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Insider ICYMI: Seven must-read stories from this week

On signing day, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was dabbing (with Lou Holtz). He may have danced a bit this week too, when the nation's top junior quarterback gave the Wolverines a verbal commitment. AP Photo/Carlos Osorio

Have you heard that the McCaffrey family is pretty good at football?

This week, prep standout QB Dylan McCaffrey, younger brother of Stanford star Christian McCaffrey, announced he had verbally committed to play for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan next year.

McCaffrey joins another blue-chip QB recruit, Brandon Peters, in what could be an another impressive incoming recruiting class for Harbaugh. How good is McCaffrey? ESPN recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton broke down McCaffrey's skill set, and then Tom VanHaaren caught up with McCaffrey for insight into why he chose Michigan.

But McCaffrey was just one college football storyline that Insider explored this week. Here are five more, in case you missed 'em.


The 10 recruits who could land Florida State atop the recruiting rankings (again)

The Seminoles are off and running with a good 2017 recruiting class. These 10 players are on FSU's radar -- and could turn good into great.


Projecting the top 10 (or 11) for 2016

Phil Steele projects what the preseason AP top 10 will look like when it is revealed in August. And yes, you can bank on the SEC (again) dominating the rankings to start 2016.


Six recruiting questions for Baylor's Kendal Briles

It's possible that Baylor just landed the best class in school history. How'd that happen? Bears offensive coordinator Kendal Briles talks about the incoming group.


Texas' 10 biggest recruiting battles for 2017

Texas was the nation's biggest mover on national signing day ... and will need to be moving from now till 2017 to fend off top state talent getting poached by other schools.


Catching up with Texas assistant Jeff Traylor

A chat with Longhorns ace recruiter Jeff Traylor.