The U.S. Army All-American Bowl provided many answers to recruiting's top questions.
With Purdue snagging another top prospect, it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas in West Lafayette.
A talented collection of wide receivers and linemen are making the most noise in the Buckeye State this year.
Minnesota might be known for the number of lakes within its borders, but talented linemen are another staple of the state.
While neither Iowa nor Kansas are exactly recruiting hotbeds, one of those states does have more talent than usual.
From receivers and tight ends to defensive linemen and running backs, the Show Me State delivers.
Whether searching for linemen or skill position players, recruiters can strike it rich along the Texas Gulf Coast.
The Pacific Northwest in breathtakingly beautiful. And the recruits in the region are pretty good as well.
There's enough talent in the Colorado and Utah to ensure that recruiters will be heading to the mountains this year.
It's never a great year for football talent in the New England area, but every couple of years a few gems will emerge.
. . .You've said it all. It's a very good year for recruiting in Wisconsin, including some great linemen.
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.
Illinois' Class of 2005 includes a solid crop of defenders, highlighted by a strong group of linemen.
The Illinois Class of 2005 is loaded with outstanding talent on offense, especially at running back.
New Jersey is loaded at RB and WR, but a tackle from Plainfield is attracting the most attention on offense.
The strength of Michigan's Class of 2005 prospects is on defense, especially at linebacker and defensive back.