Recruit of the WeekThomas Jordan SS The Wolverines and coach Suge added a great talent in SS Thomas Jordan. He's got good size standing at 6'1" and 196lbs. He can run as evidenced by his B- Speed and B Acceleration but he can also lay a lick. He grades out with a B Tackle and B Hit Power. The thing that set's Jordan out is his coverage skills. He's a B- in Man Coverage and B in Zone Coverage. Given all these good traits, it's no wonder why he's rated as the 69th best prospect in the country.Sleeper Recruit of the WeekRasheed Bush TEWe understand that Bush may never be up for the Heisman but with the type of air it out offense that coach Cougs is now running, a big talented TE can't hurt. He's got decent speed and strength will both of those attributes in the C+ range and he's got pretty good blocking skills. He'll probably need to be red-shirted and hopefully for coach Cougs sake, he develops more route running and ball catching skills. All in all, the head man in Atlanta has to be happy with this instant Commit.WinnersThe Spartans had a great first week on the recruiting trails with 3 commits. CB Steve Allen is a speedy corner that should cause havoc in the slower Big-10. MLB James Leonard also has good speed and will fit with the new and hopefully for JC's sake, improved defense. They also landed another speed LB in Aaron Gray. Again, JC is looking for speed and he found it in the first week.Georgia was the only other team to start off the recruiting season in style. 3 instant commits has coach Fuzzy thinking he'll be able to turn around the Bulldog program sooner rather than later. FS Steve Gatewood is not overly fast and although that may be a problem when lining up against the likes of Florida, Alabama and LSU, he can sure lay a lick when he get's his hands on you. He grades out in the B range in all the tackling categories so he does have that going for him. Another signing for the Bulldogs is WR Will Doucette. Unlike Gatewood, Doucette has blazing speed as evidenced by his A rating. He's going to need to improve his catching ability (D+) if he's ever to become a big time player but he's got good route running, spectacular catching and catch in traffic skills. Georgia also signed OT Ryan Bradley. He'll add depth to a team that really needed it.Losers&Both South Carolina and Virginia are in rebuilding mode and neither was able to secure a commit during the first week of the season. Both need bodies and this season is crucial to the development of the program's. If the opening week is any indication, it could be another long season for both coach Charleston and coach Reechem.