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Four-star QB and Pac-12 commit Cammon Cooper throws 10 touchdowns in a single game

Cammon Cooper is a four-star QB in the class of 2018 and has already committed to Washington State for next year. He’s also making a name for himself already and a case to get a fifth star in his ranking with his ridiculous performance against the second-ranked team in the state, Alta High School. 106 more words

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Now you can learn to hear hidden messages using Interpretive Listening

There is a listening one, two punch for aspiring recruiters.

You have already learned the first punch. We call it Reflective Listening.

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Four-star WR Kearis Jackson spurns Alabama with commitment to rising power

Four-star receiver Kearis Jackson was down to Alabama and Georgia in his recruitment. That was until now, as he’s decided to make his commitment official with a video in conjunction with… 134 more words


"Two major schools" still in the running for 4-star DT Calvin Avery despite commitment

Four-star defensive tackle prospect Calvin Avery is verbally committed to join Lovie Smith and the Illinois Fighting Illini for his college career. However, theĀ 6-foot-2, 310-pound lineman from Bishop Dunne in Dallas (Tx.) isn’t quite ready to fully shut down his recruiting process. 185 more words

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Five-star OLB Owen Pappoe 'in the process' of ending his recruitment

Owen Pappoe has been one of the most sought after recruits in the class of 2019 as he’s ranked the No. 5 overall recruit by the… 144 more words

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Big four-star OT Nathaniel Kalepo announces his commitment

Another recruit has made a decision!

On Friday, four-star offensive tackle Nathaniel Kalepo (6-foot-5, 290 pounds, Seattle, Wa.) announced that he would be staying close to home by committing to Washington. 134 more words

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Five-star big man Naz Reid officially down to final two schools

Five-star power forward Naz Reid is cutting his list of schools and he is officially down to a final two. The New Jersey native took to Twitter to release a nifty little video revealing his two finalists: 89 more words