We look back fondly to the Class of 2016. Here are the prospects who rose to the top and had huge impacts for their respective teams.
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Defensive end Braiden McGregor is the No. 26-ranked prospect in the 2020 class.
The 2019 class has already made its presence known with a number of spring standouts. Which players could be household names by the end of the season?
Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer
Trainer D. Wayne Lukas is 83 years old and here with Market King, but he has bigger names in his history. He told me this week that Bo Schembechler was at the Derby with him when Charismatic won (1999), and that he used to sit on Bob Knight's back porch eating "a big ole bowl" of peach cobbler." "I'd say, ‘Bob, you gotta back off a little bit.' We we're close enough I could say something to him."
In just 100 days, the 150th season of college football will kick off with a Miami vs. Florida showdown. Here's a complete primer to get you ready.
Which teams will have the best offenses in college football over the next three years? Our Future Power Rankings break down the Top 25.
Michigan's football team took a tour of Robben Island, the prison where former South Africa President Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, Sunday during their annual trip abroad.
Which teams have moved up or down the Top 25 since spring football concluded? Our latest rankings start with the defending champ still in the top spot.
From LSU QB Joe Burrow to Texas DE Malcolm Roach, here's the player from each Top 25 team that could be running a program one day.
Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst
Does your team need an edge rusher in the second round? The two best available on my board are Louisiana Tech's Jaylon Ferguson and Michigan's Chase Winovich. Ferguson had an FBS-record 45 career sacks in college. He's a perfect fit for a 4-3 team. Winovich outproduced Rashan Gary at Michigan and is likely to land with a 3-4 team.
Over the next two years, they should expect to hear their names called early during the NFL draft. Meet the players on the Top 25 teams who look like NFL stars in the making.
Chase Winovich stops at nothing in search of growth and self-development, and that has taken the Michigan DE to places many draft prospects wouldn't think to go.
Pro Football Focus picks the under-the-radar prospects they like more than the general consensus. Here's why they could be draft steals.
We saw in college why Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa, Josh Allen and others were destined for the NFL. But did they show the same talent as high school recruits? Let's revisit.
Clemson and Alabama are, unsurprisingly, the two clear favorites to make the playoff. But Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines are the next-most likely team.
Each Top 25 team has a key player who will start the season outside the spotlight. From Clemson to Army, here are the potential household names.
Michigan DE Aidan Hutchinson took it personally when Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Greg Mattison called Michigan "the team up north," given Mattison's coaching history with the Wolverines.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
A banner flying above Michigan Stadium at its spring game reads, "Hey Jim, this is God. It's ok to pass on 1st down. Let's try it."
Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Ohio State all played spring games on Friday or Saturday. Here's what we saw from them and from other key games.
Need your college football fix? Here are this weekend's spring games, featuring Scott Frost in Year 2 at Nebraska, plus Ohio State, Alabama, Texas and many more.
The 2019 class is loaded with prospects who get after the quarterback. Here's how each wreaks havoc on the offensive line to get sacks.
The Wolverines have turned to former Alabama assistant Josh Gattis to open up the attack. He has the controls with Harbaugh's blessing.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is concerned that WR Donovan Peoples-Jones and DL Michael Dwumfour continue to be hampered by injuries and "really can't do much at all."