Rivals.com has been serving serious sports fans for nearly two decades.
Powered by more than 300 writers, reporters and publishers at the local level, Rivals is the most respected name in team-specific college sports coverage and the country's No. 1 authority on college football and basketball recruiting. Rivals was acquired by Yahoo! in July 2007
While the content itself is deeper and more comprehensive than you'll find anyplace else, it's the unique way that Rivals delivers the news and engages the fan that makes the company so special. Rivals drives what we call "The Ultimate Fan Experience" by integrating its exclusive expert content into a network of team-based sites with message boards and various community tools that encourage and result in ever-increasing fan knowledge and involvement.
Rivals is always looking for ways to grow and improve its level of service to fans, whether it's adding more news personnel to individual team sites, adding new technological products and functionality to the site or launching a whole new line of business. Whatever Rivals does, it's always with the fan in mind.
Ask any fan or media member even remotely familiar with or responsible for football and basketball recruiting coverage and the first name that will come to mind is Rivals. There are several reasons why that is the case. Rivals was the first online company to put such a heavy emphasis and value on football and basketball recruiting. The rest is history.
Rivals revolutionized college football and basketball recruiting coverage. It was first to provide such innovative features as national player rankings, online video highlights, player cards and searchable player database, official visit lists, coach "recruited by" function, text alerts to cell phones and much, much more.
The team of experts and reporters is considered the best in the industry, whether it is reporting the news or ranking the players. Former No. 1 Rivals players include LeBron James, Adrian Peterson and Jadeveon Clowney.
Rivals is frequently sourced in major daily newspapers across the country and appears regularly on ESPN, FoxSports, and other national and regional sports programming.
The Rivals Camp Series presented is a weekly, four-month showcase spotlighting the best high school football players in the country. It culminates each year with the best of the best meeting at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge. This year marked the eighth annual Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge and was held in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.