Now that you've seen the national signing day hits and misses from the SEC West, it's time to take a look at how the East fared: FLORIDA Needs filled: With four starters gone from the secondary, Florida got right to work on their replacements by signing three ESPN 300 cornerback prospects, including early enrollees Jalen Tabor (five-star) and Duke Dawson.
about 811 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Florida Gators
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 812 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
National signing day is a huge day for future college football stars. It's a crazy day for fans. And it's a very important day for college coaches. Signing days can make or break programs, as those noisy fax machines provide an early glimpse into the future.
about 813 days ago | Edward Aschoff | NCF On The Trail
With only eight days before national signing day, it truly is crunch time for coaches and recruits alike for the 2014 class. In the Pac-12 especially, a number of spots remain available in a majority of classes.
about 821 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
One of the biggest recruiting battles in the Pac-12 ended Thursday night when ESPN 300 offensive tackle Casey Tucker (Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton) announced his commitment to the Stanford Cardinal on Twitter.
After generating some significant momentum following its Big Visit Weekend and grabbing a commitment from ESPN 300 tight end Dalton Schultz (South Jordan, Utah/Bingham), Stanford's recruiting class took a hit on Wednesday night, when ESPN 300 defensive tackle Nifae Lealao (Sacramento, Calif.
about 825 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Arizona State and Oregon added to top-40 classes earlier this week, as the Sun Devils grabbed another ESPN 300 prospect and the Ducks flexed their muscles in Texas. USC softened its policy against in-season visitors, while UCLA will look to take advantage of hosting a committed visitor of its own this weekend.
about 909 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail