As the Texas Longhorns take a weeklong break in the middle of spring practice, here's an update on position battles.
Alabama AD Mal Moore marvels at Nick Saban's ability to evaluate and coach players, and Moore has made Saban the highest-paid college coach in the nation.
In just his first season as a starting quarterback, sophomore Jeff Driskel is playing relatively mistake-free for the undefeated Gators. He'll need to keep it up to beat Georgia.
Penn State QB Matt McGloin is a far cry from the McGloin both Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes have seen in the past.
In a nod to his renewed effort to be the best, Texas junior receiver Mike Davis has changed his name, in theory -- and he wants to play well enough as "Magic Davis" to earn the right for fans to call him by that new name.
Thomas Wilcher, who played at Michigan and now is the head coach at defending Michigan state champ Detroit Cass Tech, runs a tight ship.
Michigan's 2014 CB targets.
Michigan's 2014 TE targets.
Michigan's 2014 WR targets.
Michigan's 2014 RB targets.
Michigan's 2014 QB targets.
Georgia walk-on Merritt Hall made enough of an impression to be the No. 1 fullback heading into fall camp. Now can he hold off his scholarship competition?
It might not seem obvious now, but before the 2012 season is over, UGA's history books could include a new name among the Bulldogs' all-time best receivers: Tavarres King.
Seffner, Fla., safety Leon McQuay III combines elite play with great academics, two factors that have Michigan in hot pursuit of him.
Matt Kalil and Nick Perry should hear their names called relatively early in the NFL draft this week. It's anyone's guess where the rest of the Trojans will be selected after that.
Many factors have shown why Texas went 13-12 over the last two years, but the most telling might be its NFL draft numbers.