Tag:Howard Schnellenberger
Posted on: November 16, 2011 11:53 am
Edited on: November 16, 2011 11:54 am
 

11/16 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Brandon Weeden has transformed Oklahoma State and that will have an effect on recruiting.

Wide receiver Stefon Diggs is considering Michigan.

 Georgia is in the running for top 2013 player Robert Nkemdiche, who his coach says is better than anybody on Alabama's 1992 national championship squad.

 FAU's poor season won't impact the Owls recruiting, according to Howard Schnellenberger.

 N.C. State and North Carolina have benefited from a few change of hearts.

 Wide receiver Amara Darboh will take an official visit to Notre Dame this weekend.

 Daniel Glauser has a quest to be the first D-I football player from Switzerland and is considering Arkansas.

 Wide out Rayshawn Jenkins flipped his commitment from USF to Miami.

Posted on: August 15, 2011 1:54 pm
Edited on: August 15, 2011 1:55 pm
 

8/15 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

- Updates on two top offensive tackles, Zach Banner and Joshua Garnett.

- Athlete Demetrious Cox has narrowed down his list to 10 schools.

USC will have to rely on their top five recruiting class this season.

FAU's recruiting will get complicated with Howard Schnellenberger retiring.

 Penn State's recruiting class might get even better.

The SEC could expand their recruiting base if Texas A&M joins the conference. A few Aggie commits discuss the possible move.

Defensive end Channing Ward and defensive tackle Quay Evans talked about recruiting while at Mississippi State.

The surgery on Florida commit Matt Jones went well.

Kentucky commit Patrick Towles is ready for the season to begin.

 An update on Oklahoma commit Ty Darlington.

Good story on Auburn recruit Zeke Pike and quarterback coach George Whitfield saying he has no ceiling.

Commitments:

Defensive back Justin Simmons committed to Boston College.

Penn State picked up two big time players recently.

 
 
 
 
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