From Iowa, Michigan State and Wisconsin grabbing a commit, to Penn State receiving great news on the recruiting front, to Ohio State playing host to some big-time official visitors this weekend, Big Ten storylines were everywhere this week.
about 578 days ago | Brad Bournival and Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
Class of 2014 safety Jyaz Jones (Dallas/South Oak Cliff) has decommitted from Colorado State in favor of Iowa, according to multiple reports. His older brother, wide receiver Anjeus Jones, followed the same path to Iowa City, originally choosing the Rams before signing with the Hawkeyes this past February.
about 681 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail
Coveted safety Jyaz Jones (Dallas/South Oak Cliff) committed to play in the Mountain West Conference for Colorado State, multiple sources report. Baylor, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico State and Texas Tech also extended scholarship offers to the 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect.
about 710 days ago | RecuritingNation | NCF On The Trail
AUSTIN, Texas -- With a nation-leading 15 commits already on board, now would be a good time for Texas' assistant coaches to take some well-earned vacation time, right? Wrong. The spring evaluation period starts today.
The Longhorns are off to a solid start on the recruiting trail with eight commitments for 2014. The early evaluations/offers seem to be paying off. That said, Texas' coaching staff still has a ton of work to do.
about 781 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
ESPN Watch List prospect Dylan Sumner-Gardner (West Mesquite, Texas/West Mesquite) was the only safety to get offered on Saturday at Texas' second junior day. But one to keep an eye on in the future is Jyaz Jones (Dallas/South Oak Cliff).
about 792 days ago | William Wilkerson | On The Trail: Midlands Region