Georgia, Ohio St vying for top signing day class

Carrie Guzman
February 7, 2018

That, of course, is because of the new early signing period, which was approved early past year and went into effect in December.

With National Signing Day less than 24 hours away, it's all getting a bit tense for recruiting fans. There were reports the former Rutgers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers heads coach would be leaving to become the New England Patriots defensive coordinator.

For the better part of a decade that spans back to 2004, I covered high school and college athletics, and the first Wednesday in February meant a day for - primarily - high school football players to officially make their decisions on what college to play at.

The school announced that Belichick, the five-time Super Bowl winning coach, Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn and Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay are among those who will speak during the three-day event (March 29-31).

That leaves plenty of open spots with more than a dozen targets still on the board. The Dawgs now have 16 ESPN 300 commitments in the No. 1 ranked class. Here is a list of commitments set to make announcements: Keondre Coburn, Westfield High School: Coburn is a high school all-American defensive line anchor for the Mustangs. Brown had gone back and forth committing to both programs during the process before flipping and signing with the Aggies this morning.

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Overall, though, at least on a national scale, that coveted day in February has taken a little bit of a hit because of the early period.

Frost has made up for lost time since Nebraska hired him in early December.

First year head coach Kevin Sumlin now has 16 signed players along with five verbally committed, but what about the uncommitted recruits?

Florida State could push to the finish with a top 10 class.

OK, don't let Paul Johnson fool you, recruiting is important despite how Georgia Tech's coach downplays the trickle of 5- and 4-stars going his way. Leon O'Neal Jr., Cy Springs High School: Website 247 Sports placed O'Neal as a top-10 Texas recruit. The 3-star safety from Tucker, Ga., signed to play baseball at Kentucky, but he was released from his letter of intent to pursue football scholarships.

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