We polled 66 college football coaches and asked who they thought were the best incoming freshmen.
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Pro Football Focus rates the 10 best returning college football offensive linemen (plus one sleeper), and the list starts with Penei Sewell.
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Clemson's future at QB is bright after Trevor Lawrence. Where do college football's other power programs rank?
Ohio State and Clemson are among the teams who have already built strong recruiting corps for the Class of 2021.
Most interesting prospects. Quarterbacks who could rise. Prospects with the most to gain -- and lose. Here's what you need to know for workouts.
There are 12 five-star college football prospects in the latest ESPN Jr. 300, one of whom was previously unranked.
Oregon, thanks to recruits like LB Noah Sewell, and Penn State are among the schools who improved their chances at making the College Football Playoff with their 2020 recruiting classes.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence figures to be the star attraction at next year's combine, but he won't be alone. Here are several other key players the NFL will be watching.
With players making their NFL draft declarations and many programs shuffling their coaching staffs, our second Way-Too-Early Top 25 looks a lot different than a month ago, as the offseason challenges mount for defending champ LSU, among others.
Clemson might have fallen short in the national championship game, but for the second straight year, the Tigers enter the season as the top team according to ESPN's Football Power Index.
The first version of SP+ rankings for 2020 has Alabama at No. 1 and is surprisingly high on Texas. Where does your team fit?
Colorado could target a number of current and former NFL coaches to fill its head-coaching job after Mel Tucker left for Michigan State.
New quarterbacks at LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma and familiar coaches in new places have us eager to kick off the 2020 season.
With the 2020 recruiting class in the books, let's take a look at which newcomers could make an immediate impact in their first season.
With signing day behind us, let's look back at last year's true freshman classes that provided the most production, starting with the national champs.
Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
Will Bama start a freshman? How will Georgia move on from Jake Fromm? Which transfers are ready to start? We break down the most interesting QB battles for 2020.
While most ESPN 300 prospects signed in December, Wednesday's national signing day will greatly impact college football.
Can transfer QB Jamie Newman jump-start Georgia's offense? Who will play QB for Michigan? Even the best teams have questions heading into next season.
Before a surprisingly interesting second wave of head coach hires, the real intrigue in this year's college coaching carousel came with the coordinator changes.
With a high pick and questions at quarterback, it seems time for the Chargers to make the leap for a new signal-caller like the Oregon product.
Joe Burrow is the unanimous No. 1, but the votes differ after that. Here's how NFL scouts predict the QB dominoes will fall in April.
Feel like celebrating next January? Here's what each of the nation's best teams needs to win it all next season.