After securing the nation's No. 27 class last year, Virginia could be primed for an even more sought after haul in 2013. Following a relatively slow start, the Cavaliers have been on a roll: Two Our Lady of Good Counsel (Md.) prospects, quarterback
That's not the only big news for Mike London and Co., though. Last week, Virginia sealed the deal with four-star Richmond (Va.) Varina cornerback
Virginia also seems to be in strong position with linebacker
One of the primary goals of every coaching regime is to ensure in-state recruiting success. For schools such as Syracuse, this becomes doubly important: New York has a dearth of local BCS recruits. Though several New York area prospects -- including running backs
As summer approaches, look for Syracuse to make moves on a number of nearby recruits who currently lack offers. Among them: quarterback
The Cornhuskers more than doubled their commitment total over the course of the past 10 days, grabbing pledges from Lincoln (Neb.) Southwest linebacker
Banderas, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound force, is ranked as the top prospect in the state of Nebraska. Natter is fresh off a junior campaign in which he tallied 76 tackles and eight sacks, and Love selected the Huskers over Big Ten rivals Ohio State, Michigan State and Illinois. Bo Pelini's vaunted defense could soon receive some high-powered reinforcements.
The top two options may be in-state prospect
Petaluma (Calif.) athlete
It's shaping up to be a big couple of weeks for the Huskies, as they're set to host a bevy of touted prospects for junior day. They currently have just two verbals in 2013 -- running back
South Carolina vamped up its recruiting efforts with three April commitments, giving Steve Spurrier six in the class of 2013. Dillon (S.C.) stalwart
Following three-star athlete
Mitch is expected to name his top five soon, and LSU and North Carolina also seem to be in the running. But the smart money, at least for now, may be on Spurrier.