Most ESPN 300 prospects signed their letters of intent on December's signing day. But college football's recruiting landscape has changed since.
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From Joe Burrow to Jeff Okudah, these are the players who performed best during bowl season.
- Hogg, helped to integrate SEC at Kentucky, dies
- UK's Bowden gets in pregame scuffle, has late TD
- Murray State hires Dean Hood as head coach
- Kentucky's Bowden wins Hornung for versatility
Houston Hogg, one of four African American football players at Kentucky who helped break the SEC color barrier in the late 1960s, has died at 71.
TV footage showed Kentucky QB Lynn Bowden Jr. apparently throwing a punch at a Virginia Tech player before the Belk Bowl, but Bowden led the Wildcats to a win with a late TD pass.
Lynn Bowden Jr. ran for 223 yards on 34 carries, and then tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Josh Ali with 15 seconds left as Kentucky rallied behind its remarkable receiver-turned-quarterback to beat Virginia Tech 37-30 on Tuesday in the Belk Bowl.
Now that college football's early signing period is over, we grade each Power 5 school (and Notre Dame) on how they fared in recruiting.
Now that the regular season has come to an end and bowl season is here, our writers rank the top players in the game.
Will Alabama show up with a point to prove against Michigan? Who will get a bowl bump heading into next season and which game could feature a points explosion? These are the storylines we'll be watching.
Auburn bounced into the top five, while Tennessee, Kentucky and Maryland were among the schools that also rose up the 2020 college football recruiting class rankings.
LSU's Heisman-winning QB and Ohio State's superstar DE headline a stacked group that features nine players from this season's four playoff teams.