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Chomping at Bits: National Signing Day 2013 is just hours away

Stock up on coffee and microwaveables, because the biggest day in recruiting is less than 24 hours away. And National Signing Day always brings some drama.


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National Signing Day dramas of the past: Remember Jonathan Colon? 'Cause I more or less didn't. (David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Mackensie Alexander gets national write-up: I think there's a chance, a very small chance, he becomes the best corner from this recruiting class. It'll take a ton of improvement for him to unseat Vernon Hargreaves, though. (Mitch Sherman, ESPN RecruitingNation)

Little-known facts about National Letters of Intent: It's such a great thing to have Infante writing about the NCAA. (John Infante, Athnet)

The story of Drew Ferris, long snapper: This is one of the better things I've read from Gator Country in a while. (Mike Capshaw, Gator Country)

Are Gators in the NFL or NBA making a bigger impact? The answer is probably the NFL, but only when Percy Harvin is healthy. (Adam Pincus and Josh Jurnovoy, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Florida's taking care of the journey: Just a follow-up note from Katz on the Gators, but sticking to Billy Donovan's process makes a lot of sense for this team. (Andy Katz, ESPN)

Ronni Williams selected to high school all-star game: And might yet be selected to the McDonald's All-American Game. (GatorZone)

Charlie Weis is still Charlie Weis: Kansas' coach may have almost 20 JUCO recruits coming in, and he also has some significant glee associated with stealing in-state rival Bill Snyder's tactic. (Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports)

Taylor Gang tackles Florida basketballl: I do wish we could get away from The Dark Knight Rises samples.

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