College football’s national signing day is here.
Despite the NCAA enacting a recruiting dead period amid the COVID-19 pandemic since March, meaning recruits haven’t been able to take official visits, the early signing period has remained firm.
The early signing period begins Wednesday and lasts until Friday. High school recruits are able to sign their national letters of intent to lock them into the colleges of their choice.
This is the fourth year in which college football has held an early signing period. Previously, the only national signing day was on the first Wednesday in February.
TV coverage of national signing day begins Wednesday at noon ET on ESPN2. Several ESPN 300 prospects, including QB Jaxson Dart, RB Donovan Edwards and ATH Xavian Sorey, will announce on the air.
We will keep you updated with news, analysis, highlights, updated class rankings and more throughout the next few days.
Updated class rankings
We’ll be updating our class rankings throughout the day, so stay tuned to see how the latest signings affect your team.
Ohio State lands No. 1 prospect
Five-star defensive end Jack Sawyer, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the Class of 2021, officially signed with Ohio State.
Come to Florida State’s backyard
Florida State went to the land of Pablo Sanchez and Kenny Kawaguchi to announce who would become future Seminoles.
West Virginia and TCU go international
Edward Vesterinen, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive end from Helsinki, signed his letter of intent and will take the Country Roads from Finland to West Virginia.
Meanwhile, TCU went to Germany to land quarterback Alexander Honig.
Player rankings, guides and more stories to read
Your guide to national signing week: Everything from which players have already committed to which ones are expected to announce this week.
The ESPN 300: We rank the top 300 college football prospects in the country.
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The ESPN Jr. 300: Who are the top college football recruits for the next recruiting cycle?
Five key names for the Class of 2023: Arch Manning, nephew of Peyton and Eli, will be one of the most sought-after quarterbacks in the ESPN 300 era.
We ranked the best No. 1 recruiting classes over the past 15 years.
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