6-5, 240 | 40: 4.46
| Class of 2015
Josh Sweat, the top-rated overall prospect in the 2015 ESPN 300, was carted off the field Friday night after suffering a serious leg injury while playing for his high school team.
The nation's elite defensive linemen take their time in their recruiting process and coaches know these players, who could be the key to a title, are worth the wait.
Making 10 bold recruiting predictions, from class moves to where some of the biggest names land.
Nearly 90 recruits -- including 10 ESPN 300 prospects -- made commitments to the Pac-12 since the start of June, as the conference recruiting race heated up alongside the weather this summer.
The nation's top-ranked defensive tackle has made his decision: Trenton Thompson, the No. 6 overall recruit in the ESPN 300, committed to Georgia Tuesday.
The Seminoles added another player to the race with the commitment of ESPN 300 No. 55 Deondre Francois, who announced his decision Thursday at his high school.
ESPN 300 No. 1 Josh Sweat has earned praise and comparisons to Jadeveon Clowney, but while Sweat is amazing on the field, he's unassuming off it.
The Opening presented by Nike Football will take place July 7-10 at Nike World Headquarters in Oregon, with 162 of the nation's top high school football prospects set to compete.
The 2015 edition of the ESPN 300 debuts today. Uncommitted defensive tackle Trenton Thompson tops the first batch of rankings. Here are 10 things to know about the initial 2015 ESPN 300: 1.
All across the country, top programs are bringing in elite recruits for visits. Who's going where this weekend and what does it all mean?
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