National Signing Day: Notes from our writers

Tech's Paul Johnson: Forget the rankings, OK?

Asked Wednesday if he had any reaction to Georgia Tech's 2013 signing class being rated 88th nationally -- the ranking would climb to 83rd within a half-hour -- by Rivals.com, Paul Johnson said, "Not really." Read Mark Bradley's post: Tech's Paul Johnson: Forget the rankings, OK?

Don't blame Grantham for playing the game

From Jeff Schultz in Athens: In my limited (by choice) experience with national signing day, I've come to expect at least three story lines every year:  The mind-boggling development.  The hilariously dumb event. The inevitable rumored coaching departure: Which brings me to Todd Grantham. Read More: Don't blame Grantham for playing the game.

GA's Richt: 'I have no disappointment; today's a day of celebration'

From Chip Towers: As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, Georgia's recruiting cycle for the 2013 football class was pretty much in the books. At the end of it, the Bulldogs had inked 32 prospects, 18 defensive players and 14 offensive players. Read the full story: GA's Richt: 'I have no disappointment; today's a day of celebration' | UGA's 2013 recruits: Our full updated list.

10 points on Tech's class

A few thoughts and notes on Tech's signing class from Yellow Jackets beat writer Ken Sugiura . 10 points on Tech's class | Tech's 2013 Recruiting Class: Our updated list

Analyzing Georgia State's class

Beat reporter Doug Roberson analyzes Georgia State's first recruiting class: New coach Trent Miles and his staff had just a few weeks to try to find enough talent to not only turn around a team that went 1-10 last year, but to find players that can help his program as it moves from the FCS to FBS levels. Read more: Analyzing Georgia State's class

Georgia Tech completes trade of prospects

Michael Carvell reports that Georgia Tech completed a 4-for-3 trade of prospects over the final week before signing day. The Yellow Jackets lost four recruits to other schools, but rebounded to take three away from the competition.  Read more: Georgia Tech completes trade of prospects

The Hater: 'Ole Miss cheating' say CFB fans lacking self-awareness

Ole Miss is trending on Twitter this morning because the Rebels are cleaning up on National Signing Day, and because Ole Miss is a school that isn't supposed to do that, they must be cheating. Read the full post from our new blog, The Hater: 'Ole Miss cheating' say CFB fans lacking self-awareness

MORE SIGNING DAY from the AJC

-Minute by minute updates from our Michael Carvell at the Recruiting Epicenter

-Recruiting Central: Team-by-team SEC Updates, ACC Updates, other Georgia-based players