Posted by Bryan Fischer
UCLA's Jim Mora has made some good moves with his assistants to make an impact in recruiting.
Ohio State's scholarship limitations means some numbers crunching.
The Tenneessee recruiting class is more stable than the Vols coaching staff.
Nicky Baratti made the early decision to go to Notre Dame.
Despite loses, LSU should still reel in a top recruiting class.
North Carolina's strong class is mostly headed out of state to Georgia, Florida and others.
Alabama and Vanderbilt are two schools winning the in-state recruiting battle.
Offensive tackle Kyle Murphy visited USC this weekend and will not take any more trips.
North Carolina added a commitment from defensive end Justin Thomason.
Wide receiver Joshua Stanford committed to Virginia Tech.
A pair of recruits, Kenneth Crawley and Derek McCartney, committed to Colorado on Sunday.
Athlete Guito Ervilus overcame an ACL tear to commit to USF.
Oklahoma State added two yesterday in offensive tackle Michael Wilson and wide receiver Chance Allen.
Punter Ryan Rodwell is pledge #17 for Georgia Tech.
Troubled cornerback Deion Bonner committed to Tennessee.
Very big pick up for Mississippi State in defensive end A.J. Jefferson.
Marshall commit Sean Connolly flipped to Kansas.
Minnesota tight end Cal Bloom committed to UCF.
Illinois added two in running back Devin Church and defensive back Jevaris Little.
1/22 Recruiting Roundup
Posted on: January 23, 2012 10:04 am
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