Notre Dame's Chase Claypool has the size, hops and hands to excel on the court. Which other players -- and one championship-winning coach -- join him?
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Who will be the most electric players for the nation's top teams this season? Clemson and Alabama have an embarrassment of riches on offense, but they're not the only ones.
- Syracuse will retire sack leader Green's No. 72
- Two Syracuse starters out for 'personal reasons'
- Syracuse extends Babers after 9-3 season, bowl
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From QBs like Washington's Jacob Eason to top recruits like Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux, these are the players on top 25 teams we're excited for this spring.
National championship contenders don't rebuild, they reload. Check out how each Top 25 team has used recruiting and the transfer market to replenish talent this offseason.
Syracuse will retire the No. 72 worn by program sack leader Tim Green.
Think the Sooners are happy to see Jalen Hurts? Here's why the nation's top programs should be feeling good heading into 2019.
When will Justin Fields debut at QB for Ohio State? How much turnover can Alabama handle? All of the Top 25 teams have issues to be resolved.
Clemson -- surprise! -- is the head of the class in the ACC, with many teams facing an offeason of transition.
Trevor or Tua? Tua or Trevor? Quarterback is only the start of the debates for this early look at next season's All-America team.
Lincoln Riley has produced back-to-back Heisman winners. Now he gets a crack at Spencer Rattler, the top freshman QB recruit in the country.
Clemson is the new king, but Alabama will be back, along with Georgia, Ohio State and Notre Dame, while a couple of teams from Texas elbow their way into the top 10.
Iowa held on to defeat Mississippi State, and Kentucky capped its best year since 1977 with a win over Penn State.
Syracuse will be without DE Alton Robinson, whose 10 sacks rank second in the ACC this season, and NT McKinley Williams for the Camping World Bowl vs. West Virginia.