Some big New Jersey names added their commitments to the list this past week.
Shoreham Wading River (NY) High senior Katherine Lee committed to Georgetown on Friday
Hillsboro High School's Austin Goolsby will compete for the University of Cincinnati next year.
Pickerington Central's McKenzie Long will compete for the NC State Wolfpack next year.
Brian Hill of NJ and No. 1 U.S. No. 13-ranked Christian Brothers Academy has chosen to continue his academic and running career at the University of Michigan.
The River Dell senior and state champion is heading to Quinnipiac University next fall.
Gahanna Lincoln High School's Amariah Thomas will compete for Penn State University next year.
Big New Jersey names committing on October 12th.
One of Delaware's best has authored her commitment to Villanova University.
The Bishop Shanahan standout will head to Eugene, along with his brother Jaxson.
Hamilton Southeastern (IN) High senior Gabe Fendel announced his committed to Colorado on Wednesday
Here are New Jersey's college commitments so far this season. With four to date there are plenty more to come.
Danny Kilrea has made his college decision.
North Carolina's top hurdler commits to the University of Tennessee!
Emily Sloan from Rock Canyon High School in Lone Tree, Colorado, has verbally committed to run for the University of Oregon.
Cole Johnson from Rockford, Michigan, has verbally committed to run for the University of Michigan.
Quinn Owen from Marcus High School is one of Texas' best middle-distance runners, and she has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas.
Indiana's top senior girls has committed to her college of choice
We discussed Alyssa Aldridge's recent news about Georgetown as well insight into her summer injury.
See where two big names in cross country have verbally committed to run next fall.
Derfel is a returning NXN Qualifier from 2016, and is currently the fastest rated XC runner in the State, buoyed by his win at McQuaid.
Check out where some of the nation's top sprint and hurdle athletes are visiting.
The multi-time state champion has been making official visits and has come to her decision.
The top rated returner for the New York boys announced his commitment to Syracuse University yesterday.
Hear what McDonogh School (MD), Dalton Hengst has to say about the recruiting process so far.
Here are a few useful tips that will help you navigate the recruiting process successfully.