National Signing Day 2018 Live Stream Online,The Early Signing Period threw a bit of a wrench in the typical National Signing Day, but the first Wednesday of February is here and with it the fortunes of college football teams throughout the country will change.
Wednesday, February 7
National Signing Day 2018 in United States of America
Among the biggest storylines we’re tracking are the commitments of 16 top-100 prospects, what kind of moves can be made by new coaching hires, and of course the race for the No. 1 class in the country. Alabama is the reigning king of the trail with seven-straight No. 1 classes, but 2018 looks to be a battle between Ohio State and Georgia. But don’t rule out the Tide just yet, as 247Sports national scouting director Barton Simmons noted. Alabama has “.”
The remaining unsigned class of 2018 recruits will make their decisions during national signing day on Wednesday. Defensive back Patrick Surtain Jr. is the top unsigned recruit, while offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere is the best offensive player remaining. Ohio State has the top recruiting class, but Georgia and Texas could eclipse the Buckeyes since Urban Meyer’s team isn’t expected to have a big day after December’s early signing period.
The final day of college football’s 2018 recruiting cycle is now underway. Though most recruits have already signed, thanks to the Early Signing Period, plenty of big names are still out there, and we have a pretty good idea of who’s going where.
Below is a commits schedule with national TV/streaming info, a news tracker, and the updated top of the rankings.
The biggest storyline is whether Georgia, Ohio State, or Zombie Alabama will have the No. 1 class. The Buckeyes enter Wednesday at No. 1. The top-rated recruit on the board entering NSD is Patrick Surtain Jr., one of many 2018ers with famous parents.
Otherwise, we’ll see some silly signing ceremonies, hear some new NSD tales of legend, lie to ourselves about how none of this matters (of course it matters), and accuse our rivals of flagrant cheating. Pretty normal Signing Day!
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1. The big schedule
Most of the biggest commits will be on an ESPN network, all of which can be streamed online here, but here’s a list of blue-chips with known-ish announcement times (and a few top-100 players whose times I couldn’t track down). These are all pretty loose — most will be available via local TV streaming or some dude’s Periscope feed, and some will run, like, a half-hour late. We’ll update after each announcement.
8 a.m. ET hour
4-star ATH Marquez Ezzard: Miami, Ole Miss
4-star LB Javontae Jean-Baptiste: Nebraska, Ohio State, Virginia Tech
9 a.m. ET hour
4-star CB Taiyon Palmer: NC State, Nebraska, Tennessee
10 a.m. ET hour
5-star CB Tyson Campbell: Alabama, Georgia, Miami (ESPNU)
5-star CB Patrick Surtain Jr.: Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Miami (ESPNU)
5-star OT Nick Petit-Frere: Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State (ESPNU)
4-star DE Andrew Chatfield: Florida, Florida State, Miami (ESPNU)
4-star OG Tank Jenkins: Auburn, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
4-star ATH Tre’Shaun Harrison: Florida State, Oregon
4-star LB Otis Reese: Georgia, Michigan
4-star DT Nesta Silvera: Florida, Miami, Ohio State
11 a.m. ET hour
4-star QB James Foster: Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Texas A&M
4-star QB Tanner McKee: Alabama, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Washington … but he’s planning to take two years off (ESPNU)
4-star DE Joseph Ossai: Texas, Texas A&M
4-star LB Quay Walker: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee
4-star OT Rasheed Walker: Ohio State, Penn State
Noon ET hour
4-star CB Noah Boykin: Florida, Notre Dame, Virginia
4-star WR Tommy Bush: Baylor, Georgia, Michigan State, Ole Miss (ESPN2)
4-star LB Solomon Tuliaupupu: Notre Dame, UCLA, USC (ESPN2)
1 p.m. ET hour
4-star CB Olaijah Griffin: Alabama, Oregon, USC, Tennessee (ESPN2)
4-star WR Justyn Ross: Alabama, Auburn, Clemson (ESPN2)
4-star WR JaMarr Chase: Auburn, LSU, TCU
4-star DT Michael Thompson: Missouri, Oklahoma
2 p.m. ET hour
4-star WR Jacob Copeland: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Texas A&M (ESPN2)
4-star OT Richard Gouraige: Auburn, Clemson, Florida
4-star DE Jeremiah Martin: Oregon, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Washington
4-star DT Rick Sandidge: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina
4-star RB Maurice Washington: Arizona State, Nebraska (ESPN2)
4-star WR Devon Williams: Oregon, USC (ESPN2)
4 p.m. ET hour
4-star WR Jaylen Waddle: Alabama, Texas A&M
Top-100 players with uncertain times
4-star OT William Barnes: Florida, North Carolina
4-star WR Matthew Hill: Auburn, Clemson
4-star OG Penei Sewell: Alabama, Oregon, USC, Utah
4-star CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart: Alabama, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USC