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Several members of the 2011 recruiting class flew under-the-radar only to land on all-conference first teams in 2014. National recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to pick five 2016 quarterbacks who have that same potential.
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National recruiting reporter Tom Luginbill and ESPN's Matt Schick break down the biggest winners on signing day for the 2015 recruiting class.
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Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg react to the news that Louisville coach Bobby Petrino pulled a scholarship offer from RB Matt Colburn two days before national signing day and is no longer welcome at his high school.
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ESPN's Craig Haubert and Ryan McGee report that Auburn has received the faxed letter of intent from Byron Cowart, the nation's No. 1 overall recruit.
For the fourth consecutive season, Alabama has ESPN's top class. Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban joins ESPN's Kaylee Hartung to discuss the continued recruiting success and immediate impact players.
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