Old Dominion's football program continues to recruit well locally after two South Jersey players made oral commitments to the school on Sunday.
Eddie Davis, an Inquirer first-team all-South Jersey defensive back from Camden, and Rob Mahan, a linebacker/defensive back from Winslow Township, both said they will sign letters of intent on Wednesday.
"The school had everything I wanted, and I really liked the campus," said Davis, who was recruited as a defensive back after recording 11 interceptions as a senior.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Mahan said he also visited Stony Brook and New Hampshire. He could play either linebacker or safety.
"I'm really impressed with the school," Mahan said.
Earlier, Paul VI's all-South Jersey receiver Jakwail Bailey committed to Old Dominion.
In other recruiting news, St. Joseph running back/defensive back Gordon Hill made a commitment to attend Sacred Heart in Connecticut.
Traven Mable, a 6-3, 325-pound, two-way lineman from Willingboro, has made an oral commitment to attend Southeast Missouri State. Willingboro coach Reggie Lawrence said Mable was recruited for the offensive line.
St. Augustine two-way lineman Andrew Baumgardner has made a commitment to attend James Madison. Coach Dennis Scuderi Sr. of St. Augustine said that the 6-3, 250-pound Baumgardner was recruited as an offensive lineman.
Pitman tight end Dylan Colgate said Sunday night he has committed to Lehigh.
Egg Harbor Township defensive back Stephan Thomas has made an oral commitment to Sacred Heart, according to coach Tony DeRosa.