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100 days, 100 players: No. 5 A.J. Green
Green came out of Summerville High as one of the top prospects the state of South Carolina has ever produced.

Early Commit: WR Courtney Lark to TCU
Gary Patterson and staff added a fourth ESPN Jr 300 pledge Saturday in receiver Courtney Lark.

100 days, 100 players: No. 6 DeMarco Murray
Murray played four years at Oklahoma before blossoming into an NFL star with the Dallas Cowboys.

Recruit breakdown: CB Iman Marshall
What he brings: The versatile Iman Marshall is the complete package at the corner position. He brings size, ball skills and athleticism that could project at different positions throughout the secondary.

100 days, 100 players: No. 7 Jaylon Smith
Smith was the most heavily recruited linebacker in the country in the 2013 class coming out Bishop Luers High in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Position that needs improvement: West Virginia
This week, we're taking a closer look at one specific area each Big 12 team needs to improve before 2015.

Positions that need improvement: Rutgers
Our Big Ten-wide look at positions that need improvement winds to a close with an examination of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.Problem position: QuarterbackWhy quarterback is a problem: Gary Nova is gone.

Position that needs improvement: Vanderbilt
The Commodores used multiple quarterbacks in games eight times in 2014, going 2-6 in those games.

Position that needs improvement: Wake Forest
Cause of biggest problems for Wake Forest Demon Deacons this season was on offensive line

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