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Five uncommitted Texas prospects to keep an eye on during National Signing Day

Our recruiting expert highlights the names to watch as National Signing Day decisions loom.

Most college destinations are known to the public by the time National Signing Day rolls around. These days, prospects start doing research early in high school, making it easier, in most cases, to pick a school before February. Some guys take the decision down to the wire, though, and here are five impact Texas prospects choosing a school tomorrow. Brandon…

Craven: Five big takeaways from UIL realignment

Some quick thoughts following Monday morning's announcement.

Every two years, the UIL realigns classifications and districts around the state. These changes were announced early Monday morning and will take effect in the fall of 2016, continuing to the end of the athletic year in the spring of 2018. A majority of programs weren’t directly impacted by the alignment. Most Class 6A schools stay Class 6A schools, etc….

Craven: We’re all part of the problem when it comes to recruiting

It's easy to pin the irritation on the kids in the spotlight, but we're all contributing to the issues with the recruiting game.

Stop blaming the high schoolers. We did this. No, not just the media. All of us. We’ve all been found wanting. The only thing more seemingly annoying on Twitter than the recruiting process are the people who consistently complain about the recruiting process. Go get off your own lawn. The dog-and-pony show gets old. The attention focused on prospects who have…

Allan Sepkowitz, legendary El Paso Andress coach, dies

Sepkowitz won 258 games over 36 seasons with the Eagles.

The Texas high school football world has lost a giant, and El Paso has lost arguably its most decorated coach. Allan Sepkowitz — who coached El Paso Andress for 36 seasons from 1976 to 2012 — died Thursday, as reported by the El Paso Times. He was 74. Via the Times: Last month, Sepkowitz was admitted to a local hospital where he underwent brain surgery,…