Who Does Adoree Jackson adore?

Published: 02/01/2014 by EFN Staff

The highest rated uncommitted player left in the 2014 high school senior class is Junipero Serra High School (Gardena, California) cornerback Adoree Jackson.

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Bruins trying to kick recruiting door down in Alabama

Published: 02/01/2014 by EFN Staff

“The Heart of Dixie” is a state known to be divided evenly down the line, even under one roof, between Alabama and Auburn. The Tigers and Crimson Tide rarely have outside competition for the state’s top talent but is beginning to feel the pain of having other top programs cherry pick from in-state.

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Hogs steal highly recruited OT away from Florida State & Minnesota

Published: 02/01/2014 by EFN Staff

The Arkansas Razorbacks went way up north to steal highly recruited offensive tackle Frank Ragnow away from in-state school Minnesota and BCS National Champions Florida State.

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Arkansas gets versatile athlete Randy Ramsey out of Sunshine State

Published: 02/01/2014 by EFN Staff

Randy Ramsey played just about every position possible on defense for his Fort Lauderdale, Florida high school team. The four-year starter played safety, cornerback, and linebacker for Dillard High School before lining up as a defensive end his senior season.

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Arkansas Razorbacks look to California for prospects

Published: 02/01/2014 by EFN Staff

The Arkansas Razorbacks are seeking to expand their recruiting grounds under first-year head coach Bret Bielema beyond typical regional boundaries. Bielema has strong recruiting ties up north and in Florida but has extended offers to at least 11 players with California ties hoping to set roots in the fertile recruiting state.

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Editorial: Former Northwestern QB Kain Colter signals the end of college football as we know it

Published: 01/28/2014 by EFN Staff

Backed by the Steelworker’s union, former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter announced a collegiate football player’s union on Tuesday. The union, titled the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA), seeks to

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