Some players flipped their commitments while other's had memorable signing-day moments. Here is a closer look at the five most intriguing recruitments from the SEC. 1. No. 24 on the list, Johnny Manziel was originally committed to Oregon before flipping his commitment to Texas A&M later in the process.
about 61 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
When a football coaching staff signs one of the top few recruits at any position, it's cause for celebration. Therefore, grabbing two of the top three prospects at that position might warrant an Animal House-style party.
about 287 days ago | David Ching | NCF On The Trail
Editor's note: We're breaking down the Gators' two-deep depth chart every day for the next two weeks. We'll cover every position as well as offer a glimpse into the future. You can read the whole series here.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Ever the perfectionist, Florida coach Will Muschamp was not happy with his run defense last season. Sure, the Gators had a top-five defense overall. But the run defense, which gave up 94.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- When asked for his early concerns in spring practice, Florida head coach Will Muschamp didn't have a long list. But the safety position, his position as a college football player and the one he personally coaches, was on it.
Quietly, Kentucky coach Mark Stoops made an emphatic statement with his 2014 recruiting class: The Wildcats aren't going to sit idly by and watch the big boy have all the fun. Just months removed from a 2-10 debut that resulted in Kentucky's fourth straight losing season, Stoops secured the No.
about 437 days ago | Edward Aschoff | 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 439 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
After 16 straight SEC losses, Kentucky needed something to get excited about in football. Mark Stoops, who just finished his first season as the Wildcats' coach, has delivered with what's shaping up to be the program's highest-ranked signing class in history.