Bruce Feldman examines the selection process for the College Football Hall of Fame, and learns that while the strict requirements guarantee some sense of order, they also cause the Hall to whiff on some deserving candidates.
After embarking on the "Rock Tour," which took recruits on a 10-day summer camp swing through a host of elite programs, young players like TE Taylor McNamara finally got the exposure they needed to nab crucial scholarship offers.
In the 2010 NFL draft, the SEC led all conferences in players selected -- but the Big 12 had the first four picks. The ACC had claims of its own (a run of years with a top-10 pick) and the Big Ten was No. 2 overall. What does all this mean?