We're more than 11 months away from national signing day 2017, but the areas each team needs to address are already evident for the most part. Maybe your team needs to reload along the offensive line, or perhaps it has a senior quarterback it must replace.
about 93 days ago | David Ching | NCF On The Trail
The ceremonies have concluded, the ink has dried and the fax machines have been turned off once again. And with that, the Class of 2014 is mostly in the books. As is the case annually, there were a number of winners but also some losers on national signing day.
about 843 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's regular feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Monday's offerings: With signing day two days away, most schools are already targeting 2015 recruits and having junior days, but some coaches question whether these early commits stick in the long run; and who would have thought we would see Mark Richt posing for selfies with recruits?
about 846 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Georgia has another top-10 class lined up for national signing day, but its final ranking next week could rise or fall depending on how the Bulldogs finish within their own state -- particularly whether they land their top remaining target, Lorenzo Carter.
about 850 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Whether it's on-field production or friendships that recruits develop with other recruits, some prospects just have a desire to play with other top prospects. Here's a closer look at the most important committed player for each SEC school.
about 1013 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- The Georgia coaching staff hosted 28 teams in 7-on-7 competitions last week and on Thursday they will welcome 20 more to Athens. This third tournament will have some of the top schools in the state in attendance.
about 1081 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | Georgia Bulldogs
Dr. Gary Green is an athletic, wise-cracking, prematurely gray-haired associate professor at Georgia. He knows little about football. But recruits -- and maybe more importantly their parents -- can't get enough of him.