National Signing Day 2011: Which Top Recruiting Classes Will Suffer the Most?

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National Signing Day 2011: Which Top Recruiting Classes Will Suffer the Most?
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Over the course of the next two weeks, the college football recruiting landscape is likely to look completely different than it does now. 

Teams ranked at the top of the recruiting class polls may slide down a few pegs while late commitments could push teams fighting for position on that poll all the way to the top. 

With many of the nation's top-ranked players still uncommitted, the way the landscape looks at the end of the recruiting season is truly anyone's guess. 

But, as in any sport, there must be a winner and a loser. As the final days pass before National Signing Day, some teams will make the final push needed to finish the year with a recruiting class that can help them make a difference on the field. Others will suffer through a down time and spend the time leading up to the 2011 season wondering what exactly happened. 

Here are the five teams that will see their recruiting classes suffer as National Signing Day approaches.

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