Part of what makes recruiting so interesting is that it ain't over until it's over.
But unlike its on-the-field counterpart, the score can be 100 to 0, and teams can still launch a fourth-quarter comeback to win.
Recruiting is a zero-sum game. No recruit ever partially commits to one team and mostly to another...at least, not once signing day rolls around.
And some schools are particularly good at convincing recruits that their first choice wasn't their best choice.
In the wake of three of the biggest commitments in the class (Austin Seferian-Jenkins to Washington, James Wilder to Florida State, and Malcolm Brown to Texas), I'd like to look at eight schools that are most likely to be the benefactors of a switcheroo (or switcheroos) on signing day.