Texas, USC, Washington and Penn State are all among the programs with new head coaches. Which new head man figures to get off to the best start in Year One? That question and more in this week's mailbag.
This year's Los Angeles Nike Football Training Camp was loaded with elite recruits- many of the best at their positions nationally for the 2015 cycle. Almost without exception, the highly-touted prospects performed at a high level.
After not throwing at the NFL combine, the heat is on Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater at their on-campus pro days to perform well in front of scouts. What do they need to show? And what other upcoming pro days are worth watching?
Georgia's Bryan McClendon edged USC's Tee Martin for the No. 1 spot in the 247Sports national recruiter rankings for the 2014 cycle, but there were other big efforts, including one ACC assistant who may not be done and an SEC assistant who had a hand in 17 signees.
The recruiting cycle in college football is 365 days of late. With three of the top five Class of 2015 prospects in the country already committed, it's never too early to jump in and take a look at what's next.