Posted by Bryan Fischer
Michigan commit Royce Jenkins-Stone has been selected to the Army All-American game.
A Thursday night, national TV game provides a recruiting opportunity for USC.
Arizona commits react to Mike Stoops mid-season firing.
With West Virginia off this week, it gives Dana Holgorsen and staff a chance to go recruit.
Florida's struggles on the field have resulted in a mixed bag in terms of recruiting.
Georgia is still recruiting the state's top linebackers even if they're committed elsewhere.
Jon Embree says Colorado's 1-5 record isn't hurting recruiting too much.
Offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley enjoyed his official visit to Arkansas.
Alton 'Pig' Howard has Tennessee as his leader.
East Carolina landed linebacker Reece Speight and wide receiver Dayon Pratt.
Wide receiver Cameron Posey commited to Purdue.
Center Cameron Dees becomes the seventh player from his high school to commit to an FBS program, pledging to Marshall.
10/12 Recruiting Roundup
Posted on: October 12, 2011 10:05 am
Edited on: October 12, 2011 10:05 am
Tags: Alton Howard, Arizona, Arkansas, Army All-American Bowl, Cameron Dees, Cameron Posey, Colorado, Dana Holgorsen, Dayon Pratt, East Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Jon Embree, Marshall, Michigan, Mike Stoops, Pig Howard, Purdue, Reece Speight, Ronnie Stanley, Royce Jenkins-Stone, Tennssee, USC, West Virginia