Which schools were the biggest NCAA football betting winners on the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college football with a college that is a member of the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association? Yesterday was National Signing Day – and today is Groundhog Day, but that’s another matter entirely. Of course, there is no way of telling how good a four- or five-star prospect will be at the collegiate level, but as fans who bet on NCAA football are wont to say, here’s hoping. Or as kangaroos say, here’s hopping.
USC Trojans. Among the five- and four-star recruits that committed to USC are running back Stephen Carr from Summit High School, wide receiver Joseph Lewis IV from Hawkins High School, offensive tackle Austin Jackson from North Canyon High School, defensive tackle Jay Tufele from Bingham High School, safety Bubba Bolden from Bishop Gorman High School, OLB Levi Jones from Westlake High School, cornerback Greg Johnson from Hawkins High School, OT Alijah Vera-Tucker from Bishop O’Dowd High School, S Isaiah Pola-Mao from Mountain Pointe High School, defensive end Hunter Echols from Cathedral High School, tight end Josh Falo from Inderkum High School, center Brett Neilon from Santa Margarita Catholic High School, WR Randal Grimes from Sergio Leone High School, and DE Jacob Lichtenstein from Cypress Hill High School.
Michigan Wolverines. The Wolverines are another NCAA football betting winner in the eyes of people who bet on NCAA football. Michigan has signed 27 four star recruits, including wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones (“I’m not your enemy. I’m Peoples”) from Cass Technical High School, OC Cesar Ruiz from IMG Academy, defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon from Lee County High School, defensive end Luiji Vilain from Episcopal High School, ATH Jordan Anthony from IMG Academy, offensive tackle Chuck Filiaga from Aledo High School, WR Nico Collins from Clay-Chalkville High School, ILB Drew Singleton from Paramus Catholic High School, WR Brad Hawkins from Suffield Academy, cornerback Ambry Thomas from Martin Luther King High School, and WR Tarik Black from Cheshire Academy.
Baylor Bears. The Bears also have a worthy recruiting class, featuring wide receiver RJ Sneed from Cypress Ranch High School, OC Xavier Newman from DeSoto High School, cornerback Timarcus Davis from College Station High School, defensive end Demarco Artis from Seminole High School, defensive tackle James Lynch from Round Rock High School, CB Harrison Hand from Cherry Hill High School West, OLB Terrell Bernard from La Porte High School, DE Justin Harris from East Ascension High School, OLB Bryson Jackson from Lake Ridge High School, OG Eleasah Anderson from Alief Taylor High School, DE Rob Saulin from Pennsville Memorial High School.
Florida Gators. ATH Kadarius Toney from Blount High School, offensive tackle Kadeem Telfort from Booker T. Washington high school, defensive tackle Kyree Campbell from Wyoming Seminary Prep School, QB Jake Allen from St. Thomas Aquinas high school, wide receiver Daquon Green from Tampa Bay Tech high school, running back Malik Davis from Jesuit Tech high school are among the recruits that make the Gators NCAA football betting winners on National Signing Day.