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  1. Impact of lacking talent in Alabama

    Mike LaPlante, ESPN Recruiting

    With Devin Langford's (Huntsville, Ala./Lee) recent commitment to Illinois, the pickings for high-major talent in Alabama are slim. In fact, it is down to one -- Trevor Lacey (Huntsville, Ala./ Butler) -- who is rumored to be close to a decision. L...

    Blog | Conversation | December 15, 2010
  2. Miller Grove's interior highlights Nike Explosion

    Mike LaPlante, ESPN Recruiting

    While Cam Newton was leading Auburn to an SEC Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, just up the road in Marietta some die hard basketball fans were getting an opportunity to catch some of the best high school basketball players in Georgia as d...

    Blog | Conversation | December 06, 2010
  3. Trevor Lacey scoring in bunches out of the gate

    Mike LaPlante, ESPN Recruiting

    With only six ESPNU 100 players left on the board it is obvious that each of the remaining players will receive a lot of attention from high-major programs throughout the season prior to the late signing period. One player that has come out of the ga...

    Blog | Conversation | November 18, 2010
  4. Hariold Givens receiving high-major interest

    Mike LaPlante, ESPN Recruiting

    Although Harold Givens (Columbus, Ga./ Northside) is only beginning his sophomore season, but high-major programs are already taking notice of the gifted athlete that many consider the best sophomore in Georgia and one of the top players in the 2013 ...

    Blog | Conversation | November 02, 2010
  5. ESPNU 100 G Cedrick McAfee backs off FIU, opens things back up

    Mike LaPlante, ESPN Recruiting

    The recruiting process can make a prospect's head spin. Being courted by college coaches, who are often celebrities within their profession, and having to make a life decision that will greatly affect their futures is a lot to pile on an 18 year old....

    Blog | Conversation | September 20, 2010