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National Signing Day updates

Today is a crazy day around college football, as high school recruits declare their intention to join specific programs. How will the Florida schools do?

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National Signing Day is a big day for college football, when 17-year-olds determine where they will head for college. Of course, most of them will likely wind up being a redshirt for their first year, then play sporadically their second season, so it may be a couple of years before any of these players really surface back on the national radar.

All over sports media sites, player announcements will be covered, especially higher level recriuts, who will make their decision on national television broadcasts, where they will line up hats from all schools being considered, then grab one of those hats and put it on their head - leading to massive celebration from their family and the fans of whichever team they selected. Fans of the other teams will immediately begin trash talking the recruit - especially if they know the Twitter account for the recruit.

National Signing Day is a big day for college football, but it is also a crazy day full of wild speculation and crazy cermonies. SB Nation has the full coverage of National Signing Day, so head over there for all of the news. We will try to keep up with some of the Florida schools. You can also check out this list (via @SBNationCFB) for the immediate Twitter updates:

University of Florida

Five-star recruit OT Martez Ivey.

Three-star recruit WR Antonio Calloway.

Four-star recruit CB Derrick Dillon flips to LSU from Florida,

Three-star recruit G Mike Horton flips to Auburn from Florida.

Florida State University

Four-star recruit Marcus Lewis.

University of Miami

Three-star DB Sheldrick Redwine flipped from Louisville to Miami.

University of Central Florida

Three-star recruit DB Brandon Scott.