Don’t mind the weirdness of national signing day, because there’s more good than dirty.
Once revered for being a beacon of integrity, Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel signed on Monday, in the midst of a scandal. While the scandal is new to Tressel and Ohio State, it’s not new at all to college football.
The DePaul Blue Demons continue to add to their impressive recruiting class. On Wednesday, the school announced that Baltimore-native Montray Clemons has signed a National Letter of Intent.
DePaul has signed Charles McKinney to a national letter of intent, the team announced on Wednesday. McKinney is a Chicagoland native who spent three seasons playing for Maine East.
Northwestern University is one of the most academically prestigious colleges in the country. As a result, recruiting high school athletes to attend there over other schools can be difficult.
National Signing Day for college football took place yesterday, and although the majority of each universities incoming classes were already filled, there were still plenty of highly regarded prospects that remained uncommitted.