Notebook: Kent State’s jump to No. 7, CMU makes noise in the city, Elijah Ball goes down again

Kent State finally got its quarterback on Tuesday with the commitment of Collin Schlee out of Ijamsville, Md. (Oakdale). Thankful for all support from my family and coaches, and the people who sacrificed to help me get where I am at this point‼️‼️ #KSU2023 — Collin Schlee (@CollinSchlee) August 7, 2018 Schlee, by,... Continue Reading →

MAC Football Recruiting Tracker: Class of 2019

With summer camps heating up and recruiting classes starting to fill up, the 2019 recruiting cycle is well underway. As players commit and decommit from Mid-American Conference programs, MAC Prospectus will continue to be your home for all the recent updates. Sorted by school in alphabetical order, the tables below show the current lists of... Continue Reading →

EMU, Ohio on the board for 2019, recruiting updates

Eastern Michigan's first commit came early, considering he's in JUCO Eastern Michigan got its first commit for the current recruiting cycle. It shouldn't be surprising that this commit comes in the form of a junior college outside linebacker, but it's also being made before his redshirt-sophomore season at Coffeyville C.C. Committed ‼ see you soon... Continue Reading →

QB Michael Kern commits to Toledo

Toledo got its first quarterback for the 2019 recruiting cycle with the addition of Michael Kerns, a pro-style recruit out of Orlando, Fla. (Lake Nova). Excited to announce my commitment to the University of Toledo!!🚀🚀 — Michael_Kern_2019 (@MichaelKern2019) May 21, 2018 By, Kerns has a three-star rating with his composite score of 0.8299.... Continue Reading →

NIU receives commitment from DE/OLB Chamaar Smith

Northern Illinois received its seventh commitment for the 2019 recruiting cycle down from Indiana. Chamaar Smith, a defensive end from Indianapolis, Ind. (Decatur Central), made his announcement via Twitter on Friday. #THEHARDWAY⚫🔴 — CHAMAAR SMITH 4️⃣0️⃣ (@chamaar41) May 18, 2018   Smith also held offers from Ball State, Eastern Kentucky, North Dakota, Eastern Michigan... Continue Reading →

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