National Signing Day 2013: Live Updates, Commitment Tracker and Analysis
2013 National Signing day is in the books with great results for Ole Miss, Alabama, Ohio State, Florida, & more. Re-live the action here and check out some of B/R's other content around today's events.
Current top 10 recruiting classes.
17 of Alabama's 23 recruits on are in the ESPN top 300.
A man in an elephant costume delievered the hat and t-shirt to 5-star Alabama commit A'shawn Robinson. Via
Tyrone Crowder is Clemson's 10th player from the ESPN top 300.
4-star OG Tyrone Crowder commits to Clemson over Georgia. He is 6’1” 330lbs and per ESPN, he benches 325lbs, squats 565lbs— Bleacher Report (@BR_CFB) February 6, 2013
Lineman Tyrone Crowder chooses Clemson.First Kamara and now Crowder - two losses in a row for Georgia.— MrSEC (@MrSEC) February 6, 2013
No. 5 OG Tyrone Crowder commits to Clemson over Georgia.
Alvin Kamara is gonna leaves some tired DBs in the dust in the 4th quarter, y'all.— BamaHammer (@Bama_Hammer) February 6, 2013
3 of the top 10 RBs from this class have committed to Alabama.
Arkansas has announced 22 signees. Bret Bielema says it "could grow by one in the next 24 hours." He can't comment on Alex Collins.— Matt Jones (@NWAMatt) February 6, 2013
Kamara signing pushes Alabama to No. 1 Class Ranking on ESPN.Florida No. 2.— MrSEC (@MrSEC) February 6, 2013
Alabama now has 17 ESPN top 300 recruits.
Alvin Kamara commits to Alabama. In 2012 he had 2,264 rushing yards, 26 TDs per 247Sports. Runs a 4.55 40yd-dash per Rivals— Bleacher Report (@BR_CFB) February 6, 2013
Which NFL player does 4-Star Alabama RB Alvin Kamara compare to?
Alabama has about 9,239 running backs and Texas A&M has about 8,280 wide receivers.— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) February 6, 2013
Kamara is a four-star running back, from the state of Georgia. Picking Alabama over Georgia is interesting decision.— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) February 6, 2013
No. 4 RB Alvin Kamara commits to Alabama over Georgia.
Top high school players committed to Penn State.
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