National Signing Day is tomorrow.
That’s right. On Wednesday, it will be the one day in the offseason to which fans and coaches look forward. All the drama with college visits, athletes flipping schools and some scandalous controversy among commits will be put to rest as the college football equivalent of a draft edges closer.
Fans will get a better idea of the players representing their teams come August, and current players will get to know their new teammates.
But with all the excitement, there are a few things we need to remember going into National Signing Day:
Still, National Signing Day is an important, dramatic spectacle of the college football program. It gives you an idea of what your team will look like in the future. It gives you a base to build around during practices, and the next important day will be the Spring game, when you can watch these college stars in action for the first time.
Until then, let’s not forget about our 2014 College World Series Champions, as the 2014 College World Series Champion Vanderbilt baseball team takes the field next Friday, February 13, when they welcome Santa Clara to Nashville.