Oregon moves into top five recruiting classes just before early signing begins
With the early signing period set to begin Wednesday, Oregon, which landed No. 1 recruit Kayvon Thibodeaux over the weekend, is now the No. 4 class. Oklahoma, Florida State, Washington and others also made moves up the Class Rankings.
Signing day progress reports: How first-year coaches are doing
Jimbo Fisher has things rolling at Texas A&M. Chip Kelly hasn't been so lucky at UCLA. How are other first-year coaches doing heading into signing day?
Why Josh Jacobs is Alabama's most unlikely star
Josh Jacobs wasn't on Alabama's radar until the end of the recruiting cycle. Now, he may be one of the most important players on the team.
How Baker Mayfield's high school turned into a D-I QB factory
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield is one in a line of seven former and current Division I quarterbacks who went to Lake Travis High School outside of Austin, Texas.
ESPN JC 50 prospects who will impact college football the most
Take a look at who from the just-released ESPN JC 50 will add immediate impact to college football rosters next season.
Why coaches are taking early signing period seriously in Year 2
Coaches weren't quite expecting a third of ESPN 300 prospects to take advantage of the early signing period last season. This time around, they'll hope to have their classes all but wrapped up after this week.
Hot Board: Last-minute recruiting pitches
With one more weekend to go before the early signing period begins Wednesday, teams are pushing hard for the recruits they want, and oftentimes last impressions are lasting impressions.
Bama, Florida, FSU or Oregon: Where will the No. 1 prospect go?
Five-star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux will announce his college decision Saturday, and will make any team he chooses better. The question is where he'll have the best opportunity to flourish.
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.