The newest eighth-grade sensation has been named. How he deals with that pressure as well as two coaches whose names have become synonymous with developing quarterbacks highlight this week's Four Downs.
This week in Four Downs, a Florida State assistant wins big by securing a commitment from a target of his previous school; their rival in Gainesville suffers a blow to its recruiting class; and a Notre Dame pledge heats up a family rivalry.
The four urban areas with high schools that boast the most NFL draft picks may not be a surprise, but upon further investigation, metro regions near Washington, D.C., New York City, St. Louis and Mobile, Ala., show an interesting trend.
This week in Four Downs, Notre Dame boosts an already-stellar class by adding Elijah Hood, Georgia gets two ESPN 150 skill players, the No. 2 overall prospects eyes another visit and a Big Ten area recruit looks south.
Monday marks the start of the spring evaluation period. Four Downs gives an overview of what that means for college football coaches and recruits as well as outlines the flurry of commitment activity during the weekend.