Now that the 2014 recruiting rankings are final, we take a look at the players that will have a chance to help their team immediately.
It's not quantity, it's quality. Only 19 schools changed coaches, but those that did -- Washington, Penn State -- set themselves up for nice futures.
al.com reported that former Wake Forest head coach Jim Grobe is interviewing for the UAB job Friday in Atlanta.
Texas' Charlie Strong comes in a No. 5 on the ranking of the top 10 coaching hires of this offseason. Southern California and Louisville are in the bottom half.
Alabama, Vanderbilt, Clemson and Ohio State could have lost coaches in the December coaching carousel but kept them. Penn State could lose Bill O'Brien though.
Notre Dame will join the ACC as a partial member in 2014, playing five ACC opponents per year.
Most of the Football Bowl Subdivision coaching hires the last two years have gone to offensive coaches.
Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy should be a Texas candidate, Army has plenty of potential replacements for Rich Ellerson.
Auburn RB Tre Mason's late-season surge is a big reason why college football needs to re-think its award voting set-up. Also another ride on the coaching carousel in this week's mailbag.
Bowling Green coach Dave Clawson will be the next coach at Wake Forest, according to CBS Sports' Bruce Feldman.

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