In the Huddle: Recruiting Edition

In the Huddle: Recruiting Edition

Wednesday night is the season debut of Inside the Huddle: Recruiting Edition on CSS in the Southeast. In tonight's show we will talk coaching changes, the top recruiting classes in the SEC and ACC as well as the south's top uncommitted prospects.

Debuts Wednesday, December 12th on CSS

Atlanta – Catch the season debut of "In the Huddle: Recruiting Edition" Wednesday, December 12th at 7:00 p.m. ET on CSS (Comcast / Charter Sports Southeast). Join Scout.com Recruiting Expert Jamie Newberg and host Matt Stewart every Wednesday night as they break the top recruiting stories of the week, update viewers on the latest college football commitments and evaluate the recruiting classes of your favorite teams in the southeast.

Join them this week as they take a look at the impact the latest coaching changes with have on recruiting, including the Bobby Bowdon / Jimbo Fisher deal at Florida State, Paul Johnson's hiring at Georgia Tech, and Houston Nutt's exit from Arkansas and arrival at Ole Miss.

"In the Huddle: Recruiting Edition" will also update fans on the status of the top uncommitted players such as number-one ranked wide receiver Julio Jones from Foley, AL HS, top-ranked cornerback Patrick Johnson of Blanche Ely HS in Pompano Beach, FL and number-one rated SLB Arthur Brown of Wichita, KS who will announce his decision December 17th from among Florida, Miami, LSU, North Carolina and Southern Cal.

Matt and Jamie will also take an in-depth look at the Georgia Bulldogs number-two nationally-ranked recruiting class of 23 commitments and the other top classes in the SEC and ACC.

The season debut of "In the Huddle: Recruiting Edition" will also air at the follow times:

Thursday (12/13): 7:30 p.m.

Friday (12/14): 9:00 a.m.

Saturday (12/15): 2:30 p.m. (prior to CSS live coverage of the GHSA AAA State Championship Game)

Sunday (12/16): 8:30 p.m.

Monday (12/17): 7:00 p.m.

* all times eastern

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