guritz accepted a preferred walk-on spot at Northwestern.