5-star CB Tyson Campbell commits for 2018

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"I will be taking my talents to", Walker said before putting on a Tennessee orange cap and flipping it aside, revealing he had on a Georgia black shirt and is singing with the Bulldogs.

The son of the former National Football League player by the same name was considered the top unsigned prospect left to commit.

Andrew Chatfield kicked it off at American Heritage.

- Four-star defensive tackle Nesta Silvera, yet another American Heritage star, picked the Miami Hurricanes over the Florida Gators.

With close to three-quarters of the high school recruits having already signed their national letter of intent back in December during the three-day early signing period window, it would appear that much of the thrill could be missing from today's events.

Definitely no time to have a Twitter account suspended but that's exactly what happened to South Florida and Missouri on Wednesday morning. USF and Mizzou also had their accounts churning out welcome tweets within an hour of the shutdowns.

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Florida State and new coach Willie Taggart had some work to do to catch up with the other traditional powers on national signing day and the Seminoles got off to a nice start.

- Four-star Stockbridge (Ga.) receiver Marquez Ezzard, who decommitted from Florida State in the fall, made a decision to sign with Miami.

You can view the full classes for 2018 here. The traditional February date has most teams just topping of their classes. Latavious Brini, who redshirted after signing with Georgia in the recruiting class of 2017, is also a Miami-area product.

Alabama has dominated the recruiting scene with seven consecutive No. 1 classes but the Crimson Tide have fallen out of the top three for the first time since 2007 and were ranked ninth.

Campbell is the fourth defensive back to commit in Georgia's class of 2018, and the third from the Miami area.

Campbell is considered the No. 2 cornerback in the country, only second to his teammate Patrick Surtain Jr. LSU and Alabama are among his choices.

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