March 19, 2008

It's About Time

Forty-three days ago, on National Signing Day, Terrelle Pryor sat before a contingent of media in his high school gym in Jeannette, Pa. and told them he needed more time to decide where he'd play next fall.

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March 18, 2008

Pryor Finality

Finally, we'll have our answer this week. Terrelle Pryor, the most hyped and heralded quarterback in the history of high school football, will make his decision on where he'll be attending school this fall. Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Oregon were Pryor's four finalists when he told the college football world on National Signing Day that he wasn't prepared to decide. But he's been down to two for some time. But which two?

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February 06, 2008

Signing Day Wrapup

Signing Day 2008 has come and gone and all but a few of the nation's top players have signed their letters of intent. So who had a great day and who disappointed? Here's a wrap-up of what went down over a relatively predictable day that managed to throw us one big curveball.

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Jenkins A Big Catch For Stewart

With Rich Rodriguez unexpectedly leaving for the Michigan job in December, the consensus was West Virginia's recruiting class would fall apart. And despite having just filled his last assistant position only eight days ago, the man appointed to take over for Rodriguez - Bill Stewart - is quite pleased with what the Mountaineers were able to pull in.

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To Hawkins Surprise, CU Lands Scott

Colorado's Class of 2008 was shaping up to be a pretty good one, but with the announcement that Darrell Scott - Tom Lemming's No. 2 player in the class - decided Boulder was the place to be, the Buffalos have vaulted up Lemming's team rankings and coach Dan Hawkins is very excited, and surprised, about how things played out.

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Georgia Rules

Not only will Mark Richt enter the season as the head coach of one of the nation's top teams, he's going to also feature one of the nation's best freshmen classes after Georgia brought in some big names Wednesday, most notably wide out A.J. Green - Tom Lemming's 12th ranked player in the Class of 2008.

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Bama Picks Up Harris, Now No. 1

The rich keep getting richer as Alabama picked up another top recruit this afternoon with the signing of Tom Lemming's 69th rankied player, LB Jerrell Harris.

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Irish Starting 2008 Strong

So much for that 3-9 season hurting Notre Dame in the recruiting game. With 11 players in Tom Lemming's Top 100 signed it looks like the Irish could be bringing in the nation's top class.

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Florida Does Pretty Well

Florida is not going to bring in the nation's No. 1 class this season. That's a given after the Gators lost out on a few recruits who changed their commitments last minute coupled with the fact Notre Dame and Alabama will be coming in with very strong classes. But that doesn't mean Urban Meyer's crew of freshmen is not supremely talented.

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Scott Becomes A Buffalo

The third big name not signed - Tom Lemming's No. 3 player, RB Darrell Scott - chose Colorado just a few minutes ago, spurning Texas.

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Jones To Alabama

Wide out Julio Jones, Tom Lemming's No. 3 player in the Class of 2008, is going to Alabama, he officially announced only a few minutes ago.

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Pryor Speaks, No Decision

The nation's No. 1 recruit, Terrelle Pryor, just got done telling the world why he has yet to officially decide on his college of choice. And for those of you looking to place any blame on why he hasn't made up his mind, look no further than basketball.

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Davis Lands Coples, Quinn

Second year UNC head coach Butch Davis has brought in more the big time talent as the Tar Heels just picked up official commitments from DL Quinton Coples (Tom Lemming No. 25) and DL Robert Quinn (Lemming No. 84).

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Race Between ND and Bama For No. 1

With Terrelle Pryor apparently deciding to make his announcement another day, much of the day's attention will be turned to Foley, Ala. WR Julio Jones - Tom Lemming's No. 3 overall player - who is deciding between Alabama, Oklahoma and Florida State. And if Nick Saban can land Jones, that just might push the Crimson Tide to the top of Lemming's class rankings.

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Green In Georgia's Bag

Georgia's Class of 2009 is shaping up to be a pretty good one for coach Mark Richt as the Bulldogs have secured two of their top recruits in WR A.J. Green (Lemming No. 12) and ATH Richard Samuel made it official early Wednesday.

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DeAndre Makes It Official

DeAndre Brown, Tom Lemming's No. 17 recruit for the Class of 2009, made his decision official today. The Ocean Spring, Miss. native decided to stay in-state - as most everyone figured - and play at Southern Miss for new coach Larry Fedora.

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Scott To Colorado Sounds Right

The nation's No. 2 recruit, running back Darrell Scott, was thought to be headed to Texas but word has it that the California native could be going to Colorado instead. At least that's what Tom Lemming is hearing.

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The Time Has Come

Signing Day has finally arrived and as schools around the country await official word on who will be joining their ranks for the upcoming season, the biggest fish in the sea - QB Terrelle Pryor - reportedly remains undecided and unsure if he will actually announce where he plans to play next season.

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February 05, 2008

Common Sense

We're one day away from Signing Day with many of the nation's top prospects yet to be signed, but using a little common sense should tell you where the nation's best uncommitted high school seniors will land Wednesday.

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