Keep It here throughout the day, as I update who I feel are shaking out to be the winners and losers of national signing day. We'll have wall-to-wall coverage all day.
Whether a program, coach or player are impacted by how the day shakes out, we'll have 'em on this list. It should be a fun read on a fun day.
The Cardinal are big time winners for today. This NSD brought them 5-star OTs Andrus Peat and Kyle Murphy, along with 4-star DL Aziz Shittu.
I've also moved Stanford into the B/R Top 25 Recruiting Class Rankings, as well. This is a stellar haul for David Shaw and NSD was gravy on the potatoes that already was a top-20 recruiting class.
Stanford is a big winner today.
The Trojans come out as winners this NSD. They landed two hot shot prospects from Florida in Nelson Agholor and Leonard Williams and their class, albeit small, will finish hovering around the top 10 overall.
The Trojans also have landed WR Darreus Rogers.
Lane Kiffin and Ed Orgeron continue to work wonders on the trail as faced with their biggest challenge yet, with scholarship limits, the Trojans still find a way to haul an impressive quality-laden class.
Winner status in Troy.
Sure the Irish have a top 10 class, but they did not gain anyone on NSD. They saw Nelson Agholor commit to USC and Ronald Darby commit to Florida State.
But the biggest news of the day for the Irish has to have been WR Deontay Greenberry de-committing at the last minute to flip to Houston.
It's huge NSD stunner and a main reason why Notre Dame is a loser on today's NSD.
The Seminoles are winners today as they saw NSD be a huge surging pad for the 2012 recruiting efforts. FSU landed OLB Reggie Northrup, flipping him from Miami.
Then they got 5-star DT Eddie Goldman committed this morning, which is a huge coup. The afternoon brought them 5-star CB and speedster Ronald Darby, who'll likely run track in Tallahassee too.
To top it all off, 6'3", DB Colin Blake will also be a 'Nole, as he committed today.
Auburn has failed to make signing day surge today, as they lost out on Eddie Goldman to Florida State and then saw LSU snatch up Kwon Alexander. This has not been like the past few NSD's on The Plains.
He got him. Pinkel can breathe a sigh of relief and exhale, as Missouri has signed the top player in the country Dorial Green-Beckham.
Pinkel pulled out all of the stops and beat out programs like Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas for the 6'6", 220-pound WR.
Huge coup and maybe even the biggest signing in Missouri Tiger football history.
Cal goes down as a loser in my opinion. They were on track to sign a top 10 class, but not anymore. Arik Armstead is headed to Oregon, Ellis McCarthy to UCLA and now two of their biggest pledges are headed to Washingotn.
Shaq Thompson and Jordan Payton will sign elsewhere and Cal is left looking date-less at the prom. Thompson is going to Washington and Payton will play for UCLA.
Georgia goes down as a winner today for nabbing big-time OLB Josh Harvey-Clemons. Florida, Florida State, Miami and Alabama were also heavily interested.
6'4", 210-pounds, Harvey-Clemons is an elite athlete and should be great in Athens. Stay tuned for more coverage on Harvey-Clemons to UGA.
Nebraska goes down as a loser today, as they not only will sign a sub-par class, but it will be sans 5-star OT Andrus Peat. Peat's brother Todd is already at Nebraska and many felt Andrus would join him today.
Wrong. Andrus has decided to sign with Stanford, spurning Nebraska.
Which puts the Cornhuskers as losers for today.