Wednesday was signing day for midterm junior college recruits, and it was pretty clear Arizona State, Baylor and Tennessee were among the day's biggest winners. 1. While Alabama officially signed the top junior college recruit in the country, offensive tackle Charles Baldwin, the biggest winner Wednesday had to be Arizona State.
about 220 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
While Stanford and USC battled it out for the Pac-12 title, the rest of the conference's coaching staffs were able to put together a weekend focused fully on recruiting. With fewer than two months until signing day and the dead period rapidly approaching, Pac-12 programs are working on their finishing kick for the 2016 recruiting class.
about 228 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
When looking at Arizona State's class, it's impressive. The class sits inside the top 25 of the RecruitingNation class rankings and includes four ESPN 300 verbals. Going deeper, however, is that the Sun Devils have a class full of impact players and that now includes ESPN JC50 No.
about 229 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
Rivalry Week brings out the best on the field and provides for an exciting atmosphere for recruits to visit. That held true this past weekend in the Big Ten, as plenty of teams saw major prospects in attendance for the games: Nebraska lost to Iowa but came away with two commitments from the weekend, including Florida safety Brandon Drayton.
about 237 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
It didn't take long for Mike Stoops to return to Oklahoma and target the top defensive backs for the 2013 class. Stoops was aggressive in going after them in the spring and summer and it has paid off now in the fall.
about 1369 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
At the start of the week, three-star cornerback Maurice Chandler (Lawton, Okla./Lawton) told everybody around town he was going to commit to Texas Tech at its camp Thursday. Chandler is a man of his word.
about 1465 days ago | Bob Przybylo | NCF On The Trail