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  1. 02:37

    Official Visits: Who's Left At D-Tackle?

    With No. 5 DT Shy Tuttle committed, recruiting reporters Erik McKinney, Derek Tyson and Tom VanHaaren join ESPN's Phil Murphy to break down which colleges are still in contention for the other top defensive tackles.

    September 26, 2014
  2. 04:57

    Official Visit: Top 10 Commit Predictions

    Recruiting reporters Erik McKinney, Damon Sayles, Derek Tyson and Tom VanHaaren join ESPN's Phil Murphy to offer predictions on where the seven uncommitted members of the ESPN 300's top 10 will ultimately play college football.

    September 11, 2014
  3. 03:13

    Georgia Breeds Top Offensive Line Talent

    National recruiting analyst Craig Haubert joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to talk Georgia offensive linemen. A nation-high 10 offensive tackles and guards from the Peach State are ranked in the ESPN 300.

    May 13, 2014
  4. 03:10

    SEC Spring Recruiting Notebook

    Recruiting reporter Derek Tyson joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to offer a snapshot of the SEC recruiting landscape as spring recruiting hits its stride.

    April 30, 2014
  5. 02:13

    Top Uncommitted QB Talks College Decision

    Allen (Texas) quarterback Kyler Murray punched his ticket to the Elite 11 finals with an MVP performance at the Nike Football Training Camp in Dallas. Murray spoke about his performance and commitment timetable with ESPN's Phil Murphy.

    April 06, 2014
  6. 03:48

    Rival Colleges Establish Florida Pipelines

    Only once in the last three classes has the top recruit in Florida has committed to an in-state college. In a discussion with ESPN's Phil Murphy , recruiting reporter Derek Tyson explores the trend of neighboring states poaching Sunshine State talent

    March 28, 2014
  7. 02:19

    Biggest Questions in 2015 Recruiting

    National recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree joins Phil Murphy to discuss the programs with critical areas of need heading into 2015 recruiting and those teams closest to answering outstanding questions.

    March 18, 2014
  8. 04:50

    SEC Official Visit: Double-Digit Commits

    Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee and other SEC programs scored big with 2014 commitments over the weekend. Kipp Adams provides some clarity, including the team which improved the most and the player who will have the most significant impact.

    July 22, 2013
  9. 04:39

    SEC Official Visit: Notes from The Opening

    Derek Tyson stops by to relay what he learned at The Opening about new Tennessee commit Dillon Bates, Florida commit Will Grier, Cameron Robinson, Ermon Lane, and Elite 11 MVP Sean White.

    July 08, 2013
  10. 03:03

    SEC Official Visit: Big week for Tigers and 'Cats

    In this week's SEC Official Visit, we talk about a trio of big commits for the Auburn Tigers, and a top QB decides to stay home in Kentucky.

    May 13, 2013
  11. 05:26

    SEC Official Visit: Tennessee's hot start

    Dave Hooker stops by to talk Orlando Brown Jr.'s commitment to Tennessee and the overall hot start the new coaching staff is off too. Sam Khan Jr also stops by the show to talk a new commit for Alabama, and the latest in Texas A&M recruiting.

    May 06, 2013
  12. 02:49

    RecruitingNation: Craziest Offers

    We asked a host of top recruits in the country what some of the craziest offers they received during their recruitments were. The answers ranged from cars, to twins, and everything in between.

    January 22, 2013
  13. 06:00

    ESPNHS Weekly Report -- Nov. 3

    Catch up on high school sports news as Phil Murphy of ESPNHS recaps a national record-setting weekend, regional football players of the week and a pair of soccer state titles.

    November 03, 2011
  14. 06:12

    ESPNHS Weekly Report -- Oct. 13

    Catch up on the latest high school sports news with Phil Murphy of ESPNHS. The top three football teams play games worthy of watching -- and they weren't even the best on the schedule. Recruits committed to Alabama, Arkansas and Missouri -- and other

    October 12, 2011