We go around the FOX Sports Next network to bring you the best links we can find. Today: a five-star wide receiver de-commits, another five-star is taking his time, big visitors at Clemson and much more.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The big news of Tuesday night was five-star wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones deciding to de-commit from Texas. The Longhorns are still in the mix, but Seals-Jones will explore his options.
Five-star cornerback Priest Willis is planning on taking his time to make up his mind.
Nico Falah, Scout's No. 2 offensive tackle in the 2013 class, has named his top five.
Another four-star offensive tackle, Denver Kirkland, talks about the possibility of staying in Florida to play his college ball.
Four-star wide receiver Will Fuller talks about why he committed to Penn State.
Three-star cornerback Darius Mosely breaks downs his final five schools.
Another one with a top five is four-star cornerback Artie Burns. The one-time Alabama commit breaks down his new finalists.
Michigan picked up a couple big defensive commits this week. We take a look at one of them -- four-star defensive tackle Henry Poggi.
Three-star Derrick Calloway has more offers than he can count.
Linebacker LaChaston Smith talks about his decision to commit to Virginia.
Quarterback Shane McCarley was invited to LSU's camp and is hoping for an offer from the Tigers.
Chad Simmons looks at the list of top prospects from the South who made their decisions in the past week.
Charlie Weis picked up another commit, adding cornerback Colin Spencer.
South Carolina has offered 2015 quarterback Kevin Johnson, whose dad played for the Gamecocks.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Coveted 2013 prospect Damian Jones had a breakout spring and is gaining offers.
Four-star forward Dakarai Allen talks about his recent visits to the big L.A. schools.
Three-star Alvin Ellis also had a huge spring, and major programs are starting to take notice.
Check out this interview with four-star Jarrell Martin, who opens up about his recruitment.
Keita Bates-Diop has been one of 2014's fastest risers. Midwest teams are offering him in bunches.
2014 running back Donte Williams visited Clemson recently and called it an "amazing experience".
Our Nebraska site message board has observations from the Huskers camp.
The judge in the Jerry Sandusky trial says he expects it to end this month.
Clemson basketball also had a big-time visitor this week, five-star guard Sindarius Thornwell.
After Day 2 of the MLB Draft, Frankie Piliere looks at the second-day draftees who could become pro stars.