National recruiting analyst Craig Haubert explains the ways in which Penn State quarterback signee Michael O'Connor resembles NFL draft prospect Blake Bortles.
With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here.Nationally (and SEC)The Florida Gators had a major need at quarterback in the Class of 2014, and Will Muschamp and staff more than filled it, signing two of the nation’s top signal-callers.
National signing day is just 48 hours away. To get you ready, we checked in with our ESPN.com recruiting experts for their take on how the Big Ten is faring.
There have been commitments and decommitments across the board in the Big Ten, which means there has been movement among the class rankings.As signing day approaches, teams will be looking to fill the final spots in their class.
According to ESPN's Tom VanHaaren, the following players have enrolled at Penn State:De'Andre Thompkins, ATH (Swansboro, N.C./Swansboro)HT: 5-11; WT: 176Positional Rank: No.
Ohio State has been on a roll on the recruiting trail in the past few weeks. The commitments the Buckeyes have landed, along with a few other happenings in the Big Ten, have impacted the class rankings.
Despite the dead period there was still plenty of action within the Big Ten on the recruiting trail. Here is a look at what happened throughout the conference this past week.
When Penn State quarterback commit Michael O’Connor (Bradenton, Fla./IMG Academy) found out coach Bill O’Brien was leaving the program to join the Houston Texans, O’Connor didn’t know how to react.
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It is becoming more and more difficult to find favorable comparisons for true pocket passers because the definition of the quintessential pocket passer has changed so much.
As the calendar year winds down, there is still plenty to talk about within recruiting. Big Ten teams have been on a roll on the recruiting trail as of late, and each program is hoping that continues into signing day.
Defensive tackle Thomas Holley (Brooklyn, N.Y./Lincoln) has committed to Penn State according to his head coach. Holley, No. 87 in the ESPN 300, chose the Nittany Lions over Florida on Monday.
Signing day is only 50 days away and there are plenty of questions surrounding the big day. Big Ten programs still have a ton of top prospects on the board, which means there could be some impactful decisions coming in the near future.
It was supposed to be a normal week for 2014 quarterback John Wolford (Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenny), who has been committed to East Carolina since September.
This is the last week before a dead period, which means coaches will be hosting important targets and visiting as many schools as they can.There is plenty to discuss within the Big Ten, so here is a look at this week’s storylines.