Early Signing Period 2020

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College football’s early signing period is here with high school football players able to sign their National Letters of Intent through Friday. This is the fourth year in a row that the NCAA has allowed student-athletes to sign prior to the annual signing day that occurs on the first Wednesday in February.

The nation’s No. 1 overall college football prospect Korey Foreman of Corona Centennial in Southern California signed today, but we won’t find-out with which team until the All-American Bowl in San Antonio on January 2. The 5-star defensive end is said to be leaning toward USC.

Offensive tackle JC Latham of IMG Academy (Florida) signed on the dotted line with Alabama.

Below is a list of the nation’s top players from the Class of 2021 on the 247Sports.com Composite Rankings:

Early Signing Day Signees

No. 1 – Korey Foreman, SDE – Corona Centennial (California) – Uncommitted

No. 2 JC Latham, OT – IMG Academy (Florida) – Alabama

No. 3 J.T. Tuimoloau, SDE – Eastside Catholic (Washington) – Uncommitted

No. 4 Jack Sawyer, SDE – Pickerington North (Ohio) – Ohio State

No. 5 Tommy Brockermeyer, OT – All Saints Episcopal (Texas) – Alabama

No. 6 Caleb Williams, Dual QB – Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) – Oklahoma

No. 7 Amarius Mims, OT – Bleckley County (Georgia) – Georgia

No. 8 Dallas Turner, WDE – St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) – Alabama

No. 9 Emeka Egbuka, WR – Steilacoom (Washington) – Ohio State

No. 10 Leonard Taylor, DT – Miami Palmetto (Miami, Florida) – Miami (Florida)

No. 11 Tristan Leigh, OT – Robinson (Virginia) – Uncommitted

No. 12 Sam Huard, Pro QB – Kennedy Catholic (Washington) – Washington

No. 13 James Williams, S – American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) – Miami (Florida)

No. 14 Brock Vandagriff, Dual QB – Prince Avenue Christian (Georgia) – Georgia

No. 15 Nolan Rucci, OT – Warwick (Pennsylvania) – Wisconsin

No. 16 Terrence Lewis, ILB – Miami Central (Florida) – Uncommitted

No. 17 Donovan Jackson, OG – Episcopal (Texas) – Ohio State

No. 18 Maason Smith, DT – Terrebonne (Louisiana) – LSU

No. 19 Damon Payne, DT – Belleville (Michigan) – Alabama

No. 20 Xavian Sorey, OLB – IMG Academy (Florida) – Georgia

No. 21 Ja’Tavion Sanders, ATH – Denton Ryan (Texas) – Texas

No. 22 J.J. McCarthy, Pro QB – IMG Academy (Florida) – Michigan

No. 23 Ga’Quincy McKinstry, CB – Pinson Valley (Alabama) – Alabama

No. 24 TreVeyon Henderson, RB – Hopewell (Virginia) – Ohio State

No. 25 Kyle McCord, Pro QB – St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) – Ohio State

No. 26 Camar Wheaton, RB – Lakeview Centennial (Texas) – Alabama

No. 27 Jason Marshall, CB – Miami Palmetto (Florida) – Florida

No. 28 Sage Ryan, S – Lafayette Christian (Louisiana) – LSU

No. 29 Smael Mondon, OLB – Paulding County (Georgia) – Georgia

No. 30 Will Shipley, APB – Weddington (North Carolina) – Clemson

No. 31 Shemar Turner, SDE – DeSoto (Texas) – Texas A&M

No. 32 Keeshawn Silver, SDE – Rocky Mount (North Carolina) – North Carolina)

No. 33 Barrett Carter, OLB – North Gwinnett (Georgia) – Clemson

No. 34 Jacorey Brooks, IMG Academy (Florida) – Alabama

No. 35 Kingsley Suamatala, OT – Orem (Utah) – Oregon

No. 36 Troy Franklin, WR – Menlo-Atherton (California) – Oregon

No. 37 Tunmise Adeleye, SDE – Katy Tompkins (Texas) – Texas A&M

No. 38 Billy Bowman, ATH – Denton Ryan (Texas) – Oklahoma

No. 39 Ty Thompson, Pro QB – Gilbert Mesquite (Arizona) – Oregon

No. 40 LJ Johnson, RB – Cy-Fair (Texas) – Uncommitted

No. 41 Jeremiah Trotter, Jr., ILG – St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) – Clemson

No. 42 Mario Williams, WR – Plant City (Florida) – Oklahoma

No. 43 Clayton Smith, WDE – Texas HS (Texas) – Oklahoma

No. 44 Donovan Edwards, RB – West Bloomfield (Michigan) – Michigan

No. 45 Raesjon Davis, OLB – Mater Dei (California) – Uncommitted

No. 46 Jake Garcia, Pro QB – Grayson (Georgia) – Miami (Florida)

No. 47 Jakailin Johnson, CB – De Smet (Missouri) – Ohio State

No. 48 JoJo Earle, WR – Aledo (Texas) – Alabama)

No. 49 Mike Hall, DT – Streetsboro (Ohio) – Ohio State

No. 50 Landon Tengwall, OT – Good Counsel (Maryland) – Penn State

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