He's lost his quarterback (Matt Barkley) and his running mate at WR (Robert Woods), but USC junior Marqise Lee is focused on putting up even better numbers than he did during his Biletnikoff-winning sophomore season.
GatorNation gives a status update on Florida's early enrollees at the conclusion of spring practice.
Steven Bench is a coach's kid who grow up around football, learns quickly and won't back down in the compeition to start at quarterback for Penn State.
Noah Spence's daily battles with All-Big Ten offensive tackle Jack Mewhort have been eye-opening, as the rising sophomore defensive end is showing star potential in Ohio State spring practice.
Biletnikoff Winner Marqise Lee is set as one starting wide receiver for USC, but the battle to find Robert Woods' replacement is one of the most important of the spring.
Former Michigan defensive end Craig Roh played at several spots in several schemes, but the end result is he leaves Michigan as the all-time leader in consecutive starts.
Texas commit and late bloomer Rami Hammad has come a long way in a short time. The offensive tackle showed he's worthy of being a dominant blocker at the college level.
Texas recruiting in 2012 played out a lot like usual. Nearly every commit was in the bag by the end of the summer. Not much has changed since then. But now comes the furious flurry, the final push.
An outstanding performance by the secondary backed up strong efforts by the line and linebackers, creating a strong Gators defensive unit.
Taco Charlton comes to Michigan, where he hopes to get ready for the NFL while rooming with former high school rival Jake Butt.
USC Trojans running back Tre Madden and defensive end Devon Kennard were poised to be major contributors before season-ending injuries in 2012.
In his final high school game, USC linebacker recruit Michael Hutchings helped perennial national power Concord (Calif.) De La Salle win its fourth consecutive state title.
2014 DE Lawrence Marshall has offers from Michigan and Michigan State, but he admits he grew up a Spartans fan and patterns his game after William Gholston.
Ohio State Buckeyes defensive end John Simon will leave a legacy of hard work, leadership and perhaps an undefeated season if Ohio State beats Michigan.
When the final seconds of Michigan's 42-17 Senior Day victory over Iowa wound down, the Wolverines' Class of 2013 realized that they'll be suited up for Michigan's next home game.
Ohio State Buckeyes will host defensive end Da'Shawn Hand, one of the top juniors in the country, for the Michigan game on Nov. 24.