Stanford Recruiting TV Show: The Full 40

Lombardi and Rutter host the full show

The Bootleg has produced a 40-minute TV show to summarize and highlight Stanford's 2014 recruiting efforts. Every single serious Cardinal prospect is analyzed ahead of Wednesday's National Signing Day. Terrence Alexander and Solomon Thomas have yet to announce their decisions.

David Shaw and his staff are continuing Stanford's recent success on the recruiting trail. The Cardinal is ready to officially sign about 20 players to scholarships during Wednesday's National Signing Day. A handful of intriguing preferred walk-ons are also expected to join the Stanford program next year in what is expected to be a significant infusion of talent.

From breaking the news of Keller Chryst's rather mysterious commitment to conducting prospect radio interviews with each serious Stanford prospect in this 2014 cycle, The Bootleg has been proud to document the pulse of Cardinal recruiting. We hope that this 40-minute Recruting TV Show ties up loose ends before Wednesday and gives a comprehensive feel of this year's haul.

David Lombardi is the Stanford Insider for The Bootleg. Check him out at and follow him on Twitter @DavidMLombardi.

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