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Early enrollees ready to impact the Pac-12

USC's Oluwole Betiku will shine, and UCLA and Arizona State each have multiple early enrollees who you can expect to see making an impact in 2016.

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Coach confidential: Favorite Big 12 recruits

Texas Tech QB signee Jett Duffey and Baylor WR signee Devin Duvernay drew the most praise, but there is talent all across the conference.

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Can these teams recruit better in 2017?

The 2016 class is in the books. After some down signing days, a few teams, notably Miami and Maryland, need to bounce back in a big way with the Class of 2017.

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LSU sits atop Preseason FPI 1.0

The Tigers have the best combination of returning talent and incoming recruits. Find out where your team ranks here.

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QB recruits center of coach turmoil

QB recruits commit early. They're asked to be the foundation of classes. When coaches leave, players like Jacob Eason and Dwayne Haskins become the center of that turmoil.

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Robinson on son: 'He's been pretty amazing'

Spurs legend David Robinson tells Mike and Mike his son Corey, a WR for Notre Dame, just got elected as student-body president.

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Aschoff: What's next in Harbaugh vs. SEC?

How does Jim Harbaugh irrititate the SEC next? Could it involve rolling Toomer's Corner or painting The Rock at Tennessee? And how can the SEC respond? Four words: Bret Bielema battle royale. Harbaugh the troll

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Working on New Mexico St right now and wondering how many people know A) Who Larry Rose III is and B) How good a RB he is.

Jason Sobel Senior Writer 

Whose buttery swing is this at the Million Dollar Hole-In-One celebrity shootout at Pebble Beach? Come on, you should recognize those khakis. It's Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh and, well, let's just say the end result wasn't as good as his latest recruiting class.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Participants in first minority coordinators professional development seminar, held at NFL combine and sponsored by Advocates for Athletic Equity (formerly BCA): Delaware CBs coach Henry Baker, Oklahoma DBs coach Kerry Cooks, North Texas OL coach Brad Davis, Hawaii offensive coordinator Kefense Hynson, Missouri RBs coach Brian Jones, SMU defensive coordinator Van Malone, Vanderbilt DBs Brett Maxie, Gardner-Webb OL coach Kenneth Ray, Southern Utah head coach Demario Warren and Findlay co-defensive coordinator Jake Zweig.