Signing Day wire (cont.)
9:52 a.m. -- Freeman to Missouri
The four-star out of Independence (Kan.) Community College also received an offer from Kansas State.
Three-star offensive tackle Chris Freeman signed with Missouri.
The Trotwood (Ohio) standout took January visits to Colorado and Missouri.
9:49 a.m. -- Jackson to wait until Thursday
LSU commitment Janzen Jackson will wait to sign his Letter of Intent until Thursday morning.
Jackson committed to LSU in February 2008. He is a five-star cornerback from Barbe (Lake Charles, La.).
9:45 a.m. -- Mingo signs with LSU
Four-star linebacker Barkevious Mingo signed with LSU after visiting the Tigers, Michigan, Alabama and Connecticut in January.
9:37 a.m. -- Wingo to stick with Hawgs
Mingo is a Rivals250 prospect from West (Monroe, La.).
Despite last minute thoughts about switching to Missouri, sources close to the situation have confirmed that four-star athlete Ronnie Wingo Jr. will sign his national letter of intent with Arkansas this morning.
9:35 a.m. -- Byrd will go to junior college
Lincoln (Tallahassee, Fla.) cornerback DeAndre Byrd will not sign with Nebraska and will enroll at a junior college instead.
Byrd, a three-star prospect, committed to the Cornhuskers in August but did not have the grades to enroll at Nebraska out of high school.
9:28 a.m. -- Five-star DT picks Florida
Five-star defensive tackle Gary Brown signed with Florida despite rumors he would consider Florida State.
9:21 a.m. -- Jeffery switches to Sotuh Carolina
Brown was one of the first prospects to commit to the Gators in this class. The West Gadsden (Quincy, Fla.) player is the No. 23 prospect in the class and the fifth-ranked recruit in the Sunshine State.
Four-star wide receiver Alshon Jeffery switched from one USC to another Wednesday morning.
Jeffery announced he will sign with South Carolina after being committed to Southern California since the summer.
Jeffery is the fourth-ranked player in South Carolina out of Calhoun County (St. Matthews, SC).
9:13 a.m. -- Boyd signs with Clemson
Clemson fans can rest easy when it comes to Rivals100 quarterback Tajh Boyd.
The Phoebus (Hampton, Va.) standout sent his Letter of Intent the Tigers this morning.
9:10 a.m. -- Appleton switches to Wisconsin
The four-star signal-caller committed to Tennessee and West Virginia during the recruiting process before settling on Clemson on Jan. 19.
East (St. Louis, Ill.) wide receiver Kraig Appleton signed with Wisconsin despite being committed to Illinois since Nov. 29.
Appleton, a four-star Rivals250 prospect, sent his National Letter of Intent to the Badgers this morning.
9:07 a.m. -- D.C.'s White lands at Maryland
Four-star offensive guard Peter White will sign at Maryland today.
The top prospect in Washington D.C. narrowed his list to the Terrapins, Miami and Tennessee last week.
9:03 a.m. -- Green to Illinois?
Rivals100 cornerback Justin Green is expected to sign with Illinois when he announces at 10 a.m. Central today.
The four-star Green was committed to Ohio State.
8:50 a.m. -- Ole Miss gets Florida linebacker
Largo (Fla.) linebacker Mike Marry will sign with Ole Miss.
The three-star in the Florida top 100 picked the Rebels over Iowa State, South Florida and Duke.
8:47 a.m. -- OT Phillips to Florida State
Olive Branch (Miss.) offensive tackle Aubrey Phillips will sign at Florida State, his coach told Rivals.com.
Phillips is a four-star prospect ranked ninth in Mississippi. He was previously committed to Tennessee.
8:31 a.m. -- Huskers ink first two
8:27 a.m. -- Aggies get their first signees
8:20 a.m. -- Red Raiders have No. 1 on board
8:16 a.m. -- Farrell makes his annual picks
Predicting what's going to happen on Signing Day is always difficult and risky based on the unpredictability of 17-year-old football players.
However, Rivals.com National Recruiting Analyst Mike Farrell, as usual, is willing to go out on a limb with his annual five Signing Day predictions.
8:13 a.m. -- First LOI in for Mizzou
The first letter of intent is in for the Missouri Tigers. Three-star athlete T.J. Moe, who was named the player the year in St. Louis, has officially inked with the Tigers. Moe is ranked as the No. 5 player in Missouri.
8:11 a.m. -- Kansas scores fours-star DB
Four-star Rivals250 safety Bradley McDougald has signed his national letter of intent with Kansas. The nation's No. 11 safety and No. 235 player overall picked Kansas over Wisconsin, Colorado and had been committed to Ohio State at one point.
8:09 a.m. -- Michael Carter makes the switch
Four star cornerback Michael Carter has made the first signing day switch, changing his commitment from WVU to Minnesota.
Read the full story on GopherIllustrated.com.
8:03 a.m. -- Debose LOI received
GatorBait.com has confirmed that Andre Debose LOI has been faxed in and he is a Florida Gator.
For more recruiting news, head to Rivals.com.
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