There are a ton of sites now with Signing Day pages, but we’ll focus on two:
- The official Signing Day page at georgiadogs.com. Signings shouldn’t be considered official until the school posts them, and this is where they’ll do it. Most everyone else will be sourcing from this info anyway.
- The commitment / signing list at UGASports.com. The school can’t name verbal commitments of course, but this page from UGASports.com will show you who has signed and which verbal commitments are yet to sign. There is also a mobile version here.
Twitter is perfect for the fast pace of Signing Day, and that’s where most of the news will break first. Rather than suggest dozens of people to follow, we’ll make it simple.
We’ve created a Twitter list of 20 or so of the media outlets and recruiting services/blogs that will have relevant content on Signing Day. Just follow this list, and you’ll see the tweets from all of those people whether or not you follow them. Follow @dawgsonline/UGASigningDay11
If all of the sites and analysis and rumors throughout the day are a bit too much and you just want to know who signed where, we’ve created a Twitter account for that, too. Just follow @uga_nsd. It’s a low-noise feed that will just tell you 1) when someone has signed with Georgia and 2) the Signing Day decisions of 8-10 key prospects where Georgia is heavily involved. It shouldn’t be more than 30-35 tweets throughout the day, so you can even sign up for mobile notifications on that @uga_nsd account and not be overwhelmed.
Of course you can keep up with the #signingday hashtag for nationwide recruiting news and talk.