5 Most Important Flips of the 2015 College Football Recruiting Season

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5 Most Important Flips of the 2015 College Football Recruiting Season
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QB Blake Barnett shook things up when he flipped from Notre Dame to Alabama.

Perspective is an important part of the recruiting process, which take teams through peaks and valleys all the way through national signing day on an annual basis. When an athlete verbally commits to a college program, whether he's a high school senior or eighth-grader, that decision is entirely non-binding for both parties.

Coaching staff changes, philosophical differences and family influence are just a few of the variables that come into play when prospects reconsider where they want to spend the next four or five years of their life. A commitment announcement never closes the door on other possibilities, as other recruiting departments remain in relentless pursuit of players regardless of their pledge to another school.

We've seen plenty of stunning decision reversals over the years and this cycle has supplied more of the dramatic change-of-heart moments we've come to expect on the path to national signing day. Here's a look at five commitment flips that greatly impacted two teams and created a domino effect across the entire 2015 class.

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