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Itís the eve of national signing day for the 2013 cycle, so itís time to roll out the final projections for this class. Below, 247Sports National Recruiting Director JC Shurburtt and I take a final stab at projecting where many of the uncommitted prospects in the country will sign tomorrow.
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[QUOTE]We are only hours away from fax machines screeching off the hook. National signing day officially starts at midnight, but the real fun kicks off Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. ET, when ESPNU will bring the announcement ceremony of the nation's No. 1 recruit -- defensive end Robert Nkemdiche (Loganville, Ga./Grayson). ESPNU will have wall-to-wall coverage of recruiting's version of Christmas morning all day, as 18 ESPN 300 prospects will announced their college destinations live on air. Here's the complete schedule for ESPNU's coverage of live announcements:[/QUOT
If youíre a regular reader of 247Sports, then you love the excitement and the build that is the preamble to National Signing Day. However recruiting junkies know the expertsí takes, the insider scoop and have been consuming everything that 247Sports brings them. All of that research takes a lot of the suspense out of most signing day announcements Ė but not all of them. Inevitably the first Wednesday in February brings us surprises, commitments and signings that no one sees coming but there are always a few prospects that are good candidates to bring that drama. If youíre working on National Signing Day, here are five prospects that you should schedule your coffee break around.