Posted January 31, 2014

National Signing Day announcement schedule for top uncommitted 2014 recruits

National Signing Day, Recruiting
Malachi Dupre

Malachi Dupre will choose between Alabama, LSU, UCLA, Florida State and Ole Miss. (Mark LoMoglio/Icon SMI)

A host of uncommitted prospects still have yet to pledge their services to college football programs. Yet with the most important day on the recruiting calendar right around the corner, that is about to change.

Below is a National Signing Day schedule for some of the nation’s top recruits, with most of the information coming via Stephen Spiewak of MaxPreps.com. Commitments will begin early in the morning on Feb. 5 and continue well into the afternoon. All times are Eastern, and all rankings and finalists listed are courtesy of Rivals.com.

For additional information about the class of 2014, be sure to check out SI.com’s informal introduction to this year’s top prospects.

Rivals100: The top college football players in the 2014 class l Photo gallery

Time           Recruit                   Rank                    Finalists
8 a.m.          Derrick Nnadi           No. 4 DT               Virginia Tech, FSU, Ohio State
8 a.m.          J.C. Jackson             No. 21 WR            Florida, FSU, Miami
8:15 a.m.    Isaiah McKenzie        No. 35 WR            Notre Dame, Florida, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech
8:50 a.m.    Braden Smith           No. 3 OG               TCU, Auburn, Texas A&M, Notre Dame
9 a.m.         Solomon Thomas      No. 3 SDE             Stanford, Texas, Notre Dame Arkansas
10 a.m.       Roderick Johnson      No. 21 OT             Florida State, Ohio State, Alabama
10 a.m.       Ermon Lane             No. 5 WR               Florida State, Florida
10:20 a.m.  Damian Prince          No. 2 OT               Maryland, Florida, FSU, So. Carolina, Miami
10:30 a.m.  Malachi Dupre           No. 2 WR              LSU, UCLA, Florida State, Ole Miss, Alabama
10:30 a.m.  Kenny Young            No. 5 OLB             LSU, UCLA, Texas A&M
10:30 a.m.  Terrence Alexander   No. 32 CB             Ole Miss, Stanford, Notre Dame
10:30 a.m.  Mattrell McGraw        No. 33 S               Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA, Arizona
10:30 a.m.  Travonte Valentine    No. 3 DT               LSU, Miami, Texas
11:15 a.m.  Damien Mama          No. 1 OG               USC, BYU, Alabama, UCLA
11:45 a.m.  Rashaan Evans         No. 1 OLB             Auburn, Alabama, Nebraska, UCLA, NIU
2:10 p.m.    Adoree’ Jackson        No. 1 ATH             USC, Florida, UCLA, Oregon, LSU
2:15 p.m.    Steven Parker           No. 6 S                 IU, Alabama, Kansas St., Baylor, Auburn
2:45 p.m.    Lorenzo Carter          No. 3 WDE            Georgia, FSU, Florida, LSU, Clemson
2:50 p.m.    Myles Autry              No. 31 ATH            Georgia Tech, FSU, Florida, Miami, UL-Laf.
4 p.m.         Budda Baker             No. 10 S               Washington, UCLA, Wazzu, Texas A&M, USC
5 p.m.         JuJu Smith               No. 2 S                  Ohio St., Mich., Ole Miss, USC, Notre Dame
5 p.m.         Michiah Quick           No. 4 ATH              Oklahoma, Notre Dame, UCLA
5 p.m.         Wesley Green           No. 17 CB              So. Carolina, Clemson, UF, Ohio St., Auburn
6 p.m.         Poona Ford               No. 24 DT              Texas, Purdue, Missouri
TBA             Malik McDowell         No. 2 SDE              Mich. State, Mich., Ohio State, FSU, Florida
TBA             Nifae Lealao              No. 10 SDE           Stanford, Cal, Vanderbilt, Oregon State
TBA             Chris Lammons         No. 14 CB              So. Carolina, Wisc., FAU, Nebraska, Ohio St.

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donald5
donald5

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