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There were some odd reports about Collins’ mother not being happy with her son’s decision to go so far from home.
College coaches aren’t allowed to talk about specific players before they sign, but Bielema did acknowledge during his signing day news conference that Arkansas’ class of 22 players could “grow by one.”
THE BIG TWO
Ohio State and Michigan received two thumbs up from experts on their signing day classes. They all had the Buckeyes and Wolverines around top five in the country.
After that, there was a drop off. Nebraska received solid grades and Penn State, despite NCAA sanctions that limited its class to 17 signees, held up pretty well.
“That’s a tribute to the job (Penn State coach) Bill O’Brien and the staff did,” Shurburtt said.
But signing day 2013 signaled that Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes and Brady Hoke’s Wolverines are primed to pull away from most of the Big Ten, and maybe _ just maybe _ give the league a team or two that can challenge those SEC teams for a national title.
BUILT TO LAST
Notre Dame followed up its best season in more than two decades with a recruiting class that coach Brian Kelly hopes can keep the Fighting Irish contending for more national titles.
The class includes a famous name in Torii Hunter Jr., the son of the All-Star outfielder. Hunter Jr. is a top-notch receiver prospect, though he broke his leg during an All-Star game and it could be a while before he’s back on the football field.
Linebacker Jaylon Smith from Fort Wayne, Ind., is generally regarded as the jewel of a class that experts have ranked among the best in the country.
“I love agreeing with experts,” Kelly said.
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