Michigan has picked up its first commitment in the month of June with the addition of ESPN 300 offensive tackle Grant Newsome.Here's what Newsome's decision means for the Wolverines:What he brings: Newsome has good tools to develop at the tackle position.
Hulking high school prospect is a true run-stuffing presence who can keep linebackers clean to make plays as well as make plenty himself.
Good recruiting starts at home and new Houston coach Tom Herman is successfully attacking that philosophy.
The Hurricanes posted a six-minute video to YouTube documenting the conversations the staff has when deciding whether to make a scholarship offer.
The following is a list of commitments made to FBS programs from May 15-21.
Edward Oliver, the sixth-ranked player in the ESPN 300, could possibly be the best prospect in school history.
It's not by accident FSU has had a ton of success in the Mid-Atlantic region, landing nine ESPN 300 prospects from the area since the 2014 class.
Baylor has been one of the few Big 12 programs excelling this spring, but ESPN 300 RB Kameron Martin looking hard at Texas could change all that.
Class rankings: May 20 update sees Georgia, USC rise and Stanford debut.
QB prospect Woody Barrett is scheduled to announcement June 3 at 1:30 p.m. ET.
Stanford has become a winner by building teams from the inside out, which makes their latest commitment, ESPN 300 OT Clark Yarbrough, so valuable.
After fitting all their needs in the 2015 class, Stanford is off to a pretty fast start in their 2016 recruiting class as well.
Coaches all have stories of players who remind them toÂ take shirts-and-shorts performances with a grain of salt.
USC reached into the Peach State for ESPN 300 wide receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe. What type of weapon are the Trojans getting?
Versatile defender still developing physically, could be a nice fit in several roles in the Bulldogs' secondary.
Oakland Opening regional shows off depth at defensive back, wide receiver and defensive line; early commits on OL make uncommitted OL hot commodity.