Category: Football Recruiting

The Power of Littrell

We stole a recruit! Sort of. Earlier in the day crack beat reporter Brett Vito reported dual-threat QB Keenen Johnson had flipped from Tulsa to UNT. Instead of a full flip, he is deciding between the two schools. We’ll call that a win, considering the terrible season we just finished with. I like to think… Read more »

How to Rank Recruiting Classes

Friend of the blog Billy Sierra is one of the more dedicated recruiting followers. He laid out his ideas for better analyzing a recruiting class on gmg.com. It is basically taking a look at offers, and recalibrating the star system based on the number of offers. The idea is that a player is good if… Read more »

2015 November Recruiting Update

Transition periods are always tough — particularly in the world of recruiting, which hinges on essentially nothing but projections. The sport of college football features perpetual turnover between assistant coaches jumping at promotions, and the players only getting to ball for four seasons. To bridge these gaps, we look at the Head Coach — mainly… Read more »

National Signing Day Thoughts

  I’m not going to proclaim this to be the best recruiting class ever under Coach Mac…….Yet. Every coach is going to tell you on signing day that he loves his class and that it’s going to be one to shape the future and well basically feed you the company line. Coach Mac is no… Read more »