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Will a top Georgia QB recruit follow Mark Richt to Miami?

Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox every morning!). I'm Bud Elliott, SB Nation's National Recruiting Analyst, and in this space I'll be sharing news, rumors and musings on the world of college football recruiting.

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After a four-star QB decommitted from Miami, will Mark Richt go back to his old stomping grounds for a quarterback in the 2017 class? Miami has offered most of the top QBs in what is a loaded Georgia 2017 crop.

It's the offseason, so why not make class of 2017 predictions for Penn State? A fun read if you follow the Nittany Lions.

Ohio State seems to be on track to secure visits from a number of top prospects this summer.

Notre Dame lost a commitment from elite pass rusher Robert Beal. Look for the usual Southeastern powers to attempt to get Beal in for a visit soon.

Hines Ward doesn't understand how Deshaun Watson left the state of Georgia to attend Clemson, so SB Nation broke it down.

Texas has been winning recruiting battles against A&M at about a 60 percent clip.

Arkansas has offered just one prospect from the Natural State so far, and he committed to the Razorbacks Thursday.

Has Northwestern allowing recruits to pick the side of the ball they want to play on hurt the Wildcats?


If you're a recent signup or missed a day, that's OK. I link my previous Crootletters in this section.

I wrote about how roster balance in recruiting can help with player development at other positions.

Which states kept top talent home the most? Plus, observations about in-state recruiting across the Southeast.

I broke down how elite programs recruit offensive linemen.

LSU stole Auburn's best recruiter, who also happens to be one of the most beloved AU players of all time.

This read on the challenges of recruiting at Penn State and how James Franklin and his staff are trying to overcome is well worth your time.