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  1. ESPU 150's Barry J. Sanders commits to Stanford Cardinal

    Damon Sayles

    Barry J. Sanders is heading to Stanford.

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2012
  2. Zac Veatch's value is in his versatility

    Damon Sayles

    Ask Broken Arrow (Okla.) coach Steve Spavital about where three-star Zac Veatch will play on the next level, and you may get four or five different answers. Truth is, Veatch, one of the top tight ends in Oklahoma, can line up at defensive end or cen...

    Blog | Conversation | September 30, 2011
  3. What to watch this weekend

    Damon Sayles

    Five things to watch this weekend: Brian Nance, what's your next move? Four-star linebacker Brian Nance (Euless, Texas/Trinity) has gone on record saying he will take official visits before choosing his college home. Still, it's probably a good id...

    Blog | Conversation | September 15, 2011
  4. Gerren Ballard's stock on the rise

    Damon Sayles

    A couple years ago, Gerren Ballard (Whitewright, Texas/Whitewright) wasn't expecting to be a college football recruit. His first love is -- and still is -- basketball. As the years have past, he's found a genuine passion for the gridiron. In many wa...

    Blog | Conversation | September 13, 2011
  5. Alex Kozan cuts list down to seven

    Damon Sayles

    Four-star offensive lineman Alex Kozan (Highland Ranch, Colo./Valor Christian) has been a solid left tackle the past two seasons. The last thing he wants, however, is to be typecast. Kozan considers himself not a good tackle but a good lineman -- wh...

    Blog | Conversation | September 12, 2011
  6. Emmanuel Ogbah picks Oklahoma State

    Damon Sayles

    Sometimes, a visit to a campus isn't necessary for a recruit. All that matters is playing in a major conference while getting a good education. Emmanuel Ogbah (Fort Bend, Texas/Bush) hasn't made a visit to Oklahoma State, but the conversations with ...

    Blog | Conversation | September 09, 2011