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National signing day updates: 2023 football recruits, commits

College football’s 2023 recruiting cycle came to an end with National Sign Day. Wednesday was the last day high school recruits could sign a nationwide consent form to lock them into the school of their choice.

The early signing period in December caused a lot of confusion. Three 5-star recruits flipped their commitments in his one week and one of them flipped his commitment twice in his two days.

Since then, however, some coaches have considered the possibility of changing their recruiting calendar. , didn’t say this was just crushing for us.

In total, 299 recruits entered the ranking. ESPN300 I signed the letter of intent of each country.tight end deuce robinsonThe 40th overall Recruit, who is also the coveted baseball prospect, said, “We’re going to make a decision before move-in date and see where the (MLB) draft takes us from there.” Told.

Throughout Wednesday we tracked the latest news, analysis, class ranking moves and more.

Final class ranking: Top 75 schools
Breakdown of Early Signing Period
Recruiting Winners, Sleepers and Top Class

Alabama Finishes Top Class

The Crimson Tide finished in first place in the recruiting class for the eighth time since Nick Saban took over as head coach. This class could be his biggest class with 5 star recruits his 5, his 13 prospects ranked in the top 50 and his 23rd.ranked in ESPN300Check out Winners, Sleepers and Top Class.

A pair of four-star siblings choose UCF in Maryland

Brothers Andrew When Michael HarrisHe played inside linebacker at Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Florida.

Andrew will remain in the states and play for UCF, while Michael will head to Maryland to play for the Terrapins.

Penn State Adds 4-Star Offensive Lineman

Chimdi Onohis a four-star offensive lineman from Baltimore who has committed to play for the Nittany Lions.

Michigan gets 4-star flip from Stanford

Big Blue is slightly bigger by addition Cameron Blunt, a four-star defensive lineman converted from Stanford. Blunt said he visited Ann Arbor in January.

2024 Five-Star CB Names Georgia

corner back Ellis Robinson IV (No. 5, 2024 ESPN Junior 300) committed to Georgia on Wednesday. He had a choice between Miami, Colorado, LSU and Alabama.

Oregon Wins 4-Star CB Recruitment

Rodrick Pleasant, 100th Recruit of the 2023 ESPN 300, committed to Oregon. Pleasant was a four-star cornerback with a choice between Boston College, California, UCLA, and USC.

Nicholls Harbor (#39 overall) is a 4-star athlete from Washington, DC, dedicated to South Carolina. He chose between LSU, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Oregon and USC.

USC Earns 4-Star TE

walker lionsa four-star tight end from Folsom, California, Commit to USC on WednesdayThe 6.5-foot Lions would be a big target for quarterbacks Caleb Williams and fellow freshmen Malachi NelsonThere were offers from Georgia, Florida, Oregon and others.

BYU flips 4-star RB

LJ Martin Graduated from Stanford University and signed with BYU. Originally dedicated to his tech in Texas, Martin is his 266th recruit of the ESPN 300.

Less than two weeks after being released from a national agreement with Florida, Rashada was the No. 7 quarterback and No. 31 prospect overall, devoting himself to Arizona State.

Rashada, who moved to Florida from Miami in November, signed with the Gators in December, but on January 20 after a deal with the school’s Gator Collective for a $13.5 million name, image, and likeness fell through. was released to

New Sun Devils coach Kenny Dillingham will start signing from the day he is ranked 59th in the recruit class rankings, and Arizona State will move up to 46 when Rashada joins.

Kentucky flips 4-star defensive lineman

One of the first moves of the day, Kendrick Gilbert Moved from Purdue to Kentucky. The Wildcats were in the balance for a while, but coach Jeff Brom left Purdue and moved to Louisville, making the decision easier for Gilbert to join Kentucky.

His commitments allow the Wildcats to earn eight four-star commitments in their class.

Houston Signs First ESPN 300 Recruit

michal harrison pilot, ranked 184th on the ESPN 300, and signed with the Cougars. Originally from Temple, Texas, his four-star athlete received offers from Texas, California, TCU, and more.

Arkansas Earns 4-Star TE

Shamal Easter Signed with the Razorbacks Wednesday morning. He hails from Ashdown, Arkansas and ranks his 198th on the ESPN 300 and his 6th overall tight end. He got offers from Arizona, Auburn, Florida, and more.

what to watch out for

Wednesday marks the unofficial end of college football’s 2023 recruiting cycle.

Who are the most promising in this cycle?

Each recruiting cycle ranks the nation’s best recruits. ESPN300Coming into signing day, 293 of the top 300 prospects for this cycle have committed. Following the final ranking update, here’s how the top 10 stacks up.

  1. Malachi NelsonQB (USC)

  2. Dante MooreQB (UCLA)

  3. Jackson ArnoldQB (Oklahoma)

  4. peter woodsDT (Clemson)

  5. arch manningQB (Texas)

  6. Frances Maui GoreOT (Miami)

  7. Zachariah BranchWR (USC)

  8. David HicksDT (Texas A&M)

  9. Jacuavius ​​RousseauOLB (Alabama)

  10. Kadin ProctorOT (Alabama)

See the full ESPN 300 rankings here »

Rashada, the seventh-ranked quarterback and 31st overall prospect, signed a national agreement with Florida in December. , and he was released in mid-January after his portrait deal was reportedly unsuccessful.

Where does he go when the top ambitious recruit and quarterback remains on the board?

Analysis of the 2023 Hiring Cycle

We analyzed the 2023 hiring cycle in a number of ways. We analyzed the strengths of the first and second place new employees in each position.

Craig Haubert and Tom Luginbill also went pick-by-pick in an attempt to draft the best All-22 team of 2023 recruits.See who got picked and vote for which team is better

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