Looking for the best prospects in the nation? Check out who made Tom Lemming's top 100 for 2005.
Nebraska still has the edge in the latest Top 25 rankings, but Tennessee and USC are not too far behind.
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl provided many answers to recruiting's top questions.
A look at which ACC freshmen from the Class of 2004 could hit the field early.
While Derrick Williams has recruiters streaming into Maryland, the DB/WR is not the state's only talent.
The Letters of Intent won't hit fax machines until February, but it's never to early too gauge the recruiting scene.
A talented collection of wide receivers and linemen are making the most noise in the Buckeye State this year.
The deep talent pool in eastern Pennsylvania has college scouts from across the country camping out in the state.
It's never a great year for football talent in the New England area, but every couple of years a few gems will emerge.
It's an unusually good year for football talent in New York, and the nation's No. 1 prospect just might emerge from the Empire State.
New Jersey brings two very talented LBs and a deep crop of DBs to the Class of 2005 dance.
New Jersey is loaded at RB and WR, but a tackle from Plainfield is attracting the most attention on offense.
Not only does Virginia have its share of offensive prospects for 2005, but it's also home to a host of athletic defenders.
The strength of Michigan's Class of 2005 prospects is on defense, especially at linebacker and defensive back.
The Palmetto State's Class of 2005 will not yield a banner crop, but there are a few blue-ribbon gems.