Small shoes to fill

By Jesse McCormack/ThaRinger.Com

A couple days after the University of Tennessee was stunned by the resignation of Lane Kiffin, Athletic Director Mike Hamilton finally found his guy. That guy; Derek Dooley. More

2010 Final Rankings

By Charles Drake & TR Contributors

All Star games are over, Senior film is in, and the cream has risen to the top. After extensive evaluation, TR presents the final edition of rankings for the 2010 cycle.
Top 100 | 101-200 | 201-300 | 301-400 | 401-500

Scouting Report: Dior Mathis

By Miles Fomby/ThaRinger.Com

Oregon added an aggressive potential lockdown corner when Cass Tech Senior Dior Mathis chose the Ducks over Michigan State.  What are they getting?  We take a look. More

Ronald Powell pledges for the Gators

By Charles Drake/ThaRinger.Com

An already stellar day just got better for Gator fans. TR's #1 player for the 2010 class adds to what should be the best class for this cycle. More

Matt Elam headed to Florida

By Jesse McCormack/ThaRinger.Com

After a back and forth between Florida and Florida State for the past two weeks, Dwyer ATH Matt Elam made a final decision Saturday to sign with the Gators. More

Marquis Flowers to Arizona

By Miles Fomby/ThaRinger.Com

In what most considered a foregone conclusion even before Saturday, Millennium ATH Marquis Flowers made it official when he picked home school Arizona. More

Demetrius Wright to USC

By Miles Fomby/ThaRinger.Com

After first postponing his Saturday announcement following Friday's Pete Carroll news, Corona DB Demetrius Wright decided to go ahead with his declaration and announce for the Trojans anyway. More

C.J. Mosley to Alabama

By Miles Fomby/ThaRinger.Com

Chalk one up for Alabama. The Tide won an intense in state battle Saturday when Theodore LB C.J. Mosley announced his intentions to sign with Bama. More

2011 State Watch Lists
Valdosta TE Jay Rome
By Charles Drake and TR Contributors

With their recent abundance of talent, Georgia is threatening to turn the California, Florida, Texas trio into an annual big 4. Once again in 2011 the Peach State is loaded.
Georgia | Hawaii | Maryland/D.C.