Jeff in Charlotte came up with a good question in Monday's chat when he asked which school will have the best signing day -- Clemson, Miami or Florida State?
FSU fans seem to be somewhat disenchanted with this year's recruiting class, though Corey Dowlar says it's not time to panic -- yet. Dowlar writes that Florida State -- which currently has the No. 10 class in the country -- is going to take some hits this year because of the loss of six assistants, but that it will rebound with its 2014 class.
Can Jimbo Fisher close strong on signing day, though, and have a better overall day than rivals Clemson and Miami?
Well, let's put it to a vote.
Clemson is the front-runner to lock up guard Tyrone Crowder, the No. 125 player in the ESPN 300. He is deciding between Clemson and Georgia and will announce on signing day. Defensive tackle Montravius Adams, the No. 13 player in the ESPN 300, is also favoring the Tigers.
Running back Alex Collins committed to Miami about a year ago, but he has since opened up his options and is also considering Arkansas and Florida. Miami is also in the lead for outside linebacker Jermaine Grace.
Florida State took a hit when offensive tackle Austin Golson decommitted on Monday, but the Noles are still in the hunt for defensive tackle Keith Bryant and wide receiver Stacy Coley. And don't dismiss the chances of a surprise from Laremy Tunsil, a native of Lake City, Fla., and the No. 1 OT in his class. Stranger things have happened on national signing day.
The Noles will enter signing day with the ACC's best class, but is that how they'll finish? Cast your votes now for which team will come out on top on Wednesday.