New Penn State O-line coach Herb Hand is ready to build off the work he did back at Vandy and make an impact helping families affected by child sex abuse in a community that's been in the national spotlight in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
This past weekend featured several commits of significance for the 2015 cycle -- including a trio at Penn State, where James Franklin and staff held a junior day that paid immediate dividends and could pay more in the very near future.
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.