The Class of 2014 is almost in the books, and that includes the junior college ranks as well. While there aren’t major changes in the final 2014 ESPN Junior College 50, there are some noteworthy moves.
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The junior college midterm signing period opened on Wednesday and the Auburn Tigers came away as the clear-cut winners.Despite relentless pursuit by LSU, Auburn signed receiver D'haquille Williams, the nation’s No.
In most cases, missing out on the nation’s No. 18 player would be a crushing defeat.The battle to land David Sharpe (Jacksonville, Fla./Providence School), the nation’s No.
Editor's note: For a look at the national recruiter power rankings based only on Class of 2014 success, click here.It's no secret that Southeastern Conference has been the top conference in the country as far as recruiting over the last several years.
Taking a look back at the week that was in SEC recruiting and looking ahead to future visits as teams build toward signing day:Banner week for TennesseeWhile Tennessee couldn’t pull out a victory over Georgia Saturday, the Vols had more success in the minds of prospects.
The Early Offer gives you a daily dose of recruiting in the morning. Friday's offerings: It’s an all Alabama-Texas A&M edition of The Early Offer, as more than 75 prospects will flock to College Station this weekend.
For the third straight week, there is very little change in the RecruitingNation class rankings. Thirteen of the 14 SEC teams are ranked in the top 40, including nine of the top 16, with top-ranked Alabama holding a big lead over any and all pursuers.
Each year college coaches prioritize their recruiting needs. Whether it's offensive or defensive linemen or skilled positions, there always seems to be an area that needs more attention than others.
What’s the most critical position in the Big 12? It depends on who you talk to. In a conference that rides its offensive reputation, some coaches are hoping to land players that will help them score points, while others are looking for the prospects to prevent points.
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's latest feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Today's offerings: Michigan isn’t the only Big Ten team to make waves with 2015 recruits, as Ohio State landed a big junior commitment Monday; Garden City C.
Here are five things we learned over the summer from recruiting in the Midlands Region:New starting QBs will be just fineIn the region, some of the best young quarterbacks didn’t play quarterback for their varsity programs last year.
The spring evaluation period is upon us and the Georgia staff has hit the road to see some of its top prospects.Last week, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo checked in on 2015 quarterback Tyler Queen (Acworth, Ga.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- With ideal weather and Alabama returning to the practice field, it was the perfect weekend to bring in some top recruits.The Crimson tide took advantage and hosted prospects from across the Southeast for the opening practice.
Junior college offensive tackle Dontavius Blair (Garden City, Kan./Garden City Community College) is considered one of the biggest gets in the Class of 2014 -- literally.