Posted by Bryan Fischer
- Interesting story on recruiting services for players.
Quarterback Faton Bauta took an unofficial visit to UCF.
Athlete Janarion Grant was one of the top performers at USF's Sling and Shoot 7-on-7 Tournament.
Miami head coach Al Golden talks a little recruiting.
Minnesota seeks an in-state recruiting coup.
West Virginia is hoping to close out their summer with a commitment or two out of their summer camp.
With North Carolina coach Butch Davis gone, Virginia Tech lost a recruiting thorn in their side.
Mississippi State added receiver Fred Brown and speedster Brandon Holloway to their class.
Offensive lineman Joe Harris selected South Carolina over Georgia and Clemson.
Corner Jhavon Williams will head to UConn to play ball.
Kansas picked up quarterback Bilal Marshall from South Florida.
Receiver D'Arthur Cowan made it official: he was going to Arkansas.
Number 18 is in for Arizona State and it's defensive end Jarvis Lewis.
7/29 Recruiting Roundup
Posted on: July 29, 2011 11:26 am
Tags: Al Golden, Arizona State, Arkansas, Big 12, Big East, Bilal Marshall, Brandon Holloway, Butch Davis, Clemson, D'Arthur Cowan, Faton Bauta, Fred Brown, Georgia, Janarion Grant, Jarvis Lewis, Jhavon Williams, Joe Harris, Kansas, Miami, Minnesota, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Pac-12, SEC, Sling and Shoot, South Carolina, UCF, UConn, USF, Virginia Tech, West Virginia