NSD details and announcement times


It’s here folks!

We are T-minus 24 hours until National Signing Day.

ESPNU and CBS Sports Network are covering the event as always, but there won’t be any live announcements for Florida on either outlet.

UF has only four known prospects left on the board and all of them will be making their decisions before 10 a.m.

8 a.m. ET
DT Jay-nard Bostwick — down to Alabama, Florida and Miami

9 a.m. ET
WR James Clark — down to Clemson, Florida and Ohio State
DT Jarran Reed — down to Alabama and Florida

9:30 a.m. ET
DE Tashawn Bower — down to Auburn and Florida

I’ll post their destinations as soon as they’re revealed on my Twitter account (HERE) and our live NSD blog, which will be updated every time a letter of intent comes through the fax for Florida. Will Muschamp’s press conference is set for 3:15 p.m. and all the LOIs should be in by then.

Stayed tuned to Gatorsports.com tonight for a final Recruiting Report and predictions from Robbie Andreu and I, as well as my National Signing Day preview story with comments from ESPN National Recruiting Director Tom Luginbill and Rivals.com National Recruiting Analyst Mike Farrell. Tomorrow we will have a National Signing Day Swampcast and footage of Muschamp’s presser, bios of the new Gators and several stories on the 2013 class.

Also don’t forget to visit our recruiting website (HERE), which includes player profiles for all of Florida’s commitments with evaluations, rankings, videos, related articles and more.

ESPN’s Cara Capuano (her Twitter) will be reporting live from the Florida football offices during ESPNU’s coverage on Wednesday, which will run from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET. CBS Sports Network kicks off its coverage at noon and ends at midnight.


  1. GREAT JOB ZACH! I hope to see you back at the Sun next season. Everyone on the message boards is talking about a big surprise flip, but you mentioned above that the entire class will be in by 10am. Is this big surprise a big hoax or will we know that as well be 10am?

  2. If Zach’s correct, then Jalen Ramsey is going to a team whose class is currently not ranked in the Top 15 by most of the recruiting services, or the Top 20 by others, which plays in a podunk conference that hasn’t had a national championship in football in nearly 15 years. Bad move, Jalen….Go on, Jalen, be a fool!

  3. Zach last week you said that there was a silent commit but you couldn’t say anything other than it was on the defensive side of the ball. Is this still true? If it is I’m guessing it’s one of the 4 you mentioned here unless it’s a total surprise. Go Gators!!!