For the first time since 2010, Alabama did not sign the top-rated class on National Signing Day. Their recruiting classes remain at the top of the sport.
If you think Jimbo Fisher's 10-year, $75 million contract at Texas A&M was ridiculous, you're in good company.So does one of the biggest names in college athletics."I don't even put Texas A&M in our sphere because I'm considering Urban [Meyer]'s".
2018 National Signing Day is sure to be filled with plenty of excitement, but these five recruiting stories are still up in the air.
Georgia's class also had 9 early enrollees, led by Fields and White.
Four-star linebacker Chris Oats has been at the top of UK's board for weeks - the Cats have been recruiting him for well over a year - and his change of plans over the weekend suggests that Kentucky is the likely landing spot. But that didn't impact rival USC and Clay Helton, which closed strong as usual, picking up five-star cornerback Olaijah Griffin and four-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart and put together the fourth best class in the country.
Several offensive linemen who paved the way for Custis also signed. Linebacker Deighton London picked LaGrange College. Three-star quarterback William Brown (Rosenberg) was another early enrollee for new coach Sonny Dykes.
According to the KC Star, Mizzou wasn't alone either.