A Final Pre-Signing Day Update, and Tomorrow’s Coverage

First, the important information: What will be going on at Varsity Blue tomorrow? Starting around 11AM or slightly before, we will be opening up a CoverItLive liveblog to cover all of Signing Day. I should be around most of the day, Brian from MGoBlog will be by around 11:30 or 12, and (perhaps most excitingly) Paul will attend the Rich Rodriguez press conference at 3pm.

Brian and I (and maybe MGoBlog recruiting intern TomVH, if he’s available) will be primarily answering questions from the other participants, in addition to sharing news as it becomes available to us. Paul will send in comments from the press conference via Twitter. This CIL will be more of a Q&A-type thing, rather than a free-for-all like the game chats usually are. It will run all day, so be sure to stop by every so often and check it out (the software archives all the comments, so you can drop by and see what you’ve missed).

Onto the final recruiting information:

Rivals has a convenient writeup of most of this information.

  • As mentioned before, Adrian Witty’s conference is at 11 (it should be the first of the day). Denard Robinson will either announce then or wait until 7PM. SoFlaFootball’s Luke Stampini thinks Michigan leads for Robinson, with Florida gaining.
  • DeQuinta Jones makes his final announcement at 1:30M ET.
  • Je’Ron Stokes, who reportedly has had Michigan make a resurgence in his recruitment after being considered all-but-dead earlier today, announces live on an internet at 3:00 on CSNPhilly.com. It will re-air on Comcast SportsNet Philly at 6:30.
  • Pearlie Graves signs at 9 and announces at noon.

Stop by tomorrow and take part in the CoverItLive; it should be really fun.

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3 Comments so far

  1. Griffin Fraley says...

    Alright, Tim. Let’s here your final prediction if you please.

  2. Nick says...

    Man, this is going to be a sleepless night for me. I haven’t been this ancy for the next day since Christmas eve when I was 9 years old!

  3. Tim says...

    I actually think (maybe irrationally) that Michigan gets 4, missing on one of the committed DTs.

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