It is time for faculty soccer’s early signing interval. 

For the second yr, highschool recruits will be capable of signal their letter of intent earlier than Nationwide Signing Day. The early signing interval begins Wednesday and lasts for 72 hours. Lots of motion passed off on Wednesday, as a number of the greatest highschool seniors within the nation picked their faculty vacation spot.

MORE: Largest winners of early signing interval thus far

There was loads of motion on the primary day of the early signing interval, as 28 of the 34 five-star recruits and 76 of the highest 100 gamers signed their Nationwide Letters of Intent. SEC colleges had probably the most success, with Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M and LSU ending within the prime 4.

Observe alongside as Sporting Information tracks the official signings of the Class of 2019 (all rankings 247Sports activities Composite).

School soccer early signing interval commitments (Wednesday)

5-star recruits

— Nolan Smith (No. 1 general, No. 1 WDE), has signed with Georgia.

Kayvon Thibodeaux (No. 2 general, No. 1 WDE), has signed with Oregon.

Derek Stingley (No. Three general, No. 1 CB), has signed with LSU.

Zach Harrison

Trey Sanders (No. 5 general, No. 1 RB) has signed with Alabama.

— Daxton Hill (No. 8 general, No. 1 S), has signed with Michigan.

Kenyon Inexperienced (No. 11 general, No. 2 OT), has signed with Texas A&M.

John Emery Jr. (No. 12 general, No. 2 RB), has signed with LSU.

Wanya Morris (No. 13 general, No. Three OT), has signed with Tennessee.

Nakobe Dean (No. 14 general, No. 1 ILB), has signed with Georgia.

Owen Pappoe (No. 15 general, No. 1 OLB), has signed with Auburn.

Garrett Wilson (No. 16 general, No. 2 WR), has signed with Ohio State.

Logan Brown (No. 17 general, No. Four OT), has signed with Wisconsin.

Zacch Pickens (No. 18 general, No. 2 SDE), has signed with South Carolina.

Andrew Sales space (No. 19 general, No. 2 CB), has signed with Clemson.

Evan Neal (No. 20 general, No. 5 OT), has signed with Alabama.

Theo Wease (No. 21 general, No. Three WR), has signed with Oklahoma.

Clay Webb (No. 22 general, No. 1 OC), has signed with Georgia. 

— Spencer Rattler (No. 23 general, No. 1 PRO), has signed with Oklahoma.

Travon Walker (No. 24 general, No. 2 DT), has signed with Georgia.

Brandon Smith (No. 25 general, No. 2 ILB), has signed with Penn State.

— Devontae Dobbs (No. 26 general, No. 1 OG), has signed with Michigan State.

Frank Ladson (No. 27 general, No. Four WR), has signed with Clemson.

— Antonio Alfano (No. 28 general, No. 3 SDE), has signed with Alabama.

— DeMarvin Leal (No. 30 general, No. Three DT), has signed with Texas A&M.

Harry Miller (No. 31 general, No. 2 OC), has signed with Ohio State.

Kardell Thomas

Dominick Blaylock (No. 34 general, No. 6 WR), has signed with Georgia.

High-100 recruits

Pierce Fast (No. 35 general, No. 6 OT), has signed with Alabama.
Tyler Johnson (No. 37 general, No. 7 OT), has signed with Texas
Zach Charbonnet (No. 42 general, No. Three RB), has signed with Michigan.
Mykael Wright (No. 43 general, No. 6 CB), has signed with Oregon.
Marcel Brooks (No. 44 general, No. Three OLB), has signed with LSU.
Faatui Tuitele (No. 46 general, No. Four DT), has signed with Washington.
— Bo Nix (No. 47 general, No. 1 DUAL), has signed with Auburn.
George Karlaftis (No. 48 general, No. Four SDE) has signed with Purdue.
Chris Hinton (No. 49 general, No. 5 DT), has signed with Michigan
Mase Funa (No. 50 general, No. Three ILB), has signed with Oregon
Joe Ngata (No. 51 general, No. Eight WR), has signed with Clemson.
Amari Kight (No. 52 general, No. Eight OT), has signed with Alabama.
Jordan Whittington (No. 53 general, No. 9 WR) has signed with Texas.
Ryan Hilinski (No. 54 general, No. 2 PRO), has signed with South Carolina.
Brian Williams (No. 55 general, No. 2 S), has signed with Texas A&M.
Sean Rhyan (No. 56 general, No. 9 OT) has signed with UCLA.
Baylor Cupp (No. 58 general, No. 1 TE) has signed with Texas A&M.
Trejan Bridges (No. 59 general, No. 10 WR) has signed with Oklahoma.
Julian Barnett (No. 62 general, No. Eight CB) has signed with Michigan State.
DeGabriel Floyd (No. 64 general, No. Four ILB), has signed with Texas.
Lewis Cine (No. 66 general, No. Three S), has signed with Georgia.
Demani Richardson (No. 67 general, No. Four S), has signed with Texas A&M.
Jowon Briggs (No. 68 general, No. 7 DT) has signed with Virginia.
Jeremiah Payton (No. 69 general, No. 11 WR), has signed with Miami (Fla.).
Shane Lee (No. 70 general, No. No. 5 ILB), has signed with Alabama.
Caedan Wallace (No. 71 general, No. Three OG) has signed with Penn State.
Austin Stogner (No. 72 general, NO. Three TE) has signed with Oklahoma.
Jacob Bandes (No. 73 general, No. Eight DT), has signed with Washington.
Jonah Tauanu’u (No. 74 general, No. 10 DT) has signed with Oregon.
Justin Eboigbe (No. 75 general, No. 5 SDE), has signed with Alabama.
— Jordan Battle (No. 77 general, No. 6 S), has signed with Alabama.
Adisa Isaac (No. 79 general, No. Four WDE), has signed with Penn State.
— Devyn Ford (No. 80 general, No. 5 RB), has signed with Penn State.
Jake Smith (No. 81 general, No. 12 WR), has signed with Texas.
Jayden Daniels (No. 82 general, No. 2 DUAL), has signed with Arizona State.
Marquez Beason (No. 84 general, No. Four ATH), has signed with Illinois
Mycah Pittman (No. 85 general, No. 13 WR), has signed with Oregon
Erick Younger (No. 86 general, No. 10 CB), has signed with Texas A&M.
Sam Howell (No. 87 general, No. Three PRO), has flipped from Florida State to North Carolina.
Dylan Wright (No. 89 general, No. 14 WR), has signed with Texas A&M.
Rian Davis (No. 90 general, No. Four OLB), has signed with Georgia
Jeffery Carter (No. 91 general, No. 11 CB) has signed with Alabama.
Savion Jackson (No. 93 general, No. 7 CB), has signed with N.C. State.
DeMarcco Hellams (No. 94 general, No. 7 SDE), has signed with Alabama.
Charles Cross (No. 95 general, No. 11 OT), has signed with Mississippi State.
Jaren Useful (No. 96 general, No. Eight SDE), has signed with Auburn.
Elijah Higgins (No. 97 general, No. 15 WR), has signed with Stanford.
Austin Jones (No. 98 general, No. 6 RB), has signed with Stanford.
Brandon Turnage (No. 99 general, No. 12 CB), has signed with Alabama.

High 10 recruiting courses

Group Nationwide Rank (Convention) Rank 5 stars Four stars Three stars Complete rating
Alabama (SEC): 1st 3 22 1 312.24
Georgia 2 (SEC): 2nd 5 14 2 297.87
Texas A&M 3 (SEC): third 2 12 11 283.98
LSU 4 (SEC): 4th 3 10 8 282.02
Oregon 5 (Pac-12): 1st 1 11 10 274.57
Clemson 6 (ACC): 1st 2 10 14 273.57
Michigan 7 (Massive Ten): 2nd 1 15 11 273.29
Oklahoma 8 (Massive 12): 1st 2 12 7 272.66
Texas 9 (Massive 12): 2nd 0 13 9 268.18
Penn State 10 (Massive Ten): 2nd 1 16 1 262.27 {
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