Thursday, December 12, 2019

Armchair All-Americans Commitment Tracker: 9/3-9/9

Commitment
Armchair's Commitment Tracker is here to help you keep track of the latest recruits to commit to Power 5 schools. Take a look to see which teams took another step towards greatness this week.

SEC Recruiting: 4-star OT Jackson Lampley high on the SEC

Elite 2019 offensive tackle Jackson Lampley recently took some time to do an interview with Armchair. Just like 4-star cornerback Chris Steele, Lampley gave some amazing answers. A bunch of schools are already pining to have the 6-4, 300 pound lineman on their sideline. Lampley has 16 offers to date, nine from the SEC. “I really have liked the SEC my...

SEC Recruiting: Meet Chris Steele, the No. 2 CB in the country

A former UCLA commit, Chris Steele is one of, if not the, best cornerbacks in the nation for the 2019 class. His film is so good, I'm not sure what more he can do to earn a 5-star rating. The California native also has his head in the right place. When asked what advice he would give to other high...

SEC Recruiting: What’s wrong with Alabama’s 2018 recruiting class

Everyone and their mother knows Nick Saban and the University of Alabama annually bring in the nation's top recruits. Since 2011, the Crimson Tide have had every number one class, an unprecedented streak that will likely never be beaten. At this point in the 2018 cycle, the Tide's class is only ranked at 23. Bama has 11 commits, half of...

SEC Recruiting: Ahdarrious Gee is “ready to make an impact” at South Carolina

South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp is known around the country for mainly one thing: recruiting. Muschamp seems to be doing a great job on the field and the recruiting trail, with the Gamecocks starting out 2-0 this season in games where they were the underdogs. Muschamp's first two recruiting classes at USC haven’t had any extremely big recruits,...

SEC Recruiting: Where Crootin’ is King

In college football, recruiting is how you win or lose. It's (mostly) as simple as that. The teams who recruit the best are usually the ones who finish atop their respective conferences. Save for a few outliers, the coaches that consistently find success on the recruiting trail are the ones that are also consistently winning This is something that has...
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