The first-ever early signing period got off to a fast start on Wednesday morning.

Players were allowed to start signing their letters of intent at 7 a.m. Eastern time, and many didn’t wait long to get their paperwork submitted.

Every SEC school has at least one player already officially signed as a member of their 2018 recruiting classes, and many more signings are sure to come throughout the day.

Here’s a quick look at who was the first player from each SEC school to get his paperwork finalized and officially become a part of his team’s class:

Alabama: P Skyler DeLong

Arkansas: DL Isaiah Nichols

Auburn: RB Asa Martin

Florida: OL Chris Bleich

Georgia: OL Warren Ericson

Kentucky: P Max Duffy

LSU: TE Zach Sheffer

Mississippi State: TE Cameron Gardner

Mizzou: LB Gerald Nathan

Ole Miss: WR Demarcus Gregory

South Carolina: S RJ Roderick

Tennessee: OL Tanner Antonutti

Texas A&M: OL Colten Blanton

Vanderbilt: DL Rutger Reitmaier