National Signing Day

National Signing Day for 2007 has come and gone, and what a circus it was. Much to its chagrin, Notre Dame lost two more verbal commits on Signing Day, in addition to the defection of DE Justin Trattou to Florida a few weeks back. Both WR Greg Little and OL Chris Little (no relation) decided to stay in state, opting to sign with UNC and Georgia, respectively. Despite the initial disappointment, Notre Dame is still proud, and rightfully so, of the 18 commits who faxed their letters of intent to South Bend yesterday.

As for the other official college football team of freelance dogs, Texas A&M, well, it depends whom you ask. The chart below provides the respective class rankings for A&M and ND by the three major recruiting services: Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN (which is actually Scouts, Inc., which should not be confused with Scout.com). Confused yet? Click each school’s name for the press release of each university, and the ranking number for a link to each site’s evaluation of the recruiting class.

Team Name-Scout.com-Rivals.com-ESPN

A&M263916
ND1188

We at freelance dogs wholeheartedly endorse the opinions of Scouts, Inc./ESPN, whose tastes seem to coincide almost exactly with our own.

4 thoughts on “National Signing Day

  1. doug Post author

    The scuttlebut among the Aggie spinsters is that A&M didn’t have a ton of scholarships to give, and that the ’08 class is off to a blazing start with eight verbal commitments already.

    That said, the Aggies did a poor job of addressing their needs on the OL and, to a lesser extent, at DT.

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  2. doug Post author

    The scuttlebut among the Aggie spinsters is that A&M didn’t have a ton of scholarships to give, and that the ’08 class is off to a blazing start with eight verbal commitments already.

    That said, the Aggies did a poor job of addressing their needs on the OL and, to a lesser extent, at DT.

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