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National signing day: Top 5 players yet to commit (1)

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Florida State may be current college football champions but school programs across the country are currently plotting their demise.

With National Signing Day coming up in a couple of weeks, recruiters are desperately trying to secure the next generation of football stars direct from high school before the February 6 deadline.

This period can define a school’s program for years to come as they look to acquire the very best prospects coming out of high school.

Although many of the five star ranked players having already committed to their school of choice, there are still many others biding their time before they sign on the dotted line.

So here is a look at the top players yet to commit – Which of them are you desperate for your school to secure?

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