Though the Trojans might benefit if Florida State releases the star 2013 linebacker from his letter of intent, they know what kind of moral dilemma FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is facing.
GatorNation gives a status update on Florida's early enrollees at the conclusion of spring practice.
Georgia couldn't have picked a better time for a change at defensive line coach. While Chris Wilson doesn't have the benefit of experienced players, he will get to mold who he has in his style.
Nick Saban might not like it. Recruits can be on the short or benefit from it. Make no mistakes the commitment flipping game is here to stay and both sides are learning to play.
With seven incoming freshman already on campus for the spring semester, USC has a nice head start in integrating its 2013 recuriting class into the fold.
The Longhorns' four early enrollees will benefit from the head start they'll get this spring, and that leg up more importantly should benefit the team, as a whole, even more.
Enrolling early is a complicated process that's not for everybody, but Michigan director of football operations Bob Lopez tries to make it a good experience.
USC's recruiting class has suffered some blows recently, but having all of their commits at the two big all-star games should be a benefit down the stretch.
Because of Georgia's roster attrition, the Bulldogs will have a large recruiting class and many of them plan to enroll early.
Roy Roundtree caught as many passes for more yards in the final four games of his senior season than he did his entire junior year.
Brady Hoke has put an emphasis on offensive line recruiting, and his efforts have yielded more four-star prospects in two years than Michigan has head in previous six seasons combined.
Getting to play in a bowl game allows USC an extra set of December practices that could pay big dividends for young players in 2013.
Recruiting junior college players is no longer a get-rich-quick way of program-building, and the Longhorns could benefit from pursuing more juco players.
Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison has added a new wrinkle in his base 4-3, often sending a linebacker out over a receiver when facing spread offenses.
Two moves, one from Florida to USC and another from safety to cornerback, have fit Trojans sophomore Josh Shaw quite well.
Brady Hoke and the players feel like the bye week before the start of the conference season has been of huge benefit.