For the first time, football recruits will get to sign early. The players are torn about it, but some five-stars just want to get it over with.
USC QB Sam Darnold steps into the Sport Science lab to examine what makes the Trojan's star so special.
The long debated early signing period is finally here. The coaches can't quite agree on if they like the new rule, but all recognize its challenges. And they have until the end of December to figure out the new recruiting world.
ESPN 300 receiver Elijah Moore could give Georgia a boost in a position of need as a slot receiver.
Alabama just keeps producing skill-position prospects, while Texas A&M could have a receiver picked in the first round next year. Todd McShay ranks the top wideouts in the 2018 NFL draft.
Rosen, whose comments about mixing college football with academics drew national headlines, said he wants the focus to be on his on-field efforts.
Dropped from rankings: Colorado 15, Western Michigan 18, San Diego State 25
Others receiving votes: Washington State 99, Colorado 72, TCU 58, Boise State 49, Notre Dame 49, Texas A&M 46, Pittsburgh 45, NC State 39, Oregon 37, Northwestern 25, Nebraska 23, Arkansas 22, Memphis 22, Mississippi State 19, San Diego State 18, Appalachian State 11, BYU 10, Georgia Tech 10, Tulsa 10, Wyoming 9, Western Michigan 8, Temple 8, North Carolina 8, Houston 7, Minnesota 6, Troy 6, Iowa 5, Louisiana Tech 4, Syracuse 3, Arizona 2, UCLA 1, Colorado State 1, Maryland 1, Michigan State 1, Toledo 1, Army 1