Cassity helped Louisville hang on to several commitments after coach Bobby Petrino left for the NFL. Cassity landed the nation's top junior college player in Woodny Turenne, played a role in landing Willie Williams and pulled C.J. Peake away from Wisconsin. Cassity is a dynamic recruiter.
Frey went head-to-head against programs like Nebraska, N.C. State, West Virginia, Kentucky and others to highlight this class. Frey pulled in the quarterback of the future for the Bulls in Alton Voss. Linebacker Calvin Sutton is undersized, but was coveted by many. Frey was excellent in Florida as well, and many of the most athletic players in this class were his recruits. Frey is now at West Virginia.
Hughes pulled in UConn's highest-ranked commitment ever in linebacker Jarrell Miller. Hughes also recruited three-star offensive lineman Gary Bardzak and stat stuffer Robbie Frey. Hughes got primary credit for five of UConn's commitments for the 2007 class.
Nord took running back Victor Anderson back from West Virginia following his early commitment. He also kept three-star wideout Doug Beaumont in state. Nord also went into New Jersey to sign Greg Tomczyk away from many other programs.
The Pitt staff did such a good job across the board that finding standouts beyond Junko is hard. However, Rhoads lured Kyle Hubbard out of Ohio and landed two very important in-state players, Maurice Williams and Dan Matha. Rhodes beat out West Virginia and others for Williams and Matha.