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ESPNU’s National Signing Day Extravaganza

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National Signing Day, an official southern holiday, is just nine days away, and if you love to watch recruiting all day on signing day, ESPNU has you covered.

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ESPNU will air 11 hours of recruiting coverage, featuring 13 live commitments, and ESPN will have reporters at 11 different schools, with one to be named later:

  • Alabama (Tom Rinaldi)
  • Auburn (Maria Taylor)
  • Florida State (Holly Rowe)
  • LSU (Niki Noto)
  • Miami (Mark Schwarz)
  • Notre Dame (Paul Carcaterra)
  • Ohio State (Quint Kessenich)
  • Penn State (Pedro Gomez)
  • Tennessee (Jeannine Edwards)
  • Texas (Kaylee Hartung)
  • Texas A&M (Cara Capuano)

National Signing Day is always maddening, and 2014’s will be no different. Last-minute visits are happening right now, and minds are being changed.

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  1. bsums
    Commented : 3 months ago

    Fortunately/unfortunately all of our picks are pretty much locked in, so I doubt you’ll be seeing any Ole Miss coverage like last years Rebelpalooza. While I’m glad our class is very close to wrapped up, I definitely wouldn’t mind attention like from the media frenzy that was last year.

    • Last year was pretty much all Ole Miss on ESPN. But your right about this year, the class is pretty much locked in and the ones that Ole Miss are going after are pretty much a heavy Ole Miss lean. So there shouldn’t be any big surprises. That’s not saying there won’t be any. Ole Miss has a really good class at #13 per 247sports.