While waiting for top prospects to announce their decisions on signing day can be nerve-wracking, few dramas compare to 1979 and Herschel Walker and Kerwin Bell.
In the unpredictable world of recruiting, it's great to get five-star prospects. But a team's success often comes down to coaching and player development.
Gene Chizik goes from Auburn's king to a mere jester, yet the #KeepChizik hashtag could yet prove prescient for Alabama's faithful.
It would have been bad for Alabama to lose defensive coordinator Kirby Smart and his recruiting ties to neighboring Georgia. It could have been worse for him to end up at archrival Auburn.
Eddie Vanderdoes is as big-time as they come, and the USC defensive tackle commit has brought a lot of attention to the sleepy town of Auburn, Calif.
The nation's No. 2 prospect schedules an afternoon press conference, during which it's possible he'll decommit from Bama.
The IMG 7-on-7 Midwest qualifier was loaded with top prospects, including several Michigan commits and targets.
Coveted ESPN 150 WR Laquon Treadwell has Michigan in his top three, but he isn't ready to pull the trigger until he sees more of the schools that have offered.
Auburn, Calif., defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes feels as if he's close to a USC offer while the USC coaches aggressively get going during the Spring Evaluation Period.
Among the prospects who stood out at Saturday's NFTC in Buford, Ga., were two rising juniors who hold offers from Georgia.
Eddie Vanderdoes didn't expect his recruiting to blow up the way it has. But thanks to a close-knit family and community, he's handling it well.
2013 DT Dee Liner grew up an Auburn fan but is considering Alabama.
For Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek receiver Demarre Kitt, the college offers couldn't come soon enough. Now the rising junior is mapping out a busy schedule of visits to favorites Auburn, Alabama, Clemson and Georgia, while the offers keep pouring in.
Recruits often commit early to avoid other teams from bothering them, but often, the opposite happens.
Defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and D-backs coach Scott Lakatos have whipped Georgia's secondary into a precision shredder against top-tier receivers like MSU's B.J. Cunningham.