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Its official. We have 84 players this year. Here are this years payouts.


1st place     4200

2nd place    2100

3rd place     1000

4th place       600

5th place       300

6th place       200

NCAA News

How Top 25 teams addressed needs on signing day
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.

Updated Way-Too-Early Top 25 college football rankings
Thanks to the transfer of Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma and Lincoln Riley are moving up in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.

The 2019 QB recruits who could shake up next year's transfer market
Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler is one of several incoming quarterbacks who could shuffle the depth chart at their programs.

Vols shuffle staff, name Raiders' Ansley as DC
The Tennessee Vols have shuffled their coaching staff and named former Oakland Raiders assistant Derrick Ansley as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach.

Swinney on Zion: 'Might even put him at' QB
At 6-foot-7 and 292 pounds, Duke freshman Zion Williamson is a force on the basketball court. But Clemson's Dabo Swinney told Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski that he'd put Williams "wherever" he wanted to play on the football field.

Arrest warrant issued for Nebraska's Washington
An attorney for Nebraska RB Maurice Washington said Thursday he never told the school about the nature of potential charges against the player in a pornography case that cropped up just as last season was getting started.

Mizzou appeals 'overly harsh' NCAA sanctions
Missouri vowed to fight NCAA penalties against its football, baseball and softball programs, with athletic director Jim Sterk saying the case involved "an isolated incident within our program."

'Free agency' of college football under full review
The guidelines used when the NCAA reviews the eligibility of athletes to immediately play after transferring are under review by a committee, the organization said.

Ex-coach Kill named AD at Southern Illinois
Jerry Kill, who served as head football coach at Northern Illinois and Minnesota before retiring multiple times due to health issues, has been named AD at Southern Illinois.

Grantham staying Florida DC over Bengals offer
Todd Grantham will remain Florida's defensive coordinator with a contract extension that runs through 2022 after interviewing with the Bengals on Tuesday and meeting with team owner Mike Brown on Wednesday.

USC 2019 spring preview: Plenty of questions after losing season
The Trojans' fan base is unhappy, the upcoming schedule is brutal, and there's uncertainty if JT Daniels is the answer at QB.

Miami spring football preview: Diaz aims to reinvent Hurricanes
Developing a quarterback and reshaping the offense are key priorities this spring for new coach Manny Diaz and the Hurricanes.

College Football Playoff path for top 10 FPI teams
Take a look forward at what the College Football Playoff selection committee will be paying extra close attention to on each FPI top-10 team's schedule.

Clemson tops Alabama again -- in FPI rankings
With an edge on offense, Clemson gets the nod over Alabama in FPI's first ranking of 2019. Where did the rest of the FBS teams land? Check it out.

Teams that dominated signing day and teams that bombed
The SEC owned signing day, with seven of the top 15 teams in the Class Rankings coming from the conference. Meanwhile, a couple teams from the ACC and Pac-12 didn't fare so well.

Signing day grades for every Power 5 program
All Power 5 schools received a top-75 recruiting class ranking on signing day. Check out where your favorite landed and how it graded out.

Signing day 2019 announcements and shenanigans
Signing day has come and gone. Here is everything that went down, including commitment videos for seven ESPN 300 players who made their decisions.

Leavitt leaves as Oregon DC after 2 seasons
Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt is leaving the program after two seasons in which his relationship with coach Mario Cristobal had reportedly become strained.

Stoneman Douglas coach Aaron Feis remembered as 'a hero every day'
Aaron Feis, who died last week in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was praised by college recruiters and former players for helping dozens of high school athletes land a chance to play in college.

Riley says NFL choice 'made sense' for Murray
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, speaking Wednesday about Kyler Murray's decision to forgo an MLB career in favor of the NFL, told ESPN Radio's Freddie and Fitzsimmons, "I think in the end he just had a love of football that he just couldn't get past."

Hoke returns to Aztecs as defensive line coach
Brady Hoke, who went 13-12 as the head coach at San Diego State in 2009 and '10, is returning to the Aztecs as the defensive line coach on Rocky Long's staff.

How Top 25 teams addressed needs on signing day
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.

Updated Way-Too-Early Top 25 college football rankings
Thanks to the transfer of Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma and Lincoln Riley are moving up in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.

The 2019 QB recruits who could shake up next year's transfer market
Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler is one of several incoming quarterbacks who could shuffle the depth chart at their programs.

Vols shuffle staff, name Raiders' Ansley as DC
The Tennessee Vols have shuffled their coaching staff and named former Oakland Raiders assistant Derrick Ansley as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach.

Swinney on Zion: 'Might even put him at' QB
At 6-foot-7 and 292 pounds, Duke freshman Zion Williamson is a force on the basketball court. But Clemson's Dabo Swinney told Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski that he'd put Williams "wherever" he wanted to play on the football field.

Arrest warrant issued for Nebraska's Washington
An attorney for Nebraska RB Maurice Washington said Thursday he never told the school about the nature of potential charges against the player in a pornography case that cropped up just as last season was getting started.

Mizzou appeals 'overly harsh' NCAA sanctions
Missouri vowed to fight NCAA penalties against its football, baseball and softball programs, with athletic director Jim Sterk saying the case involved "an isolated incident within our program."

'Free agency' of college football under full review
The guidelines used when the NCAA reviews the eligibility of athletes to immediately play after transferring are under review by a committee, the organization said.

Ex-coach Kill named AD at Southern Illinois
Jerry Kill, who served as head football coach at Northern Illinois and Minnesota before retiring multiple times due to health issues, has been named AD at Southern Illinois.

Grantham staying Florida DC over Bengals offer
Todd Grantham will remain Florida's defensive coordinator with a contract extension that runs through 2022 after interviewing with the Bengals on Tuesday and meeting with team owner Mike Brown on Wednesday.

USC 2019 spring preview: Plenty of questions after losing season
The Trojans' fan base is unhappy, the upcoming schedule is brutal, and there's uncertainty if JT Daniels is the answer at QB.

Miami spring football preview: Diaz aims to reinvent Hurricanes
Developing a quarterback and reshaping the offense are key priorities this spring for new coach Manny Diaz and the Hurricanes.

College Football Playoff path for top 10 FPI teams
Take a look forward at what the College Football Playoff selection committee will be paying extra close attention to on each FPI top-10 team's schedule.

Clemson tops Alabama again -- in FPI rankings
With an edge on offense, Clemson gets the nod over Alabama in FPI's first ranking of 2019. Where did the rest of the FBS teams land? Check it out.

Teams that dominated signing day and teams that bombed
The SEC owned signing day, with seven of the top 15 teams in the Class Rankings coming from the conference. Meanwhile, a couple teams from the ACC and Pac-12 didn't fare so well.

Signing day grades for every Power 5 program
All Power 5 schools received a top-75 recruiting class ranking on signing day. Check out where your favorite landed and how it graded out.

Signing day 2019 announcements and shenanigans
Signing day has come and gone. Here is everything that went down, including commitment videos for seven ESPN 300 players who made their decisions.

Leavitt leaves as Oregon DC after 2 seasons
Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt is leaving the program after two seasons in which his relationship with coach Mario Cristobal had reportedly become strained.

Stoneman Douglas coach Aaron Feis remembered as 'a hero every day'
Aaron Feis, who died last week in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was praised by college recruiters and former players for helping dozens of high school athletes land a chance to play in college.

Riley says NFL choice 'made sense' for Murray
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, speaking Wednesday about Kyler Murray's decision to forgo an MLB career in favor of the NFL, told ESPN Radio's Freddie and Fitzsimmons, "I think in the end he just had a love of football that he just couldn't get past."

Hoke returns to Aztecs as defensive line coach
Brady Hoke, who went 13-12 as the head coach at San Diego State in 2009 and '10, is returning to the Aztecs as the defensive line coach on Rocky Long's staff.