Looking for the best prospects in the nation? Check out who made Tom Lemming's top 100 for 2005.
Nebraska still has the edge in the latest Top 25 rankings, but Tennessee and USC are not too far behind.
While most of the top WRs have not been wrapped up yet, the holiday season could bring a package deal to one team.
With Purdue snagging another top prospect, it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas in West Lafayette.
While Arizona and Nevada don't have the most blue-chippers, there are still a few quality players.
It's a good year for offensive players in Southern California, especially for quarterbacks.
While Southern California is known for being laid back, there are plenty of defensive stars with motors that don't quit.
Just like much of the wine in Northern California, the region's Class of 2005 football prospects have aged well.
While Washington, Oregon and Cal recruited well, USC's dominance is the recruiting story in the Pac-10.
The Letters of Intent have hit the fax machines, so it's time to look at the top classes of 2004.
A look at the newcomers who could play immediately in the Pac-10.
Southern California's Class of 2004 is strong on defense, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The number of talented offensive players in Southern California is amazing, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
Northern California, always a prime recuiting area, is loaded with DLs, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.