Anthony Hines, the nation's No. 2 inside linebacker from Plano (Texas) East could picture himself at Texas -- thanks in part to the Longhorns business school. Baylor will host Hines at its Friday Night Lights event. I'm not sure if Hines is going to end up as the No. 2 linebacker in the country, but he's definitely a good player.
Viva the Matadors sent a pair of writers to attend Nike's The Opening Regional in Dallas, and they liked what they saw from a handful of important Texas Tech targets.
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. is deciding next week, and while Nebraska looks to be in good position for the four-star receiver, there is also a chance that Ohio State could land him.
Oklahoma State's 2017 wish list includes some of the nation's most sought-after recruits. Cowboys Ride for Free broke down the latest offensive players to receive a scholarship offer from Mike Gundy and company.
Oregon reached out to the state of Georgia to offer four-star WR Deejay Dallas on Wednesday.
Michigan has a cache of big name recruits headed to Ann Arbor to watch the Wolverines' spring game.
Missouri doubled the size of its 2017 class by adding three-star OL Hyrin White.
Arkansas offered a scholarship to Hall of Famer Keith Jackson's son.
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Who are the top players in Dallas? Where are they leaning? Find out in this recap of the Nike Opening Regional Camp.
What happens during a "junior day?"
Steven Godfrey and I discussed the mechanics and timing of negative recruiting.
Which states kept top talent home the most? Plus, observations about in-state recruiting across the Southeast.