Continuing "Phil Steele Week" on ESPN Insider, Phil shares 10 teams that could surprise the nation during the 2014 college football season.
With the first quarter of the recruiting calendar behind us, RecruitingNation's scouts and reporters look at how the SEC is faring on the trail.
Brian Fremeau breaks down the five college football programs that have gained the most ground via their recent recruiting efforts. The Stanford Cardinal head the list.
As signing day nears, 2014's top teams look to secure their incoming classes. RecruitingNation offers up a sneak peek at how the teams in Mark Schlabach's Way-Too-Early Top 25 are faring.
John Gasaway previews the 2013-14 season for Ole Miss, who will try to repeat the success they had in 2012-13.
Three big games (LSU-Georgia, Wisconsin-Ohio State and Ole Miss-Alabama) mean plenty of key visitors on campuses this weekend.
No. 1 recruit Leonard Fournette had an impressive showing despite his team losing to No. 8 recruit Speedy Noil's squad
With the first quarter of the recruiting calendar behind us, RecruitingNation's Derek Tyson takes a look at how the SEC is faring on the recruiting trail.
Jeff Goodman examines where each SEC team will fall during the 2013-14 season. Kentucky tops the list despite making an unsuccessful NIT run last season.
Ryan McGee takes a look at five teams that won't be in the BCS title hunt themselves, but stand the best chance of potentially spoiling the dreams of other national championship hopefuls in 2013.
RecruitingNation's Dave Telep looks at how the SEC basketball teams are shaping up for the 2014 recruiting cycle, including who they have, who they want, a storyline to watch, a bold prediction and their overall recruiting trend.
Travis Haney takes a look at five teams that just missed the cut in the College Football Future Power Rankings, beginning with the Ole Miss Rebels.
Tom Luginbill ranks his 10 players most likely to become college football stars over the next three years.
Phil Steele ranks the top 15 defensive lines in college football this season. Notre Dame, which returns two All-Americans, tops the list.
These five players were highly rated prospects, and they will make an instant impact at college programs around the country this fall.