National Signing Day 2016: Live commitment tracker


Live commitment tracker to keep tabs on all of the announcements during National Signing Day 2016.

The day has finally arrived for the best high school football players to sign their letters of intent and fax them over to the school they will be continuing their football careers.

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It’s National Signing Day and it’s the biggest day of the year for college football recruiting as teams all across the country believe they added the players who will take their team to a conference and/or national championship.

Of course, recruiting is an inexact science so it doesn’t always work out as well as we think on the first Wednesday in February, but a ton of talented prospects who should have long and productive careers on the football field.

The nation’s top recruit Rashan Gary will commit to either the Michigan Wolverines or the Clemson Tigers at 1:00 p.m. EST and is one of the many uncommitted five-star recruits who will make his college choice public today.

You can keep up with all of the announcements during National Signing Day with our live tracker that will update throughout the day as announcements come in.

Players scheduled to commit on National Signing Day: (Schools will be added once players make announcements)

Nigel Warrior – Tennessee Volunteers

Nate Johnson – Michigan Wolverines

Brian Burns – Florida State Seminoles

Brandon Stephens – UCLA Bruins

Mecole Hardman Jr. – Georgia Bulldogs

Marcel Southall – Texas Longhorns

Mykel Jones – Oklahoma Sooners

Quartney Davis – Texas A&M Aggies

Michail Carter – Georgia

Trayvon Mullen – Clemson Tigers

Jacob Mathis – Ole Miss Rebels

Prince Sammons – Auburn Tigers

Shyheim Carter – Alabama Crimson Tide

Keyshon Camp – Pittsburgh Panthers

Brandon Jones – Texas

Jamel Cook – Flips from Florida State to USC Trojans

Deontay Anderson – Ole Miss

Javon Wims – Georgia

Jared Mayden – Alabama 

Tyrie Cleveland – Florida Gators

LaVert Hill – Michigan

Stephon Taylor – South Carolina Gamecocks

Erick Fowler – Flips from LSU to Texas

Carlos Becker – Florida State

Joshua Jacobs – Alabama

A.J. Brown – Ole Miss

Ben Davis – Alabama

Amir Rasul – Florida State

Jauan Williams – Florida State

Jonathan Jones – Notre Dame

Dontavious Jackson – Florida State

Nate Craig-Myers – Auburn Tigers

Aaron Robinson – Flips from Florida to Alabama

Drake Davis – LSU

Jeffrey McCulloch – Texas

Vavae Malepeai – Flips from Oregon to USC

Malik Harrison – Ohio State

Ryan Parker – TCU

Connor Murphy – USC

Quinn Nordin – Michigan

Shavar Manuel – Flips from Florida to Florida State

Randrecous Davis – South Carolina Gamecocks

Landon Dickerson – Florida State

John Simpson – Clemson

Jeffery Simmons – Mississippi State Bulldogs

Ahmmon Richards – Miami Hurricanes

Joshua Fatu – USC

Kristian Fulton – LSU

Rashan Gary – Michigan

Jonathan Kongbo – Tennessee 

Mack Wilson – Alabama

Jordan Elliott – Texas

Terrell Hall – Alabama

E.J. Price – USC

Derrick Brown – Auburn Tigers

Mique Juarez – UCLA Bruins

Devin Asiasi – Michigan 

Aaron Hansford – Texas A&M 

Boss Tagaloa – UCLA

Jack Jones – USC

Caleb Kelly – Oklahoma Sooners

This year’s recruiting cycle sees Alabama finish with the No. 1 recruiting classes, according to Rivals and 247Sports, while Florida State finished with the top class, according to ESPN.

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They finish at the top but the Texas Longhorns had a fantastic finish to get a consensus top-15 class for the second year in a row. If Strong can get enough wins in Year 3 in Austin, his teams in 2018 should be ready to contend in the Big 12 again.

The single biggest recruiting news of the day was Michigan landing Gary. He was the target of Harbaugh’s since he took the job at his alma mater. He is a Day 1 starter who could be a program-defining type of player by the time he leaves Ann Arbor. Michigan is a legit contender to get to the College Football Playoff because of him.