FOR FEB. 9, 2015

Follow the Signs

As prep football stars across the nation announce their college commitments, SI.com breaks it all down for the country's top 100 players. While the most heralded quarterback, Josh Rosen (3) from St. John Bosco High in Bellflower, Calif., committed early to UCLA, we'll take a look at where top recruits Byron Cowart (99), a defensive end from Armwood High in Seffner, Fla., and defensive back Iman Marshall (8) from Long Beach Polytechnic High ended up and what they will mean to their schools. Which program hauled in the best class? Any last-minute surprises? Go to SI.com/college-football for analysis of the second-most important day in college football.

SI DIGITAL BONUS

Joe Maddon Has a Vision

From the SI Vault Oct. 6, 2008

In the company of Tampa Bay's progressive, contrarian skipper, there's always the chance of witnessing something you'd never seen before—like, say, the Rays in the playoffs

By Stephen Cannella

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SI.COM'S TOP 10

1 The One and Only

For a roundup of last week's 10 most popular stories on SI.com, including Greg Bishop's SI Longform feature on Dan Marino's lone Super Bowl appearance, go to SI.com/topstories

2 Beast Mode

3 Struggling Raptors

4 Super Coaches

5 Open to Change

6 Greatness of Gronk

7 The New Guard

8 The Michigan Men

9 Holding Out Hope

10 National Signing Day

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PHOTOSKIP MILOS/TAMPA BAY RAYS (MADDON) THREE PHOTOSJONATHAN DYER/USA TODAY SPORTS (MARSHALL); LOUIS LOPEZ/CAL SPORT MEDIA/AP IMAGES (ROSEN); GARY BOGDON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (COWART) PHOTOMICKEY PFLEGER/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (MARINO) PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)