UGA National Signing Day Blog (The Sequel)

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The 2018 recruiting cycle has wrapped up.

Ohio State now holds the top recruiting class per 247Sports.com followed by Georgia and Texas. It wouldn't be signing day if a parent, decked in the gear of rival SEC schools, didn't walk off a live shot on national television after her son picked a third SEC school. This includes Patrick Surtain Jr.'s choice between Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Miami; Tyson Campbell will choose from Alabama, Georgia and Miami; Nick Petit-Frere will decide between Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Alabama and Stanford.

Three of the four players are expected to make their decisions during the 10 a.m. hour.

Most of the top recruits already committed, however. The Bulldogs also have quarterback Justin Fields of Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga, who is considered by some to be the No. 1 player in the class. The same goes for strong-side defensive end Xavier Thomas, who ranks No. 3. This year was no different, as local athletes signed their letters of intent to play at the next level.

This is the first cycle for the December-February signing periods that we are all still trying to get a handle on. Will there be a surprise or two thrown in?

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