The ceremonies have concluded, the ink has dried and the fax machines have been turned off once again. And with that, the Class of 2014 is mostly in the books. As is the case annually, there were a number of winners but also some losers on national signing day.
about 605 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
The Southeastern Conference had a strong finish the 2014 recruiting class. Alabama, which received a commitment from four-star outside linebacker Rashaan Evans (Auburn, Ala./Auburn) on Wednesday, finished with the top overall class by a landslide, and seven of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country are in the SEC.
about 605 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
It is becoming a bit cliche, but the saying holds true every year on the first Wednesday of February: Expect the unexpected on signing day. With the direction signing day and recruiting have been going, a prospect simply signing his letter of intent to the college he has been committed to for months qualifies as a mild surprise.
about 606 days ago | Jared Shanker | NCF On The Trail
The pressure is on for the class of 2014. The last weekend of visits is a wrap, and signing day is just two days away. For those who are 100 percent solid with their pledges, resting easy and rehearsing the national letter of intent signature is the order of the day.
about 607 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
Signing day is now officially less than a week away. Recruits can make their final visits to colleges this weekend, and then beginning Monday there will be no more in-person contact between coaches and recruits.
about 610 days ago | Jared Shanker | NCF On The Trail
With one week left until national signing day, 13 of the 14 schools in the SEC have spots in the ESPN class rankings. As expected, Alabama continues to have a stranglehold on the top spot with Texas A&M sitting at No.
about 612 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail