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Illini Football Recruiting Lounge: April 24

Illini Inquirer publisher Jeremy Werner discusses the Illini re-calibrating their 2018 recruiting efforts, discusses three in-state prospects who should earn more Illini interest and breaks down his observations from Sunday's Under Armour camp.

The Illini Recruiting Lounge is an exclusive, premium feature at The Inquirer staff works really hard to provide as much information as possible to you die-hard Illini fans to basically give you as close of an "inside look" as possible into Illini football and basketball recruiting. Basically, we want you to feel like you're right there, "in the recruiting lounge" per se.

We hope this feature gives an even closer look into the worlds of Illini football and basketball recruiting. Today, we focus on the remaining options in the Class of 2017 less than two weeks before Signing Day.

More details of what's inside this edition Illini Recruiting Lounge:

  • How Illinois football is recalibrating its recruiting approach in 2018
  • Three in-staters who should receive more Illini interest
  • More scouting report, backstory on new Illini commit Julian Pearl
  • Information on Illini's visit to 4-star TE Luke Ford
  • The next big thing in state -- a 2020 stud!
  • More on 2019 DE Jason Bargy's development
  • The latest camp evaluation of Illini QB commit Coran Taylor
  • And much more!


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