Tom Luginbill breaks down the strengths of the 2010 wideout class in his superlatives.
Tom Luginbill breaks down the strengths of the 2010 quarterback class in his superlatives.
For some teams, early enrollees have already arrived, and we'll get a glimpse this spring. Here's our Top 10 class rankings, based only on who's on campus right now.
Predicting the future success of 17-year-old high school football prospects is an inexact science, but that doesn't mean it can't be done. And remember, you heard it here first.
Tom Luginbill previews the five prospects battling for the No. 1 spot in the 2009 ESPN 150.
Tom Luginbill looks at how the top ten prospects from the Class of 2007 have fared so far in their freshmen seasons.
The athlete category is filled mostly with high school quarterbacks with the skills to play a variety of positions in college, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill.
Every top 25 team has a chance to land a playmaking wide receiver from the deep, talented Class of 2008 group, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill.
They're signed and sealed, but what top prospects will deliver? Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill gives ten freshmen to watch for the 2007 season.
The quarterbacks in the class of 2008 have the potential to make a big impact at the collegiate level, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill.
Elite wide receivers and defensive speed highlight the 2008 ESPN 150, the nation's top 150 football prospects, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill.
Enthusiasm, sense of urgency fuel USC's Rising Senior camp, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill
Tom Luginbill writes that since not every prospect projects to one position in college, Scouts Inc. has added the "athlete" position for evaluations.
Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill examines 10 players whose stock is going to rise as their senior season approaches.
Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill looks at how the notable teams in the non-BCS conferences are recruiting the Class of 2007.
The versatility of "athlete" prospects makes recruiting them very important, writes Scouts Inc.'s Tom Luginbill.