Georgia football account the latest to be suspended by Twitter

Sheri Evans
February 8, 2018

College football's second signing day arrives Wednesday.Although more than two-thirds of the country's top prospects signed in December, some high-profile recruits in the area and across the country could still provide the traditional dose of dr.

After almost 2,000 prospects signed in the December early signing period, there wasn't expected to be much drama on Wednesday.

Five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr. has committed to Alabama.

We'll see how first-year Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher does, and keep an eye on the University of Houston, University of Texas and Rice University, as well as other colleges across the state. They don't have to wait for one day in February to decide on their futures now that there are three days in December during which they can sign on the dotted line. That's pretty wonderful, considering the Seminoles finished the early signing period at No. 36.

It was quite a signing ceremony at American Heritage High School in Florida.

The 2018 recruiting cycle is about to come to an end. The younger Jones led the Scots to consecutive Class 5A Texas state championships. Georgia not only held on to the No. 1 class ranking, but demolished the competition adding five-star Tyson Campbell, ESPN 300 receiver Tommy Bush and flipping ESPN 300 linebackers Quay Walker from Alabama, and Otis Reese from MI.

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The Bulldogs look as if they will hold off Alabama in the race for the top recruiting class. Georgia flipped linebacker Quay Walker from his Alabama commitment and signed the four-star prospect. USF and Mizzou also had their accounts churning out welcome tweets within an hour of the shutdowns.

Coming off a 1-11 season and just a couple years removed from an ugly scandal involving the handling of sexual assault cases under former coach Art Briles, Baylor and coach Matt Rhule signed a top-30 class.

Meanwhile, Ohio State announced some good news of its own.

Today, it was easy to wake up and completely forget that it was national signing day.

Top 10 classes at 7 a.m.

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