Asking too much?
Players disagree on what is fair game in recruiting process
BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Shockwaves from Loganville, Ga., more than 2,600 miles away, echoed Saturday around Nike's plush headquarters, host this weekend to The Opening and its collection of 152 of the top college football prospects.
Robert Nkemdiche, the No. 1-rated player in the Class of 2013, absent from this event and a member of the Clemson recruiting class since mid-June, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Friday that in order to make his pledge a "done deal," he'd like the Tigers ...
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Many of the nation's top prospects battled it out at The Opening at Nike Headquarters.
• Luginbill and Haubert: Who stood out
• Luginbill: QB, RB, WR review
• Luginbill: LB, DB review
• NFL stars teach more than just football
• Linemen get downright nasty at The Opening
• Day 4 notebook
• Lone reps from schools represent
• ESPN 150 LB Anzalone picks Notre Dame
• Four-star WR Jenkins picks Clemson
• Worst part about being recruited
• Strange things fans say
• Morris-Swoopes battle
• Hackenberg and Morris battle it out
• Browne-Hackenberg meet
• OL-DL one-on-ones: Morning session
• How much is too much for recruits to ask for?
• Mitchell keeps low profile, but coming up big
• Day 3 notebook
• Henry, Kamara on a similar path
• Players impersonate coaches
• Hutchings groomed for success
• Day 3 one-on-ones: OL vs. DL
• WR Samples commits to Oklahoma State
• ESPN 300 OT Hunt picks Cal