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Posted on: February 10, 2011 8:44 am

2/10 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

While most people are sipping their coffee, many coaches across the country are doing the same in a dark film room evaluating recruits and hoping to bring in the next class of great players for their school.

- An early list of the top ten players for the state of Georgia from the class of 2012.

- Oklahoma has hired a new on-campus recruiting coordinator in former Minnesota recruiting coordinator Dan Berezowitz.

- SI.com’s Andy Staples goes back and re-ranks the 2008 recruiting classes with the added bonus of hindsight.

- Miami (Fla.) athlete Deandre Jasper claims offers from Florida State, UCF and Rutgers.

- Texas Tech has made a push into the state of Florida under Tommy Tuberville and they did so once again in extending an offer to cornerback Joseph McClary.

- Miami picked up two players yesterday, transfer Tate Forcier from Michigan and 2012 cornerback A.J. Leggett.

Posted on: February 6, 2011 10:26 am
Edited on: February 6, 2011 2:18 pm

2/6 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

We couldn't supersize the roundup because some game that is on is taking up most of the news coverage. Speaking of which, who do you have? Steelers or Packers?

- A well-reasoned rebuttal to Nick Saban and oversigning. Stewart Mandel decodes what Saban said in his Signing Day press conference, if you need more on oversigning.

- The Dallas area is known for producing some of the best talent in the country, so be sure and glance at some of the top 2012 recruits from in and around the area.

- Former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier is looking at several programs, including Washington.

- Nice list of the 2011 spring games and spring football practice dates, which are usually an opportunity for recruits to take unofficial visits to schools and see what they're all about.

- Some more information about Mississippi State's recruiting class.
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