Posted by Bryan Fischer
-- Good, in-depth look at oversigning.
Tennessee extended an offer to local athlete Cody Blanc.
Notre Dame's current recruiting class just isn't as impactful as last year's.
Despite an NCAA investigation, Auburn recruiting is continuing to roll.
West Virginia's new recruiting coordinator has a better understanding of NCAA rules than recruiting ins and outs and that isn't a bad thing.
Ohio State might not get a top 10 player from the state of Ohio.
Michigan State, however, is doing very well in the state of Ohio.
Receiver DeAndre Jasper loved his visit to UCF.
Michigan has done well in-state, landing five of the top seven recruits.
Some notes from Arkansas' latest summer camp.
- The inside story on how Georgia turned Dawg Night into a commitment-fest.
Some highlights of new Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight.
Georgia Tech's NCAA troubles could cost them a quarterback recruit.
Arizona State added California linebacker C.J. Dozier.
Florida grabbed a commitment from safety Rhaheim Ledbetter.
Offensive lineman Joe Spencer committed to Illinois.
Half of Colorado's class is from Texas after wideout Peyton Williams committed.
Defensive athlete Jason Thompson is the latest Washington Husky.
South Carolina received a commitment from offensive lineman Cody Waldrop.
Kicker Bobby Puyol committed to UConn.
7/17 Recruiting Roundup
Posted on: July 17, 2011 10:32 am
Edited on: July 17, 2011 10:44 am
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