The second day of Michigan's summer high school camp was very productive. Not only was there a lot of talent on hand, but a few top prospects earned themselves offers. The focus of the day in Ann Arbor seemed to be on the quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs.
about 1496 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | Michigan Wolverines
The Peach State has firmly entrenched itself in producing the fourth most FBS talent in the country, and while Georgia has some growing to do before it catches California in overall talent, it trails only Florida in FBS signees per player.
about 1577 days ago | Kipp Adams | Florida State Seminoles
Close to 200 prospects in Georgia sign with FBS programs each year, with the Peach State leading the country in SEC signees each of the last three years as well. Averaging more than 30 offers to in-state prospects through the last five years (153 overall), the Georgia Bulldogs have made closing the borders a priority, and with 2013 being one of the deeper classes in terms of top talent, next year will be no different for the Bulldogs.
about 1668 days ago | Kipp Adams | Georgia Bulldogs