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Recruiting: 3-Star Asheville Running Back Visiting App State This Week

Boone, North Carolina – In an exciting development for the Appalachian State Mountaineers football program, three-star running back Max Guest from A.C. Reynolds High School in Asheville, NC is set to make his official visit to Appalachian State this week. This visit comes after Guest committed to the Mountaineers back in May for the 2025 season.

Official Visit

Max Guest, a highly touted prospect, will be stepping foot on the Appalachian State campus officially on June 13. The visit is eagerly anticipated by fans and coaching staff alike, as they hope to solidify Guest’s commitment to the program.

Commitment and Offers

Guest’s commitment to Appalachian State was a significant win for the Mountaineers, especially considering the offers he had on the table. Schools such as Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, East Carolina, Connecticut, Old Dominion, and North Carolina State were all vying for his talents.

New Recruiting Rules

With the recent changes in recruiting rules as of July 2023, recruits like Guest have more flexibility in taking official visits to schools of their choice. This has allowed for a more personalized and thorough decision-making process for these young athletes.

Other Commitments

Guest is not the only commitment in Appalachian State’s class of 2025. The Mountaineers already have commitments from Utah quarterback Jett Niu and Georgia lineman Kaden Ellis. While Guest is gearing up for his official visit, Niu and Ellis have yet to schedule their own visits with the program.

Exciting Times Ahead

As the college football recruiting landscape continues to evolve, Appalachian State is making moves to secure top talent for the future. The visit from Max Guest represents a pivotal moment for the Mountaineers as they aim to bolster their roster and compete at the highest level.

Stay tuned for more updates on Max Guest’s visit to Appalachian State and the latest recruiting news in college football.


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