Now that everybody's coming down from their signing day high, here are a few links:
It's another big recruiting bounty for the SEC.
Auburn and Florida say they gave some multi-year scholarships for this class.
Mississippi State closes signing day with a pair of Browns.
Ole Miss wins a late battle to get defensive back Trae Elston.
South Carolina fills its needs, particularly at receiver and defensive back.
Josh Harvey-Clemons convinces his grandfather and signs with Georgia.
Mark Richt talks Georgia recruiting.
Vanderbilt's James Franklin says this is "his best class ever."
Tennessee coach Derek Dooley isn't dwelling on the past and says "its hard to feel better than I do today."
The 2012 recruiting class says the Vols are more desperate than prosperous, writes John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel.
This class resembles Bobby Petrino's first class at Arkansas.
Kentucky's Joker Phillips eyes recruiting diamonds in the rough SEC, writes John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
LSU's Les Miles says the Tigers didn't get everybody they went after, but "got what we needed."
Analyzing the 2012 Auburn signing class.
Nick Saban looks back on Alabama's class.