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Four-star offensive lineman Tyrone Crowder will announce his top five in the near future.
Four-star offensive tackle Nico Falah has a slew of offers and is almost ready to trim his list.
Penn State has made an offer to big three-star linebacker Ebenezer Ogundeko, who says he likes it a lot.
Greg Biggins breaks down the latest LSU commit, four-star QB Hayden Rettig.
Three-star running back Zachary Green is solid on his commitment to Arizona, as the picture attached to the story probably indicates.
Solomon Warfield, a three-star safety out of Ohio, has racked up 20 offers this year.
Offensive lineman Nick Whitton dominated the Oakland NFTC but is still waiting for his first offer.
Arkansas is one of many schools interested in three-star linebacker Walker Jones.
A trip to Hawaii is showcasing some good talent to our Northwest recruiting analyst.
News and notes from around Florida gives us an update on three-star recruit Skai Moore and many others.
Big-time 2014 tight end Jacory Washington, expected to be a top prospect at the position next year, updates us on his summer plans.
2014 running back Gerald Towns is already hearing from some big schools.
Meet sophomore quarterback Kevin Dillman, originally from Sweden and already holding six offers.
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From Chicago to California, here's where the Scout recruiting team will be over this Memorial Day weekend.
Evan Daniels wraps up his top five 2012 recruiting classes countdown with UCLA at No. 2 and Kentucky at No. 1.
Arkansas has a great freshman class coming in, but how much can they help in the first year? Here's one take.
Nice story from our West Virginia site on the public memorial for Bill Stewart, who died earlier this week after a heart attack.
Our Washington State site takes a closer look at Mike Leach's first year of recruiting for the Cougars and notes the recent emphasis on defense.
Our Notre Dame publisher offers three quick thoughts on the team ahead of Memorial Day weekend. And here's a look at their running back recruiting efforts.
Our UCLA site offers an early look at the Pac-12 conference, starting with Washington, Washington State, Stanford and Cal.
Aging Williams and Mariucci Arenas at Minnesota will get a facelift.