Looking for the best prospects in the nation? Check out who made Tom Lemming's top 100 for 2005.
Nebraska still has the edge in the latest Top 25 rankings, but Tennessee and USC are not too far behind.
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl provided many answers to recruiting's top questions.
While most of the top WRs have not been wrapped up yet, the holiday season could bring a package deal to one team.
A solid weekend of visits has a couple of Big Ten teams inching closer to top 10 classes.
The Michigan Wolverines appear to be close to reaping even more benefits from a terrific weekend.
The news from this weekend's visits started with a late-night phone call from Aggieland.
Tyler Blum might not play 11-man football now, but the talented two-way Iowa prospect certainly will.
A talented collection of wide receivers and linemen are making the most noise in the Buckeye State this year.
The Letters of Intent won't hit fax machines until February, but it's never to early too gauge the recruiting scene.
Minnesota might be known for the number of lakes within its borders, but talented linemen are another staple of the state.
While neither Iowa nor Kansas are exactly recruiting hotbeds, one of those states does have more talent than usual.
From receivers and tight ends to defensive linemen and running backs, the Show Me State delivers.
Northern Texas' Class of 2005 is loaded with quality players, especially along the line of scrimmage.
The Pacific Northwest in breathtakingly beautiful. And the recruits in the region are pretty good as well.