National Signing Day is almost here. Come Wednesday morning, college coaches will gather around the fax machine waiting on National Letters of Intent to come filing in.
On Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011, commits can sign and send their letters of intent to play collegiate football at a particular program.
A couple of housekeeping notes before you actually read this article: These rankings are from Scout.com. I love college football and think I know a lot about it, but I am not going to attempt to rank these teams or rate these players. I just don't have the resources to do that myself.
Second, players can and will change their minds. It has happened before, and it will happen again before signing day. These rankings are compiled with the data that has been provided through the players themselves. However, it can always change.
Players, coaches and fans all across the country eagerly await the decisions from these athletes and for many teams it can make or break them.
Several top-level talents have yet to make their decision including the No. 1 overall prospect, DE Jadeveon Clowney, and the No. 1 ranked RB, Isaiah Crowell.
The SEC is not only the most dominant conference on the playing field, but they are the most dominant in regards to recruiting as well. They occupy 11 of the top 33 spots and four of the top nine.
Recruiting is an important aspect of college football, and here are the rankings of the 120 FCS teams.