Former All-Pro OL LeCharles Bentley impressed with how much improvement 2014 prospect K.C. McDermott has shown, writes Jamie Newberg.
Sure Montravious Adams is blessed with incredible size but it's his work ethic that really stands out, writes Jamie Newberg.
The state of Georgia, which has 55 of the 209 SEC commitments to date, is becoming an SEC hotbed.
Blake Tibbs was said to be waiting for Georgia to offer, but when the Dawgs finally did, he didn't jump on it. That was just one interesting note from this weekend in the Southeast.
Mississippi State has kept up the momentum on the recruiting trail from a strong 2010 season, writes Jamie Newberg.
Five-star DT Eddie Goldman decided to play in the Under Armour All-America Game, but he's still undecided about what college he'll play football at next year.
Linebacker Reuben Foster enjoyed Dawg Night but isn't ready to make a call among UGA and his other SEC suitors, writes Jamie Newberg.
Following in the footsteps of his dad, who played in the NFL, and his big brother, who plays at Nebraska, Andrus Peat, one of the nation's top OT recruits, is just carrying on the family business.
Sophomore middle linebacker Reuben Foster has recruiters buzzing and he's only going to get better, writes Jamie Newberg.
A tour of Georgia shows the Peach State is loaded with many top prospects, highlighted by some talented Class of 2013 prospects.
A tour of Georgia shows the Peach State is loaded with many top prospects, highlighted by the crew at Stephenson HS.
A tour of Georgia shows the Peach State is loaded with many top prospects, including a secondary at Creekside HS that leaves recruiters drooling.
Standout ATH Germone Hopper and LB Nick Dawson are leading Phillip O. Berry Academy and garnering plenty of big-name offers.
Normally, it's Texas and the Big 12 which loads up on the early commits. But this year, the SEC, best known for closing strong, is off to a fast start for the 2012 commits.
Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 prospect in the country, commits to South Carolina over Clemson and Alabama.