NCF On The Trail: 2015 burning recruiting questions

When looking at the teams in most need of a strong season on the field, the Florida Gators are at the top of the list. After grabbing the momentum in the state following a 11-2 season in 2012, the Gators quickly lost that momentum with a 4-8 campaign last season.

On the recruiting front, the Gators have some of the nation's best early leans who will be looking to see what happens on the field in 2014.

Here are five questions the Gators face on the recruiting front headed into July.

Charlie Strong is closing in on the start of his first season in Austin, and that means his first full recruiting class as the head coach of the Longhorns. While Texas is positioned well in the RecruitingNation class rankings early on, as expected, Texas is fighting an uphill in-state battle against Texas A&M for the first time since the mid-to-late 1990’s.

Here's a look at five questions that must be answered for the Longhorns entering July.


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Georgia is in the hunt for another top-10 class in the RecruitingNation class rankings.

Currently No. 9 and off to a solid start, where the Bulldogs finish in terms of filling needs will be decided solely on how Mark Richt and staff finish on the defensive side of the ball and on the offensive line.

Here is a look at five questions that must be answered by Georgia in the next seven months.


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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have had a productive past four weeks, landing three defensive tackles and flipping four-star inside linebacker Josh Barajas from Penn State. Throw in a pair of defensive backs, including ESPN 300 cornerback and one-time Michigan pledge Shaun Crawford, and the Irish have filled the majority of needs on defense in 2015.

With that said, there is more for the Fighting Irish to accomplish, and closing out the class is going to be crucial for the future.

Here are five burning recruiting questions for Notre Dame:


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