CLEVELAND - Mr. Ohio football Mitch Trubisky is already enrolled at North Carolina. This signing day is a thing of the past for him and for other blue chip high school seniors already enrolled in college. But for others, Wednesday is a magic day when four years of high school football turns into a free education.
It is National Letter of Intent Day. The road maps are out. St. Edward meets at 2 p.m., St. Ignatius at 3:30 p.m., Cleveland Heights at noon, Lake Catholic will bust out the pens at 12:45 p.m., and Glenville lets the world know where the Tar Blooders will play next year at 10:30 a.m..
Most of the big names have already verbally committed to play at certain schools. Now it's on to the Big Ten, MAC or any other conference across the country.
Most eyes around these parts are looking at Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeyes. Buckeyebattlecry.com sizes up the guys who might be on the way to Columbus.
The grades will be out later, but every school thinks they landed an "A" grade class. For the latest on National Letter of Intent Day follow @andy_baskin , @mikecairns5 , and @ScottPiker5 on Twitter.
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