HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
It's the second straight day with a major college football commitment. Four-star quarterback Cooper Bateman announced for Alabama on Wednesday, coming on the heels of five-star running back Ty Isaac's commitment to USC on Tuesday.
Speaking of Alabama, Andrew Bone takes a spin through the state to update some of the hottest prospects.
And now a slew of committed prospects who are keeping their options open, starting with Texas A&M's five-star wide receiver commit Derek Griffin, who still plans to make a couple visits and gives us an update on the possibility of playing two sports in college.
Another five-star -- running back Derrick Henry -- committed to Georgia last July but is now entertaining other possibilities.
Then there's four-star defensive lineman Maquedius Bain, who has committed to Florida State but says seven schools are still in the mix.
Four-star linebacker Daniel McMillan is in a similar boat.
And three-star linebacker Doug Randolph is a Stanford commit but is still talking to Notre Dame.
Da'Shawn Hand is being touted as the top recruit of 2014. The soon-to-be five-star player has 30 offers already.
Nice moment here, as a first offer brought this 2014 recruit to tears.
Big Ten schools are starting to show interest in 2014's Nile Sykes, a versatile defender.
Meet a 14-year-old guard in Georgia who is already turning heads.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Five-star prospect Amile Jefferson made his college choice Tuesday, opting for Duke. He kept it a mystery until the very end.
Four-star center Dominic Woodson keeps getting better after bursting onto the scene last July.
Four-star sophomore Kevin Zabo updates us on his summer plans.
Arizona State picked up its first commit of the 2013 class.
Which teams will fare better with their wide receiving corps this year? Lisa Horne offers her take in her latest Stock Watch.
Derek Dooley addressed the media Tuesday, talking about Philip Fulmer's Hall of Fame induction and following his coaching act.
The Big Ten says it would prefer keeping bowl games as the sites in a potential playoff.
Mid-week musings from our Notre Dame site talk about the quarterback situation and more.
The UCLA site's spring reviews continues with the offensive line.
Louisville standout Peyton Siva tells us what he thinks is the key to the team living up to their expectations next season.
North Carolina State fans are chatting away about what's next after Amile Jefferson chose Duke instead of the Wolfpack.
VCU officially joined the Atlantic-10 yesterday.