Boston College has to replace Heisman Trophy finalist Andre Williams, and bringing in four new guys should help. Jonathan Hillman, the No.25-ranked RB of the 2014 class, will be looked at strongly to carry the load for the Eagles in the upcoming season.
Clemson's offense is very appealing to four-star wideout Alex Ofodile, who picked up an offer from the Tigers this week. Ofodile is from Columbia, Mo., and is ranked the 10th-best reciever in the 2015 class.
Coack K's recruiting class for next year is already rated tops in the nation, and the Devils still have a chance to land second-ranked Myles Turner. Turner will be visiting Durham on March 8.
Bud Elliot takes a look at the Seminoles' football recruiting board for 2015. Joey Weaver explores the attributes of incoming recruits Terrell Lewis and Jake Stickler for the Yellow Jackets. Both are three-star prospects who can play big roles for Georgia Tech in the 2014 season.
Miami is bringing in the 12th-best recruiting class for 2014, led by four-star RB Joseph Yearby. Edwin Weathersby breaks down Yearby's film and what he can bring on the field for the Canes this season.
The state of North Carolina will have a lot of recruits being fought over by the Wolfpack and Tar Heels. The class of 2015 should not lack any quality compared to this year, and it already features three of the top 60 recruits in the nation.
The Orange haven't had the best of seasons recently, but they do have a strong track record for putting players into the NFL. Nate Mink explores whether the Orange are putting enough emphasis on their NFL success when selling to recruits.
Three-star DT Aaron Crawford is drawing a lot of interest from a group of ACC programs, including Duke, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Crawford is expected to visit Duke soon and attend UVa's spring game.