The Big East is balanced on the recruiting front, but USF has the only ESPNU 150 prospect.
Bill Conley breaks down the strengths of the 2010 safety class in his superlatives.
Bill Conley breaks down the strengths of the 2010 offensive line class in his superlatives.
Top skill position players Phillip Sims and Justin Hunter are leaving the Atlantic Coast in favor of the SEC, writes Bill Conley.
Penn State lays claim to three of top six players in Pennsylvania, writes Bill Conley.
Ohio State keeps its stranglehold on in-state talent, writes Bill Conley.
Evan Hailes looks forward to displaying his skills in front of a national TV audience.
Phillip Sims is one of several talented signal-callers slated to play in January's UA Game.
Owamagbe Odighizuwa of Portland, Ore., continues the trend of talented pass-rushers in the Pacific Northwest, writes Billy Conley.
Nevada's 2010 class is heavy on offensive talent, writes Bill Conley.
Offensive lineman Nick Demien is one of three four-star prospects from Missouri, writes Bill Conley.
With a commitment from top prospect Vernon Gholston, Michigan State is thriving in recruiting its own territory, writes Bill Conley.
Kentucky is still a basketball state, but players like Harris Bivin are trying to put the focus on football, writes Bill Conley.
Kyle Prater and Gregory Barksdale highlight Illinois' recruiting class, writes Bill Conley.
Two of the nation's top programs, De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) and Lakeland (Fla.), are set to face off Friday night, writes Bill Conley.
RB Mack Brown and OLB Michael Taylor are among the Peach State's best, writes Billy Tucker.