This is maaaaybe premature there, ESPN. Maryland #1 FWIW.
I shot this at the Fan Day today...it was pretty much the highlight of the trip (thus back and on so soon) since I don't really get into autographs, and the free stuff was gone in like 15 minutes. (And no one is working the lines to make it easy to get around the Stadium). But there's still a little outline for the edges, and the full screen shot still looks big...and pretty.
Any fuzz is due to my camera, not the screens. They were super clear.
Another big commit for Michigan, and we're back on the front page. A couple services should be revamping their rankings in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for that as well. Action since last rankings:
8-7-1 Illinois gains commitment from Taylor Barton.
8-8-11 Michigan gains commitment from Ondre Pipkins. Indiana gains commitment from Shawn Heffern. Michigan State gains commitment from Kodi Kieler.
8-9-11 Indiana gains commitment from Sebastian Smith. Ohio State gains commitment from Roger Lewis. Minnesota "gains" commitment from Nick Rallis.
8-10-11 Nebraska gains commitment from Deion Jones. Penn State gains commitments from Eugene Lewis and Tommy Schutt.
8-12-11 Penn State gains commitment from Armani Reeves. Wisconsin gains commitment from Walker Williams.
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*ESPN doesn't rate JUCOs, so Isaac Fruechte is not included in Minnesota's average, Darius Stroud doesn't count against Indiana's average, and Steffon Martin is excluded from Purdue's.
On to the full data, after the jump.
This morning, Michigan Stadium Aerials (www.michiganstadiumaerials.com) had updated pics of both the football scoreboard and the Player Development Center (PDC.) Short of being in AA, this has consistently been the best internetz source of high res, beautiful photos showing what is going on. The link is http://www.michiganstadiumaerials.com/construction-updates.html. They seem to be posting pics about once a week, and while there is no commentary, you can see more detail, plus get an aerial view, showing the entire football and basketball campus.