As the home stretch of the 2010 recruiting season approaches, the next month will be full of excitement, happiness, disappointment, and head-scratching.
For some teams, closing out a class is a strength, which leads to a feeling of freshness and excitement to see how much their team has improved with the late addition of a stud signee.
For others, it is a glaring weakness that results in let-down feelings year after year after their most highly-sought out prospect signs with a rival team.
This year, it will be no different.
After the recent news of Urban Meyer's uncertainty in Gainesville and Pete Carroll's new job, this year may be the most emotional yet, with recruits thinking twice about where they want to spend the next three or four years of their lives.
With plenty of the top recruits still undecided about where they will play their college football, take a look at who has the best shot to come away with a last-minute surprise on National Signing Day.