It was yet another successful year for JC recruits and the schools that recruited them. Several schools signed multiple JUCO prospects while others were a little more selective, doing their best to fill holes in their rosters. Here's a look at where some of the best prospects went and how they'll likely fit into their new surroundings…
February 8, 2009
On signing day fans get excited about the 5-star recruits that their school signs. Every year, many players that received 5-stars do not live up to their expectations. While underrated players, prove they were not evaluated properly after becoming difference makers. Overall, the most important thing college coaches can accomplish on signing day is to fill their areas of need with talented players.
February 6, 2009
National Signing Day is steadily becoming the official end of one football season and the start of the next. Cal has 19 known verbal commits, but it is not the same verbal commits from a few weeks ago. And the madness is not over, as one of Cal's prized recruits is still mulling between the Bears and a Pac-10 rival. The LOI's will start arriving at 6 a.m. PT and CSD will have complete coverage…
February 4, 2009
He's a receiver who was one of the top wideouts in the country two years ago as a senior in high school and now Compton WR Markish Jones (6-1, 195) is again at the top of a lot of recruiting wish lists. JCFootball.com caught up with the speedy wideout on the eve of his second official visit and he updated us on things including which school leads for his services at this point...
January 23, 2009
Even though they struggled to get wins in 2007, Compton College had some talented players and with a coaching change, the hope is the Tartars will be able to challenge the best of the best in the So Cal JUCO ranks sooner rather than later. New head coach Jason Brown updated JCFootball.com recently on his roster that is loaded with potential D-1 prospects...
July 11, 2008
For one member of Clemson's 2007 recruiting class, National Signing Day was nothing short of one of the most stressful days of his entire life. Sunday evening, Broome wide receiver Markish Jones went on the record with CUTigers.com to discuss his change of heart, his current thoughts about playing for the Tigers and much more.
March 18, 2007