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National Signing Day 2017: What to watch for and who to follow on a bustling day for high propagandize football recruits


H.D. Woodson defensive tackle Jaylyn Twyman and Riverdale Baptist defensive behind Tariq Castro-Fields are a area’s tip uncommitted internal recruits set to make a preference on National Signing Day. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

National Signing Day is here, definition it’s time for the area’s best high propagandize football players to put on ball hats.

Check out a tip recruits approaching to pointer with Football Bowl Subdivision schools here, and afterwards take a demeanour during a tip uncommitted inhabitant prospects here.

But only like you, we’re focused on what’s going down currently around D.C., Maryland and Virginia. So here’s a beam to what’s function opposite a area on Wednesday.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Decisions, decisions

Maryland is adult opposite Big Ten opposition Penn State and juggernaut Alabama for a services of Riverdale Baptist defensive behind Tariq Castro-Fields, who did not concede a execution in his comparison season. The 6-foot-2 speedster, who was first-team All Met this past tumble and a four-star partisan according to Rivals.com, is set to make a preference Wednesday afternoon during a Upper Marlboro private school. Less than 24 hours after starting in College Park, D.J. Durkin visited Riverdale Baptist to stress his goal on gripping a best players in a area during home.

In Northeast, a area’s other tip uncertain awaiting is H.D. Woodson defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman. The 6-foot-2, 300-pound senior, who like Castro-Fields was a first-team All Met pick and is a four-star recruit, is set to confirm between Pittsburgh and South Carolina. In his final tumble with a Warriors, Twyman posted 91 tackles and 8 sacks.

Local Big Three 

Once a dirt settles on Wednesday night and commitments are official, Maryland, Virginia, and Virginia Tech will all acquire casts of earnest internal prospects. The Hokies landed one of a climax wealth of this year’s internal recruiting category on New Year’s Day when Lackey linebacker Nathan Proctor committed to Virginia Tech during a Under Armour All-America game. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound senior, who was a first-team All Met selection, posted 68 tackles and eights sacks this fall.

Riverdale Baptist descent lineman Christian Darrisaw, Wilson playmaker Sean Savoy, and Stonewall Jackson reserve Devante Smith are also approaching to pointer with Virginia Tech.

Maryland perceived a boost final week when DeMatha using behind Anthony McFarland chose a Terps over Miami and Alabama. The home-run hitter is one of 11 locals approaching to pointer with Maryland on Wednesday.

In Charlottesville, Bronco Mendenhall successfully landed Lake Braddock using back Lamont Atkins (an early enrollee), Dominion defensive lineman Tommy Christ, Good Counsel Wide Receiver Darnell Pratt, St. Albans linebacker Charles Snowden, and Westfield kicker Brian Delaney.

Flippin’ commits

Last year, Bullis quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. and Good Counsel linebacker Keandre Jones astounded a area a few weeks before signing day by switching their verbal commitments from Maryland to Ohio State. As zero is central until players fax their letters of intent, prospects are giveaway to change their mind on National Signing Day, most to a discomfit of fans bases. Will any of this year’s tip recruits make a last-minute flip?

WHO TO FOLLOW

@allmetsports: Our categorical Twitter comment is your one-stop source for each signing in a area. All. Day. Long.

@jacobbogage: Jacob Bogage will be during Lackey during 11:30 a.m. to watch Proctor, using behind Malik Burns (Temple), and descent lineman James Tunstall sign. Then he’s headed to DeMatha, where McFarland, All Met defensive actor of a year Chase Young (Ohio State), and a horde of other Stags will oath to some of a country’s tip college football programs.

@NickEilerson: Nick Eilerson will flog things off splendid and early with a 7:30 breakfast signing rite during Good Counsel. Later in a afternoon, he’ll be during Riverdale Baptist to twitter a sum of Castro-Fields’ rarely approaching commitment.

@EricGoldweinWP: Eric Goldwein will be during H.D. Woodson to see Twyman make a choice before streamer to St. John’s in a afternoon, where rarely touted descent lineman Calvin Ashley and Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill are among a players approaching to put coop to paper.

@DillonMullan: Follow me(!) south of a Potomac as we revisit dual Virginia schools entrance off breakthrough seasons — Dominion and Virginia 6A state champion Westfield.

More on AllMetSports.com:

Ohio State secures five-star DeMatha defensive finish Chase Young

Towering St. John’s OL Calvin Ashley inks with Auburn

St. John’s quarterback Kasim Hill creates it central with Maryland

Maryland hooks DeMatha lineman Marcus Minor | Gonzaga’s Johnny Jordan, too

Penn State lands another D.C. area talent in Episcopal DB Jonathan Sutherland

Kentucky picks adult Good Counsel All-Met DE Joshua Paschal

Late-blooming St. Albans WR signs with Virginia | Lake Braddock RB Lamont Atkins enrolls early

Friendship Collegiate far-reaching receiver Nykeim Johnson brings speed to Syracuse

See where all a locals are headed on our Recruit Watch

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