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College Football Countdown: No. 57 Marshall

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No. 57: Marshall Coach: Doc...

The Opening 2016: 10 Sleeper Recruits to Watch in Beaverton

There are a few athletes—running back Najee Harris, linebacker Dylan Moses and defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, for example—who many expect to have dominating performances at The Opening next week in Beaverton, Oregon. And while thatShow More Summary

Creed Humphrey to Texas A&M: Aggies Land 4-Star Center Prospect

Creed Humphrey, a 4-star center from Shawnee High in Oklahoma, committed to Texas A&M on Wednesday. He released the following statement on Twitter: Humphrey, who stands 6'4" and weighs 301 pounds, is considered the No. 3 center, the No. Show More Summary

The Opening 2016: Each Top 25 Team's Most Important Target at Beaverton

College football recruiting is a never-ending process, but there are some key moments in the timeline that all fans should pay attention to. The most notable of these are national signing day, which isn't until February, and the summer...Show More Summary

10 Best Defensive Coordinators in College Football

Games are won on the field, but part of that equation is the impact of defensive coordinators. They're calling the shots, picking the right coverages and blitzes to stall an opponent's drive. Hanging on to these coaches is not easy. Many eventually move to leading roles. Show More Summary

Winners and Losers of June on the 2017 College Football Recruiting Trail

College football recruiting has now hit its latest dead period, and things will be mostly quiet on the trail for the next few weeks as the calendar creeps closer to the 2016 season. That impending dead period made for a flurry of activity...Show More Summary

Laremy Tunsil's Stepfather Speaks on Alleged Ole Miss Violations in SI Exclusive

Lindsey Miller, the estranged stepfather of Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, spoke with Sports Illustrated's Pete Thamel about alleged recruiting violations the Ole Miss Rebels committed during Tunsil's time with the school. "It's like that movie Blue Chips with Nick Nolte, with Shaquille O'Neal in it," Miller said. Show More Summary

Patrick Hudson to Texas: Longhorns Land Former 4-Star Baylor OT

Coveted offensive lineman Patrick Hudson is reportedly set to play college football at Texas. Matt Hladik of College Spun passed along the former Baylor commit's decision Wednesday. Gerry Hamilton of ESPN.com also confirmed the news. Hudson is a 4-star prospect who ranks as the No. Show More Summary

Michigan Extends Scholarship Offer to 8th Grade QB Sol-Jay Maiava

A general guideline to follow when building a college football roster is to sign a quarterback in every recruiting cycle. Well, Jim Harbaugh is already thinking about Michigan football's 2020 class. Sol-Jay Maiava — an eighth-graderShow More Summary

Why John Franklin III Needs to Be Auburn's Starting QB from Day 1

"We're going to name somebody. Hopefully sooner rather than later once we start fall camp." Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn said in May at the College Football Hall of Fame that he was going to stay true to his roots and not let his three-man...Show More Summary

How the Most Underrated QB Fought His Way to Elite 11

Through 48 hours of Elite 11 finals action, Tommy DeVito felt like he was on the cusp of a personal breakthrough. The 6'2", 185-pound New Jersey quarterback, considered a 3-star prospect and competing alongside 23 positional contemporaries...Show More Summary

Tennessee Football Recruiting: 5 Players Who Could Make or Break Vols' Class

As the race to fill the final eight or so spots remaining in Tennessee's 2017 recruiting class heats up, there are a lot of huge names on head coach Butch Jones' big board. That's excellent news for the Volunteers as their current class of 17 isn't too high on star power despite being ranked 10th by the 247Sports composite team rankings. Show More Summary

How The Opening Finals Will Shape Ohio State's Future Passing Attack

Ohio State fans could be looking at the future of the Buckeyes' passing attack when The Opening Finals kick off on July 8. The event —which is Nike's signature high school football camp —annually draws the nation's top high school talent...Show More Summary

College Football Countdown: No. 58 West Virginia

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2016 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No. 58: West Virginia Coach: Dana...

Alabama Football Recruiting: Tide's Top Commits, Targets to Watch at The Opening

While the rest of the college football world starts to gear up for the upcoming season, recruiting will first take center stage by holding one of its premier events on the other side of the country from the University of Alabama. This...Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football Recruiting: Irish's Top Targets to Watch at the Opening

Notre Dame football enjoyed a recent surge of commitments, and the program has a chance to keep that recruiting momentum alive during The Opening on Nike's campus in Oregon. Oddly enough, the Irish don't hold any verbal commitments from prospects attending the showcase. Show More Summary

Georgia Football Recruiting: Top Commits, Targets to Watch at The Opening

In case you haven't noticed, Georgia is simply on fire in recruiting new head coach Kirby Smart's first full class of future Bulldogs. And now it's time to keep that blaze spreading to Nike's campus in Beaverton, Oregon, next week at The Opening. Georgia is currently ranked No. Show More Summary

USC Football Recruiting: Trojans' Top Commits, Targets to Watch at the Opening

Southern California's 2017 recruiting is off to a relatively slow start, with only 10 players committed as we near the end of June. But the Trojans are in hot pursuit of some of the nation's top prospects, many of whom will be on display...Show More Summary

Could Ohio State's 2017 Recruiting Class End Up as Urban Meyer's Best Ever?

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Which of Urban Meyer's recruiting classes you consider to be the best of his coaching career likely depends on where your allegiances lie. If you're a Florida fan, it's tough to top the Gators' 2006 class, which set the stage for Meyer's historic run in Gainesville. Show More Summary

Auburn Football Recruiting: Tigers' Top Targets to Watch at the Opening

As a recruiting powerhouse in college football, Auburn is naturally going to have an influence on the prospects descending on Nike's campus in Beaverton, Oregon, next week for The Opening. While none of the Tigers' 10 current commitments...Show More Summary

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