Who's winning Georgia recruiting?
The Georgia Bulldogs will win the home state when signing day comes, but numbers aren't everything. Keeping the best, like No. 1 overall Justin Fields, at home will mean much more for Kirby Smart and Co.
Who's winning Florida recruiting?
The Sunshine State has, by far, the most ESPN 300 players. With the three in-state powers recruiting at an elite level, and countless out-of state threats, it'll be an epic race to signing day for the Gators, Noles and Hurricanes.
Who's winning California recruiting?
There are only 13 California uncommitted prospects in the ESPN 300. USC is leading the way in this power state. But will the Trojans finish that way on national signing day?
Your guide to the first 2019 ESPN Junior 300
California defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux tops the first 2019 rankings. The class is short on QB talent but is setting up to be a big one for the Florida Gators.
Ranking the top recruiters for the Class of 2018
Ohio State has a loaded 2018 recruiting class with 13 ESPN 300 commitments. It's no surprise the Buckeyes place two recruiters in the rankings, including defensive coordinator Greg Schiano.
ESPN 300 Rankings
The summer competition and camps are over and there are big changes to the ESPN 300. There are two new five-star players and a new No. 1 player -- QB Justin Fields.
Heisman frontrunners have impressive credentials.
Led by 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson, check out the stats for this season's top candidates to take home college football's most coveted award.
Recruiting video for athlete, Luke McCaffrey.
Recruiting video for Luke McCaffrey athlete from Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, CO
Recruiting video for cornerback, Warren Burrell.
Recruiting video for Warren Burrell cornerback from North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, GA
Recruiting video for pocket-passing-quarterback, Ty Evans.
Recruiting video for Ty Evans pocket-passing-quarterback from Palmer Ridge High School in Monument
Recruiting video for offensive-guard, Chans Jones.
Recruiting video for Chans Jones offensive-guard from Bishop Dunne High School in Dallas, TX
Recruiting video for defensive-end, Quashon Fuller.
Recruiting video for Quashon Fuller defensive-end from South Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, FL
Recruiting video for athlete, Cameron Wynn.
Recruiting video for Cameron Wynn athlete from Notre Dame School in Chattanooga, TN
Recruiting video for athlete, Ja'Markis Weston.
Recruiting video for Ja'Markis Weston athlete from Clewiston High School in Clewiston, FL
Recruiting video for safety, Tyler Scott.
Recruiting video for Tyler Scott safety from University School of Nova South in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Recruiting video for athlete, Zion Puckett.
Recruiting video for Zion Puckett athlete from Spalding High School in Griffin, GA
Recruiting video for defensive-end, Braedon Mowry.
Recruiting video for Braedon Mowry defensive-end from James E. Taylor High School in Katy, TX
Recruiting video for defensive-end, Justus Legg.
Recruiting video for Justus Legg defensive-end from Auburn-Riverside High School in Auburn, WA
Recruiting video for wide-receiver, Genson Hooper-Price.
Recruiting video for Genson Hooper-Price wide-receiver from Saint John's High School in Houston, TX
Recruiting video for defensive-end, Kevin Harris.
Recruiting video for Kevin Harris defensive-end from Grayson High School in Loganville, GA
Recruiting video for runningback, Sean Dollars.
Recruiting video for Sean Dollars runningback from Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Recruiting video for defensive-end, Curtis Fann.
Recruiting video for Curtis Fann defensive-end from Emanuel County Institute in Twin City, GA
Recruiting video for outside-linebacker, Nakobe Dean.
Recruiting video for Nakobe Dean outside-linebacker from Horn Lake High School in Horn Lake, MS
Recruiting video for safety, TreRon Collins.
Recruiting video for TreRon Collins safety from Langston Hughes High School in Fairburn, GA
Recruiting video for safety, Lewis Cine.
Recruiting video for Lewis Cine safety from Everett High School in Everett, MA
Ohio State remains No. 1 in the Class Rankings but with an astounding run to end July and start August, Texas has leaped up the rankings to No. 2. Oregon continues its climb as well, moving into the top five.
The summer competition and camps are over and there are big changes to the ESPN 300. QB Justin Fields is the new No. 1 and Clemson and Ohio State each have two five-star commitments.