Georgia is this year's recruiting king of college football

Georgia is this year's recruiting king of college football

Georgia is this year's recruiting king of college football

He has a proven record in the conference, with his years of success at OR and now he begins his next great challenge in college football.

Alabama: The Tide finished out of the top five in class composite rankings, which is unusual, and lost a couple big-time prospects, from Walker to four-star receiver Justyn Ross (he picked Clemson).

In addition to Campbell, Georgia convinced several other key prospects to back off their verbal commitment and join the Bulldogs. Georgia also flipped four-star linebackers Otis Reese and Quay Walker from MI and Alabama, respectively. Is Ohio State's place atop the class rankings safe? USF entered the day with 24 signees, and are expected to sign only two or three more.

Florida State: What a way to close. His mom was wearing an Alabama sweatshirt and Tennessee hat.

Alabama was ninth with a few more players left to sign, but not enough to make a huge leap. With more than 70% of the class of 2018 already locked up, the past six weeks have been a little lighter on the craziness typically associated with peak recruiting season, as all sides can take stock of their options a little more deliberately. The Seminoles likely won't finish in the top 10 of the rankings, but will have added some big pieces to help build the roster. Washington's class was rated by as almost dead even with Southern California for the best in the Pac-12 and clearly among the top 15 nationally.

McKee is a Mormon and will do a two-year LDS church mission before attending college. That's pretty unbelievable, considering the Seminoles finished the early signing period at No. 36.

MI is looking at a top-20 class.

The same thing happened the day before signing day to Texas, though the account was re-opened about an hour later. Miami started the day watching Surtain, Tyson Campbell and Andrew Chatfield, all from a school 40 minutes from Coral Gables go elsewhere. As is tradition, schools will usually tweet out graphics of newly signed players.

JaMarr Chase, a top wide receiver and former Florida commit, .

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