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RT @jcshurburtt: Elijah Daniel flips from #OleMiss to #Auburn- 5-star pick-up for the Tigers. @BMatt247 on the report.
#1 DE Robert Nkemdiche picks Ole Mi$$
The shot from the Ole MIss War Room was awesome..
I dont blame them. No matter what people think its gigantic. This class changes their whole program IF it stays together/ gets coached up/ and is "legal" in the eyes of the NCAA.
Its the kind of class we need in 2014 but with DE, DT, LB, OL and RBs.
this is the most interesting thing.. But with this class you know Yahoo or the NCAA will be there by tomorrow
Here are the times for other recruits
National Signing Day 2013 is finally here. Here's a schedule -- ordered by time of commitment -- of the biggest recruiting announcements to monitor over the course of Feb. 6.
Another grrreat thing about today is the 2 schools that are predicted to collapse are UGA and USCw. They are suppose to swing and miss on numerous recruits. UGA got picked and came up short last year too. UGA may only sign 1 of the top 13 players in the state of GA.
And Florida may overtake Bama
I really dont think it matters when you are going to be #1 or #2.......its ridiculous the talent those 2 teams get. I cant think of another sport where there might be such a disparity in talent in what Bama has and everyone else right now on paper. Maybe Formula 1
When you listen and look at Muschamp and Dabo Swinney it amazes me any recruit would want to spend 4-5 years playing for them unless they grew up as that school being their dream school.
I can see playing for Saban, Meyer, Richt, Fisher, Spurrier, Les Miles and a few others but Muschamp and Swinney just come across to me as not what I would look for or want as my "leader" for 4-5 years
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