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National Signing Day 2022: Live updates, college football recruiting rankings, top class rankings

National Signing Day 2022: Live updates, college football recruiting rankings, top class rankings

The final opportunity for high school prospects to lock up scholarships and formally sign National Letters of Intent begins Wednesday with the traditional National Signing Day for the Class of 2022. While a vast majority of the nation’s top players made their college decisions during the early signing period in December, there’s still a number of big-time prospects who will make announcements Wednesday.

Watch our National Signing Day show streaming LIVE from 9 am to 5 pm ET in the CBS Sports HQ video player above for commitments, signings, reactions and analysis. CBS Sports and 247Sports will also provide live updates all day in the story below. Keep it locked here for an updating schedule of commitments, the newest recruiting rankings and much more as the day unfolds.

Signing Day: 2022 Class Rankings | Crystal Ball | Complete Schedule | Watch Live (pop-out)

Key announcement times

  • 4-star DL Christen Miller (No. 102)– Committed to Georgia
  • 4-star RB TreVonte’ Citizen (No. 107)– Committed to Miami
  • 4-star RB Jordan James (No. 191)– Committed to Oregon
  • 4-star DL Caden Story (No. 205)– Committed to Clemson
  • 5-star DL Shemar Stewart (No. 10) — 1:30 pm on HQ — Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Texas A&M
  • 5-star LB Harold Perkins (No. 8) — 4:30 pm on HQ — Alabama, Florida, LSU, Texas A&M
  • 5-star OL Devon Campbell (No. 9) — 5 pm on HQ — Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas, USC
  • 4-star EDGE Gracen Halton (No. 257) — 5:30 pm on HQ — Arizona State, Cal, Miami, Oklahoma, Oregon
  • 4-star OL Dave Iuli (No. 188) — 6:30 pm on HQ — Cal, Miami, Oregon, Oregon State, USC
  • 4-star S Jacoby Mathews (No. 38) — 7 pm on HQ — Alabama, Florida, LSU, Texas, Texas A&M
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