As the first Wednesday of February arrives, the traditional national signing day for the 2023 hiring cycle will take center stage on the college football calendar this week. The college has already made its decision when the early contract period begins in December, but there are still some notable prospects to watch during the National Signing Day celebrations.
There are five remaining Top247 prospects who have yet to announce their college destinations. Six if you count four-star QB Jayden Rashada. Jayden Rashada signed with Florida during the early signing period, but was eventually granted his National release from his Letter of Intent. But Rashada doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to announce his next destination. Still, all eyes are on his five other recruits in his Top247 who are ready to take the next step in their football career.
So when will these recruits be announced live on National Signing Day? Below are the top commitments scheduled to take place on Wednesday, along with their projected landing spots. 247Sports Crystal Ball Predictions.
Catch the National Signing Day show live from 9am to 2pm ET. 247 Sports YouTube Pages For commitment, analysis and reaction. Then, at 5:00 p.m., we’ll have a signing day recap, coinciding with CBS Sports HQ.
Always eastern and approximate.Specific times will be updated as they become available
- 1pm — 5 Star ATH Nicholls Harbor: Harbor, the most notable uncommitted prospect, traveled to Oregon last weekend as hopes for the 2024 Summer Olympics run high with the vaunted Ducks Trucks program. Maryland, South Carolina, and Michigan are all still involved as well. Crystal Ball: South Carolina
- 1:30 PM — 4 Star CB Rodrick Pleasant: California’s defending 100m and 200m champions, Pleasant was in the Final 5 at Boston College, California, Oregon, UCLA and USC. But the standout battle for trucks seems to have come down to Oregon vs. USC. Crystal ball: N/A
- Undecided — Four star OL Chimdi Onoh: Following a trip to Michigan State University last weekend, one of the top offensive lineman contenders visited Ole Miss last weekend. He also visited Rutgers University in December. Crystal Ball: Pennsylvania State University
- TBD — 4 Star TE walker lions: Lyons will not start school until Fall 2024 as she will begin her LDS mission in Norway next month. When David Shaw resigned, his erstwhile commitment to Stanford caused things to go wrong, with the Cardinals still trying to get him back into the fold. I have. Crystal ball: Stanford
- TBD — 5 Star TE deuce robinson: Georgia looks like the team to win here, 247 Sports’ Blair Angulo reported on Monday. Robinson, who also has dual-sport prowess, may wait until Wednesday to make a decision MLB desire. USC and Texas are factors here, but baseball could be the biggest threat to the Bulldogs as they secure the best tight end available in the country. Crystal Ball: Georgia