Recruiting Wrap (December 2012)
Every week during the prep basketball season, IlliniHQ will give a wrap-up of how Illini commits and targets fared during the previous weekend's games. Here are a few notes from the week that was.
The 2012 Illinois football season ended at 2:04 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 24 in Evanston after a 50-14 dismantling at Northwestern.
Less than 24 hours later, the Illinois coaches were starting work on reaffirming commitments and securing new commitments from players for the Class of 2013.
The Illinois football team continues to snag junior college players for the Class of 2013.
Kyle Kragen, a defensive end out of Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., verbally committed to the Illini on Tuesday, according to Rivals.com. Kragen's verbal brings the Class of 2013 up to 24 commits, which includes five from the junior college ranks.
Plenty of Illinois sports had a number of recruits ink letters of intent on Nov. 14.
Even with National Signing Day taking place three weeks ago, we'll take a look each Wednesday leading up to Christmas at some of the recruits other Illini teams were able to sign. Last week we profiled Matt Bollant's first women's basketball recruiting class.
While the postseason accolades continue to roll in for Urbana (Ill.) High School senior football player Cameron Mammen, so does attention from college coaches
Named to various all-state teams already for his stellar senior season, Urbana head coach Nathan Watson said Mammen would like to make a college decision by early January.
Every week during the prep basketball season, IlliniHQ will give a wrap-up of how Illini commits and targets fared during the previous weekend's games. Here are a few notes from the first week of play along with a few Illinois football recruiting items.
The Illini also added two more football commits this weekend to bump the Class of 2013 up to 23 players.