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.
With the dead period looming, Brian Kelly has a lot of recruiting responsibilities to handle in a short period of time, writes Tom Luginbill.
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.
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.
Tom Luginbill reports on the top players from Saturday's Summerville (S.C.) vs. Booker T. Washington (Miami) and Berkeley (S.C.) vs. First Coast (Fla.) games.
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.
With explosiveness, power and speed, the Class of 2008 running backs offer something for every college team.
The cornerback position is the toughest and most difficult position to evaluate and project at the high school level, writes Tom Luginbill.
Quarterback is the most complex position to evaluate at the high school level, with physical traits only part of the picture, writes Tom Luginbill.
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.