While most of the top WRs have not been wrapped up yet, the holiday season could bring a package deal to one team.
While northern Florida's Class of 2005 might have a lot of talent, the prospects in southern Florida are even better.
A look at which ACC freshmen from the Class of 2004 could hit the field early.
Northern Florida's Class of 2005 will make a lot of dreams come true for recruiters across the country.
Louisiana's Class of 2005 does not have great depth, but it does have a few spectacularly talented prospects.
The deep talent pool in eastern Pennsylvania has college scouts from across the country camping out in the state.
It's never a great year for football talent in the New England area, but every couple of years a few gems will emerge.
New Jersey is loaded at RB and WR, but a tackle from Plainfield is attracting the most attention on offense.
Not only does Virginia have its share of offensive prospects for 2005, but it's also home to a host of athletic defenders.
The Palmetto State's Class of 2005 will not yield a banner crop, but there are a few blue-ribbon gems.
North Carolina is loaded with offensive talent this year, especially at QB, RB and WR.
RB Toney Baker has the size, speed and moves to make an immediate impact at the college level.
The Letters of Intent have hit the fax machines, so it's time to look at the top classes of 2004.
Many top prospects are close to making a decision and Tennessee looks to be in good position for a fast finish.
While not up to last year's unbelievble group of prospects, Maryland has some talent writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.