Once an OT, Watch List TE Hunter Henry's future changed after his coach saw him play hoops, writes Jamie Newberg.
Arkansas suffers first hit from Bobby Petrino firing as Texas WR decommits but many recruits waiting to see what happens.
Sure Montravious Adams is blessed with incredible size but it's his work ethic that really stands out, writes Jamie Newberg.
The state of Georgia, which has 55 of the 209 SEC commitments to date, is becoming an SEC hotbed.
Ray Buchanan Jr.'s pledge to Arkansas highlights Cork Kell Classic at Georgia Dome, writes Jamie Newberg.
As teams get ready to start the season, a look at how programs in the SEC West are doing on the recruiting trail.
The Arkansas Razorbacks might get overshadowed in SEC, but they are building a solid class, writes Jamie Newberg.
Canadian OT David Knevel put playing hockey on ice in favor of football.
Derek Edinburgh, one of the best OTs in Louisiana, almost didn't make the switch from basketball.
While Class of 2012 is well represented, some freshmen and sophomores are turning heads as well in New Orleans, writes Jamie Newberg.
The state of Louisiana has lots of prospects to keep tabs on in the coming years, writes Jamie Newberg.
A Texas commit who is back healthy and dominating, a strong showing from future Texas A&M Aggies and a few talented prospects who turned heads highlighted the Houston NFTC.
UCF coach George O'Leary's sales pitch of a winning record, new facilities and location is working, writes Jamie Newberg.
Barry Sanders is keeping his options open, including his dad's alma mater, Oklahoma State, writes Jamie Newberg.
Normally, it's Texas and the Big 12 which loads up on the early commits. But this year, the SEC, best known for closing strong, is off to a fast start for the 2012 commits.
Alabama Crimson Tide and its eight ESPNU 150 prospects highlight the loaded SEC, writes Jamie Newberg.