The Opening has become an annual staple of recruiting. The best high school junior prospects in the country come together to participate in a variety of tests and challenges.
Players must be invited to compete at The Opening, which is held at Nike’s World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. A few of the competitions include the Nike 7ON Tournament (7v7), Nike Elite Linemen Challenge and SPARQ Rating National Championship, per Nike.
LSU head coach Les Miles and the rest of the coaching staff have their eyes on a multitude of players competing. Here are six to look out for, three of whom have already committed to LSU, when the camp begins on July 5.
The Opening, an annual proving ground for some of the nation's best football recruits, is less than a month away. The Nike-sponsored event, which begins July 5, features a little bit of everything—lineman drills, 7-on-7 passing competitions and even elements of standard performance combines.
More importantly for Georgia fans, however, The Opening will feature several of Georgia's top committed recruits and targets.
Here is a look at five recruits worth watching at The Opening as ranked by the 247Sports Composite.
Don't look now, but we're 79 days away from the start of Notre Dame's season. With summer school in session and freshmen reporting to campus within the next week, football season will be here before we know it.
(Or so we hope.)
With Brian Kelly and the Irish coaching staff able to continue work with their teams this summer thanks to some NCAA rule changes, the battle for starting jobs won't wait until August to get started.
So let's take a temporary break from recruiting madness to project the starting 11 on both sides of the ball when Notre Dame takes on Rice on August 30.
We are less than a month away from The Opening, and the Florida Gators will be well-represented during the event. Whether they are players who have already committed or recruits who are seriously considering taking their talents to Gainesville, Florida fans will have many reasons to pay close attention to the upcoming camp that kicks off in early July.
The Opening is a four-day football camp that features some of the top college football recruits in the country. Players will run different drills and have a chance to showcase some of the skills that they’ll soon put to use at the college level. It’s also a chance for college football fans to see future players in action for the first time.
Here are the key guys that Florida fans should be watching closely.
In SEC football, like many power conferences, a number of talented players are relegated to reserve roles because of logjams at their respective positions.
One late spring departure perfectly illustrates that point for the SEC.
Former Texas A&M quarterback Matt Joeckel left the program, apparently convinced he wouldn’t win the starting spot.
He ultimately chose TCU as his new destination, where he seems like a front-runner for the starting position.
Today we try to find more players who, like Joeckel, could leave their current programs and find substantially more playing time elsewhere.
SEC coaches aren’t especially keen on releasing post-spring practice depth charts, so much of this list consists of best guesses.
Here’s our list.
It’s a busy time for Notre Dame football, with players arriving to campus for summer workouts.
It’s an equally busy time in the recruiting world, as well, with Blake Barnett’s recent decommitment and the forthcoming Irish Invasion camp.
Notre Dame’s recruiting activity will continue to pick up at The Opening in early July, when 162 of the nation’s top prospects will work out for four days at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.June 10, 2014
As it stands right now, the Irish will only be represented by one current commitment at The Opening. So who will Notre Dame fans be watching at the camp? In determining the following six players, we considered the prospect’s national rankings and recent reported interest.