College football recruiting notebook: What's to come before February's signing day

College football's early signing period started, came and went, and after one of the wildest days in recruiting, the dust has settled.

The biggest news of the early signing period was Deion Sanders and Jackson State flipping five-star corner Travis Hunter from Florida State. Hunter is the No. 2 prospect overall and announced his decision on the first day of the early signing period.

Texas A&M made plenty of noise as well, moving up in the class rankings and taking over the No. 1 spot, ahead of Alabama.

Some of the new coaches were able to make a splash as well, especially Lincoln Riley at USC. The Trojans were able to get commitments from ESPN 300 running back Raleek Brown, safety Zion Branch, and Riley was also able to get five-star corner Domani Jackson back into the fold.

That doesn't mean recruiting is over for the 2022 class, though, as there are still some big names uncommitted and some recruits that are committed, but unsigned.

Here is a look at what has happened since the early signing period and what's left leading up to the February signing period.