Weekly Wednesday recruiting roundup skips a week. Keep it with RecruitingNation for coverage of upcoming All-America games.
Some Notre Dame-related items from them: ESPN150 receiver and USC decommit Sebastian LaRue (Santa Monica, Calif./Santa Monica) has a trip scheduled to South Bend. Many West team members from the U.S. Army All-American Bowl are dedicating Saturday to ESPN150 receiver and Irish commit Torii Hunter Jr. (Prosper, Texas/Prosper), who broke his femur during non-contact drills on New Year's Day.
This sounds like it would have been awesome to see.
Kevin Norwood has been a steady contributor for Alabama, colleague Alex Scarborough writes on TideNation. Scarborough breaks down the pass-catchers for both the Tide and the Irish.
Extended family has helped Theo Riddick get to where he is, Kevin Armstrong writes in the New York Daily News.
The wait is almost over for the Irish, Pete Sampson writes on IrishIllustrated.com.
Bama center Barrett Jones has the green light.
For Brian Kelly, Grand Valley State remains near, Greg Bishop writes in The New York Times.
Alabama's loaded 2008 recruiting class helped fuel its rise, Paul Myerberg writes in USA Today.
Nick Saban can't determine how much the Tide's experience will matter Monday, Don Kausler Jr. writes on AL.com.
AthlonSports' Braden Gall looks at how Notre Dame's starters ranked as recruits.