5 biggest winners from Early National Signing Day

Nebraska, Ohio State, and Georgia were among the winners on Early National Signing Day

Chandler quarterback Dylan Raiola throws during a scrimmage against Williams Field High in Gilbert.
Chandler quarterback Dylan Raiola throws during a scrimmage against Williams Field High in Gilbert. / Michael Chow/The Republic / USA TODAY
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Georgia

Despite losing the No. 2 quarterback in the 2024 class and a prospect that many have called a "generational talent' in Dylan Raiola, you still have to call Georgia a winner on Early National Signing Day.

For starters, the Bulldogs earned the No. 1 spot in the 247 team rankings for the 2024 class. Alabama was making a run on Early National Signing Day, but the Dawgs won out. They also still landed a talented four-star quarterback in Ryan Puglisi.

Georgia signed 11 players ranked in the top 100 of the 247 Sports rankings for the 2024 class. Five more were ranked in the top 150. The Bulldogs signed a total of 24 blue-chips.

The Bulldogs also made waves on Early National Signing Day by flipping five-star defensive back KJ Bolden from Florida State. It wasn't that Georgia needed any more talent in their class, but that helped ease the pain of seeing Raiola go to Nebraska, because as much as Georgia fans are scoffing at it, he was probably going to be the most talented quarterback Kirby Smart has ever had.