Today will be the busiest of the year for fax machines. That's because it's national signing day, and recruits across the country will be faxing in their letters of intent. It's always an exciting day for college football fans.
about 1209 days ago | Jake Trotter | NCF On The Trail
Several Pac-12 programs have an opportunity to make statements on the recruiting trail this weekend, headlined by Arizona State hosting Washington, and including USC's trip to Notre Dame and the biggest clash in the conference -- UCLA visiting Stanford.
about 1320 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Though several Pac-12 teams gained commitments over the past week, Stanford stole the show with a huge pickup on Saturday. Wednesday's class rankings reflect the Cardinal's big day, as David Shaw's program jumped several spots and widened the gap between its top class and Arizona, which holds firm at No.
about 1384 days ago | Erik McKinney | On The Trail: West Region
It was another busy weekend in the Pac-12 as a number of programs reeled in verbal commitments. Utah pulled in three-star receiver Jeremy McNichol, Arizona State continued its hot August and Stanford posted one of the most impressive days of the 2013 recruiting calendar.
about 1386 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's latest feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting each morning. Today's offerings: One rival coach says Stanford has the nation's most underrated class, Florida looks for a big week and Iowa's big loss shows that Alabama can recruit anywhere in the country.
about 1386 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Head coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterback Andrew Luck left for the NFL, but Stanford didn't disappear from the national picture. With a relentless, pounding ground attack on offense and that same physical aggressiveness in the front seven on defense, the Cardinal are in position to stay among the elite for the foreseeable future.
about 1387 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
A bug bit Urban Meyer hard in his days at Florida, a bug the two-time national championship coach can't shake. Meyer makes regular recruiting stops in Ohio, Florida, Texas and California, but that Georgia peach is just too hard to resist.
about 1462 days ago | Brad Bournival | Ohio State Buckeyes