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UK/UofL target Smith deciding today

The Louisville and Kentucky football teams are in the final running for three-star Alabama safety/outside linebacker Darius “Dee” Smith, who plans to announce his college decision Friday afternoon. 197 more words

SEC News

FSU gets another 5-star commit with sick highlight reel in CB Travarus McFadden

Florida State got a huge win Thursday night against Louisville. On Friday, the Seminoles got another huge win.

Five-star cornerback Travarus McFadden committed to Florida State… 93 more words

ACC

Eron Gordon to visit UK Saturday

Four-star Indianapolis junior guard Eron Gordon tweeted on Thursday that he plans to make an unofficial visit to the University of Kentucky on Saturday, making him the second high-profile visitor on campus for the Wildcats. 176 more words

SEC News

Prospect Video: 2017 Ben Puodziunas

2017 Cocalico (PA) goalie Ben Puodziunas is cool, calm, and collected between the pipes despite a difficult last name to pronounce.

Don’t miss the one on one save at the 2:23 mark. 147 more words

Recruiting

Why Reference Checks Need To End

The recruiting industry should be proud of itself. In the last 15 years that I’ve been fortunate to be a recruiter, I’ve spent time on the agency side, in-house corporate roles, and as a consultant (a real one, not the unemployed kind). 1,070 more words

Recruiting

Ags Land #3 JUCO Linebacker

Texas A&M has landed a commitment from Hutchinson C.C.’s Claude George. The Louisiana Native is 6’3” 230lbs and plays very aggressive. Recruited by linebacker coach Mark Hagen, the 3-star prospect received the Aggie offer yesterday. 114 more words

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Tennessee beats out UConn, Virginia schools for key four-star recruit

Tennessee landed a commitment from four-star wing Chris Clarke on Thursday afternoon.

Clarke, who stands 6-foot-6, is ranked as the No. 71 overall recruit in the Class of 2015 according to Scout.com, and while he’s not a program-changing talent, this is a key pickup for new Vols head coach Donnie Tyndall. 188 more words