USC Lands Class of 2016 Safety C.J. Pollard from Talent Rich Junipero Serra

Written by Ryan Wright The recruiting riches just got richer for the USC Trojans on Thursday when they landed 4-star safety C.J. Pollard while attending The Opening. Twelve teams in all offered the 6’1”, 180 pound, safety but the only perceived team in the mix all along was USC. Arizona State, Wisconsin, Utah, Oregon State, Oregon, Boston College, Duke, Illinois, […]

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Interview: Paraclete OL Taylor Tuiasosopo Carving own Path through Great Family Legacy

Written by Ryan Wright If you consider yourself a college football fan but are unaware of the name Tuiasosopo you are one of two things, either not a true football fan or suffer from a horrible case of east coast bias. West coast schools like USC, UCLA, Arizona, Utah, and Washington have had their share of the athletic Tuiasosopo bloodline, […]

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List of SEC Media Days Attendees

Written by Ryan Wright Media Days Schedule Monday Auburn, Florida, and Vanderbilt Tuesday South Carolina, Texas A&M, Mississippi State, and Tennessee Wednesday Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, and Arkansas Thursday LSU, Georgia, and Ole Miss The SEC Media Days will be held at the Hyatt Regency/Wynfrey Hotel. The following is a complete list of SEC Media Attendees. SEC Media Days Attendees Alabama […]

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St. John Bosco OL Joe Murphy Gives College Camp Update

Written by Ryan Wright One of the biggest misses so far in the 2016 recruiting class has been St. John Bosco offensive lineman Joe Murphy. Murphy is entering his third year as a starter for the Los Angeles area powerhouse high school football team having firmly cemented his role as a leader on the team. Despite being a leader on […]

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San Clemente TE Cole Fotheringham discusses verbal commitment to Utah Utes

Written by Ryan Wright Utah went into southern California again on Monday pulling out one of the top receiving tight ends in the 2016 recruiting class, Cole Fotheringham. Fotheringham, listed at 6’5”, 225 pounds, jumped onto the recruiting scene during his junior season piling up 650 receiving yards on 55 receptions along with nine touchdowns. San Clemente High School went […]

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Offseason catch up interview with Class of 2016 San Juan Hills DE/LB Tim Newman

Written by Ryan Wright When the 2015 season kicks off this fall San Juan Hills defensive end/linebacker Tim Newman will be one to watch. On the edge, up the middle, or sideline to sideline, this 6’2”, 230 pound, athlete is there. During his junior season he came up with 81 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, and a team leading […]

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Louisiana DT Stephon Taylor completes checklist of wants and needs for college recruiters

Written by Ryan Wright If college coaches were constructing the perfect defensive tackle an itemized rundown of important criteria must first be listed. Among the desired traits would have to be height, somewhere in the 6-foot 3-inch or taller range. Good weight is a must, at least 290 pounds and maybe no more than 320 on the high end. Quickness, […]

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Catching up with QB Richard Lagow before fall camp starts at Cisco JUCO

Written by Ryan Wright Cisco sophomore quarterback Richard Lagow was in a difficult position heading into his sophomore season. The automatic qualifier out of high school caught the attention of six colleges after throwing for over 2,900 yards with 29 touchdowns as a freshman but was left in an uncertain grey area not knowing if he should press forward at […]

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New Mexico DE gets 11 top D-I offers after adding football to list of sports in 2014

Written by Ryan Wright Back in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s former Kansas City Royals centerfielder and former Los Angeles Raiders running back Bo Jackson let the world know just how athletic and talented he was successfully picking up one sporting hobby after another telling us “Another Day, Another Hobby.” For Valley High School defensive end Teton Saltes, a […]

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Iowa OG Jake Heinrich talks commitment to the Arkansas Razorbacks

Written by Ryan Wright What became public on the 4th of July was the Razorbacks landing prized Iowa Class of 2016 recruit Jake Heinrich. What many did not know is the Urbandale High School star had already committed to the Hogs a few days prior. Arkansas had a fight on their hands pulling Heinrich away from nearby Iowa State and […]

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Florida Gators stockpile talent in offseason transfers

Written by Ryan Wright The University of Florida football program has gone through several different changes since the 2014 season ended. One of the most notable changes is the shakeup of the staff starting with new head coach Jim McElwain. McElwain is charged with returning the Gators’ program to former glory seen under head coaches Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer […]

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Interview: Under the radar Arkansas WR Tobias Enlow seeing stock rise entering senior season

Written by Ryan Wright The 2014 season was an odd season for the North Little Rock football team to say the least. The Charging Wildcats ended up with an 11-2 record making a deep run into the Arkansas state playoffs but then controversy struck. Head coach Brad Bolding was involved in an alleged pay-to-play scandal with top wide receiver K.J. […]

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UCLA’s loss is USF head coach Willie Taggart’s gain

Written by Ryan Wright South Florida head coach Willie Taggart has gained a reputation for being a tough as nails head coach with a high football IQ. He turned around a downtrodden Western Kentucky program and on December 9, 2012 was hired to do the same thing with the Bulls football program. The rebuilding process is underway in Tampa. After […]

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Cal adds verbal commitment No. 17, lands in-state DT Chris Yaghi

Written by Ryan Wright Since April the Cal Golden Bears have been hitting the recruiting trails hard. The fruits of all their labors are starting to roll in as they continue a hot streak of landing verbal commitments getting No. 17 from defensive tackle Chris Yaghi. The Foothill High School star committed to Cal on Friday posting his decision on […]

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NCAA looking into possible Ole Miss recruiting violations

Written by Ryan Wright News broke Friday that the NCAA is looking into possible recruiting violations at Ole Miss which could bring down the Rebels football program. Per reports Ole Miss starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil met with NCAA official in Oxford on Friday for three hours looking into violations that the junior had met with agents in anticipation of […]

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Iowa Class of 2016 OG Jake Heinrich “Calls the Hogs”

As families across the nation settled in for 4th of July celebrations Razorback Nation had something a little extra to celebrate on Saturday when 3-star offensive guard Jake Heinrich “Called the Hogs.” The 6’4”, 285 pound, Urbandale High School star had a tough choice to make after being considered a longtime lean towards nearby Iowa State. The Cyclones had made […]

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Quick interview with Arizona Class of 2016 QB Cade Knox

Written by Ryan Wright Brophy College Preparatory quarterback Cade Knox exploded onto the recruiting scene in 2014. The 6’4”, 205 pound, dual-threat passed for over 2,300 yards with 24 touchdowns and ran for over 400 yards with another three scores leading his team to a 10-4 record. Knox is returning to Brophy for his senior year with a loaded team […]

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Cal pulls in-state OL Francisco Perez away from Texas Tech

Written by Ryan Wright On June 21 3-star offensive guard Francisco “Paco” Perez narrowed down his 10 offers to three leaving a tough decision between Texas Tech, Arizona State, and Cal. On Thursday the Baldwin Park High School standout decided to run with the Golden Bears. Perez, 6’5”, 300 pounds, had been rumored to be leaning towards Cal for weeks […]

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Wednesday’s Ground Zero Commitment Ceremony Yields 10 D-I Verbal Commitments

Written by Ryan Wright Wednesday night at Athletic Republic, the Ground Zero Announcement Ceremony was the scene for eight Class of 2016 and two Class of 2017 recruits giving their verbal commitments to Division-I programs. All 10 of the high school prep stars announcing their colleges’ of choice hailed from the state of California but colleges outside the Golden State […]

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Class of 2017 CB Thomas Graham Jr. talks verbal commitment to USC

Written by Ryan Wright Thomas Graham Jr. seemingly has the football world on a string. The 5’11”, 170 pound, cornerback, already has 11 scholarship offers and a clear cut vision of where he wants to play his college ball. On Wednesday night during a massive recruiting ceremony that included nine other recruits, Graham verbally committed to USC over offers from […]

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Interview: Kansas City Chiefs CB Aaron Hester talks UCLA football and prep recruitment

Written by Ryan Wright Success on the gridiron has not spoiled Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Aaron Hester yet, and after speaking with him one can guess that his open approach to life will stay true as he continues his journey on and off the football field. After being around Aaron for just a few minutes words such as blessed, grateful, […]

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Catch Up Interview with St. John Bosco QB Jack Alexander

Written by Ryan Wright An opening of epic high school portions has come to St. John Bosco’s football program. After three years, and one high school national championship, No. 1 rated Class of 2015 quarterback Josh Rosen is no longer under center for the Bellflower powerhouse team. Rosen was an early enrollee leaving huge shoes to fill in the huddle […]

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Iowa Class of 2016 offensive guard Jake Heinrich announces decision date

Written by Ryan Wright Wednesday night at 6 p.m. central time, Urbandale, Iowa offensive guard Jake Heinrich announced his decision date via Twitter. The day is Saturday July 4th, but the exact time was not provided. The 6’4”, 285 pound, lineman has offers from Cal, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Kansas State, Louisville, Florida Atlantic, Illinois, UNLV, and Marshall but is reportedly […]

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Oregon picks up under the radar California OT Logan Bathke

Written by Ryan Wright The offseason was a busy time of the year for Lutheran High School offensive tackle Logan Bathke. In February the Orange, California prospect picked up his first offer from Kansas and in a few months had seven offers on the table including one from Oregon. Late Tuesday night Bathke verbally committed to Oregon becoming their 11th […]

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Houston flips area 3-star safety Collin Wilder from Texas Tech

Written by Ryan Wright The Houston Cougars continued their mission of locking down area Class of 2016 talents landing safety Collin Wilder on Tuesday. The verbal commitment sent yet another message to fellow Lone Star college football programs that the Cougars are for real flipping the one-time Texas Tech commitment. Wilder, 5’11”, 185 pounds, has seen his recruiting stock soar […]

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Interview: Class of 2017 Sierra Canyon OL/DL showed 5-star potential during sophomore season

Written by Ryan Wright All college coaches and fans are on the lookout for the next best thing in recruiting. One who showed unlimited potential during his sophomore season for Sierra Canyon was offensive lineman/defensive lineman Kanan Ray. Ray was a 6’4”, 260 pound, force for the Trailblazers last season. The two-way starter already has a bench press in the […]

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