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IMPACT FROSH

Feb. 15, 2016
Feb. 15, 2016

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Feb. 15, 2016

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  • WHOEVER WINS THE ELECTION TO REPLACE DISGRACED PRESIDENT SEPP BLATTER IN THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION IN FIFA'S CORRUPT HISTORY WILL BE FACED WITH THIS QUESTION: DO THE VOTERS REALLY WANT CHANGE?

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL 2016
  • By Chris Johnson

    AFTER FIVE YEARS IN THE RECRUITING CROSSHAIRS, NO. 1 PROSPECT RASHAN GARY FINALLY PICKED A SCHOOL. NOW THE REAL BATTLE CAN BEGIN

  • The best way to stop the rash of decommitments and pulled scholarships is to let players sign as soon as they get an offer

  • By Gabe Baumgaertner

    How did the last 10 No. 1 recruits turn out?

  • Ten players who can make a difference next fall

NASCAR 2016
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  • Kent Cox turned Bushwacker into the greatest bucking bull in history—and their bond was as deep as that between any trainer and human athlete. So why did Cox make the bull a witness to his ultimate act of violence?

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Ten players who can make a difference next fall

TREN'DAVIAN DICKSON, WR NAVASOTA (TEXAS) HIGH > BAYLOR

This is an article from the Feb. 15, 2016 issue

The Bears lost Corey Coleman, who last year set the school record for TD catches in a season (39). Enter Dickson, who set the national high school mark with 39 TD grabs as a junior.

JACOB EASON, QB LAKE STEVENS (WASH.) SENIOR HIGH > GEORGIA

The Bulldogs had to fight to keep the No. 2 QB in this year's class away from Florida. Now Eason provides immediate competition for returning starter Greyson Lambert.

RASHAN GARY, DT PARAMUS (N.J.) CATHOLIC HIGH > MICHIGAN

The Wolverines have talent coming back on the D-line, but Gary may be too gifted to keep off the field. His athleticism, power and speed enable him to fill in anywhere.

N'KEAL HARRY, WR CHANDLER (ARIZ.) HIGH > ARIZONA STATE

With three of their top four pass catchers from 2015 gone and a new starter under center, the Sun Devils need Harry to quickly become a productive deep threat.

THEO HOWARD, WR WESTLAKE (CALIF.) HIGH > UCLA

The highest-rated wide receiver to commit to UCLA in the history of Scout's rankings, Howard could form a dynamic pairing with sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen.

MIQUE JUAREZ, LB TORRANCE, CALIF., NORTH HIGH > UCLA

Juarez is a superb athlete capable of contributing almost anywhere, including on offense. Sound familiar? A Bruin who fit that description, Myles Jack, just left for the NFL.

TOMMY KRAEMER, OT CINCINNATI, ELDER HIGH > NOTRE DAME

Ronnie Stanley's departure to the NFL creates an open spot for Kraemer to fill. The 6'5" 310-pounder is noted for his physicality.

GREGORY LITTLE, OT ALLEN (TEXAS) HIGH > OLE MISS

Former No. 1 OT recruit (Laramy Tunsill) is off to the NFL; here comes another top-ranked tackle.

AUSTIN MACK, WR FORT WAYNE, IND., BISHOP LUERS HIGH > OHIO STATE

No receiver who hauled in more than one pass returns for the Buckeyes. Mack, the No. 6 wideout in the class of '16, is noted for his ability to pick up yards after the catch.

BRANDON MCILWAIN, QB NEWTOWN, PA., COUNCIL ROCK HIGH > S. CAROLINA

The Gamecocks bring back four QBs who attempted passes in 2015, but the four-star McIlwain could become new coach Will Muschamp's top option.

PHOTOVINCE MILLER/MAXPREPS.COM (EASON)PHOTOJACE KESSLER/MAXPREPS.COM (HOWARD)