2014 Signing Day Coverage and Storylines

TSL will be in bright and early Wednesday, February 5th, National Signing Day, and we’ll be here all day long, covering the action.

As usual, we’ll have our Signing Day Ticker, in which we list all the committed recruits and move them from “Verbal” to “Signed” as the LOIs come in. Click here to keep an eye on it.

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Here are some of the Signing Day storylines:

The Signing Day Decisions

There are six guys who are still uncommitted or are wavering, and will be Signing Day decisions. Keep an eye on their status with the Signing Day Ticker link above.:

RB Anthony Scott: Anthony will commit/sign early in the morning, around 7:30. Most think he will go to ODU or ECU, not Virginia Tech. (UPDATE: Committed to ECU)

WR Isaiah McKenzie: McKenzie visited VT last weekend, and the word is that he and the VT coaching staff mutually agreed that they weren’t a good fit. He is not expected to sign with VT. (UPDATE: Committed to Georgia)

LB Raymon Minor: Minor will announce around 11 AM. Most expect him to sign with VT. (Update: Signed with VT)

WR Isaiah Ford: Ford will announce around 2 PM, and he is expected to pick Virginia Tech. (Update: Signed with VT)

WR Javon Harrison: a long-time VT commitment, Harrison is expected to flip to FSU on Signing Day. He will announce his final decision very late in the day. (UPDATE: Committed to FSU)

DT Derrick Nnadi: There’s always that one recruit who does a hell of a job hiding his intentions, and in 2014, Nnadi is that guy. FSU sources think he’s going to be a Nole. VT sources think he’s going to be a Hokie. We finally get to find out Wednesday. (UPDATE: Committed to FSU)

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  1. Just saw this on ESPN’s chat via Jared Shanker who covers the ACC recruiting in reference to losing talent in state:

    They were just plain outrecruited. Maybe they had a bit of bad luck with Da’Shawn Hand not seeing a major he liked at VT, but was that really the nail in the coffin? Can’t miss on Tim Settle now, who is No. 6 in the ESPN Junior 300. It says something when both in-state schools are struggling, but the 2-10 (0-8 ACC) school lands 2/3 five-star prospects.

  2. While I hate to miss on great recruits as much as the next guy, It is hard to know all the intangibles any particular individual brings to the table. Do we change the entire program and out ethics and outlook to sign one or two players each year? I don’t know the answer WE have a respectable graduation rate, not all that many players in jail or on police reports. I just don’t know.

  3. I have no issue with losing recruits to FSU, what gets me is how UVA manages to get 2 of the top 3 players in the state. Mind blowing.

  4. VT misses out on the GEM again; Fails to snatch a top5 Virginia recruit while UVA gets at least 2 despite 10 straight losses to the Hokies. We are stilling failing to sell our program in a way that finishes first not last or 2nd best.

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