Naperville Central senior three star ranked wide receiver Emmanuel Rugamba (6-foot-0, 172 pounds) made an unofficial visit Saturday to Iowa and gave head coach Kirk Ferentz his verbal commitment.
CSNChicago.com is your top destination on the road to the 2015 high school football season. “Edgy” Tim O’Halloran will take a look at 100 teams in 100 days. Next up is Bloom Township.
8mFormer Bears running back Mark Green isn't the only Green in his family following the football path. His son, Cameron, is a standout wide receiver at Stevenson and is Northwestern-bound next year.
8mDePaul has struggled in the Big East, but fifth-year head coach Oliver Purnell is hoping that this season is a turnaround that features a lot of players from the area.
8mCSN Preps contributor Edgy Tim previews this week's biggest high school football playoff matchups leading up to Saturday's edition of High School Lites on Comcast SportsNet.
8mPorter Moser's national recruiting reach has helped improve Loyola's program of late and the Ramblers could have a nice couple of years lined up.
8mThings could get really interesting for UIC and head coach Howard Moore in 2016 as the Flames have potentially five scholarships to give and are looking for help at every position on the court.
8mProvidence will square off against a familiar foe in Round 2 of the IHSA 7A playoffs, meeting up with a fellow CCL Blue program in St. Rita who they beat in Week 5.
9mEDGY Tim takes a look at the top IHSA recruits from the Class of 2016 and 2017, beginning with Naperville Central junior wide receiver Emmanuel Ragumba.