Winners and losers from college football’s national signing day

National signing day lost a little bit of the glitz, glamour and drama this year after the first-ever early signing period in college football last December. But now that the 2018 recruiting period is really over, let’s catch up on what happened this cycle, and which teams had good — and bad — days. 

Georgia: The sting of losing a national championship should be lessened just a bit after Wednesday, when the Bulldogs flipped yet another four-star originally committed to Alabama. This is becoming a trend for UGA. Quay Walker is a 6-foot-3, 218-pound linebacker who endeared himself to Georgia fans not just by picking the Bulldogs but also by picking up a Tennessee hat — was he about to head to Knoxville?!—then flinging it to the side. 

Overall it was a tremendous day for the Bulldogs. They finished with the top-ranked class in the country, and signed a staggering seven five-star prospects, including No. 2 cornerback Tyson Campbell. Though head coach Kirby Smart said the ranking itself, “really does not float my boat, or

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