Just a heads up: I’ll be taking official visits to Jimmy Johns and Arby’s today before announcing my decision on where I’ll eat lunch tomorrow. High drama.
Lackluster recruiting classes in 2010 and 2011 have cost Virginia Tech in recent years, writes The Roanoke Times.
Virginia is among a handful of losing programs looking to cash in on national signing day, writes Yahoo.
New Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson has his work cut out for him as signing day approaches, writes the Winston-Salem Journal.
Syracuse QB commit Alin Edouard hopes national signing day marks a turning point in his family’s struggles, writes The Post-Standard.
Receiver is a big position of need for Florida State, and Tomahawk Nation says signing day should bring an impressive haul.
The Orlando Sentinel predicts some of the drama for Florida State’s signing day.
FSU’s Jameis Winston is a preseason All-American… in baseball.
There isn’t likely to be much drama for Pitt on signing day, but it’s nevertheless a thrill, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wonders if a UGA commit who has a Bulldogs tattoo on his arm could flip to Miami at the last minute.
History doesn’t necessarily provide much encouragement that Georgia Tech kicker Harrison Butker will see any dramatic improvement in 2014, writes From the Rumble Seat.
ESPN’s list of the 10 best recruiters in the country includes eight SEC assistants and two from the ACC. Of course, two of those SEC coaches recently left Florida State.