National Signing Day: The top Group of Five signees

National Signing Day

National Signing Day is the first day when a senior of any high school can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for sport with a school that is a member of the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

Prestone Stone

It didn’t last long. As the Stone committed top the Mustangs back in early January and looked back. As it is in the list of group of Five signees, stone leads SMU’s class, it ranked in the fourth-highest group of recruiting hauliers in the nation. Stone the rival 250 that signed with a group of five teams so far and is the highest-ranked five signee five-star ed Oliver in the 2016 recruiting class. Stone will have impressive offensive playmakers that joined him in receiving Dylan Goffney and how can we forget Montaye Dawson who got 100 rivals to tackle Savion Byrd to sign the mustangs on Wednesday instead of Oklahoma.

Chamon Metayer

A former Miami commits metayer is one four-star in Cincinnati’s that is ranked in the group of five recruiting class. There are a total of five power programs that are offered by metayer during the process and opted for the bearcats that are there in September. Chamon Metayer is one of the defensive linemen who is expected to play early in his career. 

Willie Shaw

Willie shaw announced his commitment to toledo which gave him impressive power five options back in May. He ruined his plans to take visits to a handful of schools in spring and a chance to commit. It was beneficiary that shaw hitting on his recruitment but Illinois and Nebraska were all together there as well. 

Caleb Johnson

It is one of the fastest prospects in the 2021 class that were planning to receive for Oklahoma. In July he committed to the Sooners that offer multiple SEC programs. Oklahoma wanted Johnson to play in the secondary but he was adamant to play receiver. They signed with North Texas on Wednesday and separate their ways in late October.

Byron Threats

It was a speeding state prospect and threats were reeled by Cincinnati in August. He committed to Purdue and choose the boilermakers over teams like Indiana, Georgia Tech and Michigan state but opened up his recruitment in July. Many threats were pursued by West Virginia and Kentucky before they choose the bearcats.

Mao Glynn

He was a prospect by the power five teams but he decided to stay in-state and he played for the bearcats. He gave priority to his commitment, and he knew that a number of players were committed to the team and helped Cincinnati with a great deal. Pittsburg, Rutgers, West Virginia and Louisville were the finalists. 

Jack Dingle

Cincinnati committed from dingle in April and his commitment to the bearcats was not a surprise. He has many connections in the school. Jack Dingle’s father played for Cincinnati and his brother is on the roster. The other main contender for Dingle’s commitment was Louisville. 

Kiael Kelly

The camp season sabotaged the momentum kelly had built while coming to his junior season and he had plenty of options. Different teams like USF, Texas Tech, UCF, Syracause and many were involved in his recruitment but kelly pilled the trigger in July. It is one of the quarterbacks that ball state signed in that class.

Nick Dimitris

It was a winding road but Dimitris locks in a commitment. He originally committed in august to the rebels but in November he de-committed to recommit and sign with UNLV in the early signing period. The other main contender was Fresno state and the Mississippi state was a mix and match as well.

River Helms

It is one of the biggest prospects thas has been signed by Kentucky. there was one Georgia tech that commits helms and opened up on Wednesday for recruitment and came to the Yellow Jackets in October. There was entertainment from Helms coming from Pittsburgh, Oklahoma State, Louisville, Missouri, Georgia, and Florida state. 

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