Tomorrow is an exciting day for the Irish Nation. The recruits we’ve been waiting to commit will have a chance to do it tomorrow (possibly on national TV). Notre Dame football has some recruits that have not yet signed their National Letter of Intent. According to yahoo.com here’s the players we should be looking for tomorrow.
Nicky Baratti 3 stars
Chris Brown 3 stars
Scott Daly 2 stars
Justin Ferguson 3 stars
Deontay Greenberry 4 stars
Mark Harrell 3 stars
Jarron Jones 4 stars
William Mahone 4 stars
Romeo Okwara 3 stars
CJ Prosise 3 stars
KeiVarae Russell 4 stars
Elijah Shumate 4 stars
Ronnie Stanley 4 stars
John Turner 3 stars
If you’re not entirely sure as to what is happening tomorrow (according to espnmediazone3.com)
2012 ESPNU National Signing Day Special highlights:
- Around the nation coverage from ESPN reporters at 13 college campuses – eight of which are in Schlabach’s Top 10 early rankings on ESPN.com – including 2012 BCS National Champions Alabama and BCS participants LSU, Michigan and Clemson, as well as Florida State, Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Penn State, USC, Oregon and Notre Dame.
- 10 different players are expected to make their college commitment decision on the show, four of which are ranked No. 1 at their position on the ESPNU 150:
- No. 3 Dorial Green-Beckham (Springfield, Mo.; No. 1 wide receiver)
- No. 9 Andrus Peat (Tempe, Ariz.)
- No. 10 Eddie Goldman (Washington, DC; No.1 defensive tackle)
- No. 17 Josh Harvey-Clemons (Valdosta, Ga.; No. 1 outside linebacker)
- No. 18 Tracy Howard (Miramar, Fla.; No. 1 cornerback)
- No. 29 Kwon Alexander (Oxford, Ala.)
- No. 33 Thomas Johnson (Dallas)
- No. 47 Nelson Agholor (Tampa, Fla.)
- No. 61 Avery Young (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.)
- Trea Elston (Oxford, Ala.)
- Additional appearances by No. 1 Mario Edwards (Denton, Texas; No. 1 defensive end), No. 25 Noor Davis (Leesburg, Fla.), No. 51 Ifeadi Odenigbo (Centerville, Ohio) and No. 14 Jameis Winston (Hueytown, Ala.; No.1 quarterback) discussing the role being a MLB prospect plays in his college plans.
- 2012 Indiana University commit Kevin Davis will report from Super Bowl media day on behalf of ESPNU, interviewing NY Giants and New England Patriots players on their own signing day.
- In conjunction to live player announcements, ESPNU will report on the 24 players currently uncommitted in the ESPNU 150 and conduct interviews with more than 30 coaches from the country’s top teams throughout the day
- Several features will air throughout the day including Outside The Lines’ look at southern states’ ability to attract top recruits and a dissection of high-profile family ties such as Ken Griffey Jr, Deion Sanders and P.Diddy’s sons, all members of the 2012 class.