National Signing Period primer

Now that the first signing period is finally here, we lay out the next few days and possible and probable commitments set to ensue.

Now that the early signing period is here, get ready for a busy few days as some of the top prospects across the land will put pen to paper cementing their plans for the years ahead. While many have already committed to a college program, several others have set the date and time for when they will call it a day with their own respective recruitments.

Previewing the week to come, we outline what is set to occur and how things will play out. There are still 31 prospects on the board from the 2017 HoopSeen Top-125 Rankings as we also give insight as to who might call it a day with their recruitment this week and who else might wait until the spring to sign their letter of intent.

Wednesday, November 9

9 a.m. – Garrison Brooks – RANKING: 112 – UNC, Auburn, LSU, Georgia, & Mississippi State

Thursday, November 10

2 p.m. – Nick Richards – RANKING: 14 – Indiana, Kentucky, Syracuse, & Arizona

3:45 p.m. – Rayshaun Hammonds – RANKING: 40 – Georgia, Memphis, Texas, Alabama, UConn, & Miami

6 p.m. – Collin Sexton – RANKING: 8 – NC State, Alabama, Kansas, Georgia Tech, and Oklahoma State

6 p.m. – Gary Trent Jr – RANKING: 13 – Duke, UCLA, & Michigan State

6 p.m. – PJ Washington – RANKING: 28 – UNLV, Kentucky, & UNC

TBA – John Petty – RANKING: 27 – Kentucky & Alabama

Sunday, November 13

2 p.m. – Kris Wilkes – RANKING: 13 – UCLA, Indiana, & Illinois

Monday, November 14

Shai Alexander – RANKING: 51 – Kentucky, UNLV, Florida, Texas, & Syracuse

David Beatty – RANKING: 95 – Temple, UConn, Georgetown, Indiana, & South Carolina

Nic Claxton – Florida State, Georgia, Baylor, & NC State

Mayan Kiir – VCU, LSU, Illinois, & NC State

Saturday, November 19

7:30 p.m. – Quade Green – RANKING: 18 – Temple, Villanova, Syracuse, Kentucky, & Duke

EARLY SIGNINGS EXPECTED

Wendell Carter – RANKING: 1 – Duke, Harvard, Georgia, & Georgia Tech

Nojel Eastern – RANKING: 47 – Ohio State, Purdue, Michigan, Michigan State, Seton Hall, & NC State

Charles O’Bannon Jr – RANKING: 38 – Washington, UCLA, USC, Texas, & NC State

Ikey Obiagu – RANKING: 59 – Baylor, Maryland, Florida State, Auburn, & Georgia Tech

Isaiah Stokes – RANKING: 96 – Iowa State, TCU, Tennessee, & Florida

Lonnie Walker – RANKING: 24 – Kentucky, UConn, Villanova, Syracuse, Miami, & Arizona

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