West Virginia has the current No. 5 class nationally and the No. 1 class in the Big 12 for 2015 according to 247Sports team rankings. The key to the Mountaineers early success, and perhaps their program's overall recruiting efforts, is talent-rich south Florida.
The 2014 cycle had Tennessee and Kentucky. It was Ole Miss in 2013. For 2015- the surprise storyline could very well be Mississippi State, which currently has a top 10 class and potentially more on the way.
It's no secret that under Urban Meyer, Ohio State has continuously added speed to its roster through recruiting. For the Class of 2015, the Buckeyes will look to do the same and possibly land their backfield of the future.
This past weekend featured several commits of significance for the 2015 cycle -- including a trio at Penn State, where James Franklin and staff held a junior day that paid immediate dividends and could pay more in the very near future.
The recruiting cycle in college football is 365 days of late. With three of the top five Class of 2015 prospects in the country already committed, it's never too early to jump in and take a look at what's next.
University of Washington head coach Chris Petersen joined Jim Rome to discuss his recruiting process on Signing Day, suspending quarterback Cyler Miles and wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow for violating team rules, and much more.
There is a lot of talent heading to Tuscaloosa yet again. Alabama currently has the No. 1 class for the 2014 cycle and should the Crimson Tide finish at that spot, it will be the fourth straight top-ranked class for Nick Saban and staff.