Hot Board recruiting predictions: Five-star watch
Of the 11 five-star recruits in the 2019 class, five remain uncommitted. Here are our predictions for their future schools and your chance to make your own.
Scout's Take: DT Jacob Bandes to Washington
Washington has a new top recruit in the 2019 class following the commitment of DT Jacob Bandes. Read below to see why Bandes, No. 47 in the ESPN 300, could make an early impact for the Huskies: What he brings: Bandes is an excellent football player who blends technique, ability and effort to be a disruptive and productive presence in the trenches.
McShay: NC State QB is top QB in '19 draft
Todd McShay lists Ryan Finley from NC State as his top-ranked QB for the 2019 NFL draft.
How a mystery football injury spurred a near-impossible run
The incredible story of a high school star's recovery from a terrifying brain injury and how it changed the way he and his family, friends and coaches see the sport.
Hurts sounds off on Bama QB competition
Jalen Hurts opens up about the starting QB position for the first time since he was benched at halftime of the National Championship Game in January.
Scout's Take: OLB Ge'Mon Eaford to Oregon
Ge'Mon Ford became the ninth ESPN 300 commitment for Oregon in the 2019 class.
Scout's Take: CB Andrew Booth to Clemson
Andrew Booth is the third ESPN verbal for Clemson since Friday.
Scout's Take: RB John Emery to Georgia
Georgia can't stop loading up on talent in the backfield. John Emery could be another in a long line of star UGA running backs like Sony Michel.
Scout's Take: CB Jeffery Carter to Texas A&M
Texas A&M picked up another top in-state prospect in No. 45 overall Jeffery Carter, making it 17 Texas recruits for the Aggies.
In the first ESPN 300 rankings for the 2019 class, DE Kayvon Thibodeaux tops the rankings and is one of nine linemen in the top 10.
Michigan continues its move up the Class Rankings, jumping into the No. 4 spot.
Where do college football's best players come from? Like in an election, winning in the battleground counties can produce classes full of recruits that make the difference in winning it all.