These former top recruits could be on the verge of making immediate impacts in their freshman seasons.
Tom Luginbill ranks his 10 players most likely to become college football stars over the next three years.
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.
After we watched the best players battle one another in all-star games, there were changes in the ESPNU 150 rankings, including at the top spot.
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.
USC jumps to No. 2 and Rutgers makes its first ever top-10 appearance, writes Tom Luginbill.
With seven months until signing day, Texas' big, bountiful class has hit the mark so far as the nation's best, writes Tom Luginbill.
Tom Luginbill sums up the trends of the 2008 class and writes about what to watch for on national signing day.
Florida moves all the way to No. 1 in Tom Luginbill's latest Class of 2008 rankings.
Recent additions to Florida's class push it up to No. 7 in Tom Luginbill's latest 2008 rankings.
Tom Luginbill looks at where the top ten undecided 2008 prospects will end up on national signing day.
Miami holds on to No. 1 while Georgia, Ohio State and Oklahoma move up in Tom Luginbill's latest top 2008 recruiting classes.
Tom Luginbill looks at how the top ten prospects from the Class of 2007 have fared so far in their freshmen seasons.
Ohio State, Alabama and Notre Dame have moved up in Tom Luginbill's latest top-10 Class of 2008 recruiting classes.
Through mid-October, Miami (FL) and USC top Tom Luginbill's top ten Class of 2008 recruiting classes.
Urban Meyer and Florida have jumped to No. 1 and Auburn re-enters the top 10 in Tom Luginbill's latest class rankings.