Check back below for news throughout college football’s Signing Day.

February 1 is National Signing Day, the day when college football teams finally announce their signed recruits, after players slide around hats and fans scream at each other online. And all of it matters!

The big storyline, again: is this finally the year somebody can top Alabama? The Tide have had the No. 1 consensus class six years in a row and enter the day ranked highest again, but Ohio State, Georgia, and Florida State have arguments, and Stanford’s small class is loaded as well.

The No. 1 overall recruit, DE Jaelan Phillips, is set to UCLA, though the individual rating services disagree so much that three others also rank No. 1 at one outlet or another (Alabama RB Najee Harris, Tennessee OT Trey Smith, and Stanford OT Walker Little). The top QB: Stanford’s Davis Mills. The top player who’ll be committing on Signing Day: five-star DT Marvin Wilson, who’s expected to pick either FSU or LSU.

Below you’ll find:

  1. Updates on big commits, flips, and drama as they happen
  2. Notes on the top 10 overall recruits

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1. The general schedule of commits

This isn’t complete or set in stone, but it’s about as solid as this sort of thing can be. All times are Eastern. Many ceremonies will be available for viewing and online streaming via television networks local to the prospect.

(The most widely predicted favorite team, per the 247Sports Crystal Ball, is listed first for each player.)

8 a.m. hour

ESPNU: 4-star OLB Levi Jones (Florida State, Florida, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC)

4-star G Tedarrell Slaton (Florida, Florida State, Michigan)

ESPNU: 4-star OT Stephan Zabie (Texas, Oklahoma, USC)

9 a.m. hour

4-star S Chaz Ah You (BYU, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Washington)

4-star CB Jamyest Williams (South Carolina, Georgia)

10 a.m. hour

ESPNU: 5-star DT Aubrey Solomon (Michigan, Alabama, Georgia, USC)

4-star OLB Willie Gay (LSU, Michigan, Mississippi State, Ole Miss)

CBS SN: 4-star WR Mike Harley (Miami, Michigan, UCLA)

ESPNU: 4-star S Todd Harris (LSU, Alabama, TCU)

4-star DE Jarez Parks (Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, North Carolina)

ESPNU: 4-star WR Jeff Thomas (Miami, Louisville, Oregon)

3-star DE Aaron Sterling (South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia)

11 a.m. hour

4-star DE Markaviest Bryant (Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, LSU)

ESPNU: 4-star CB Chevin Calloway (Arkansas, Texas, Ole Miss)

4-star DE Jay Tufele (Utah, BYU, Michigan, Ohio State, USC)

ESPNU: 3-star DT Damion Daniels (Nebraska, Colorado, UTSA)

12 p.m. hour

5-star DE LaBryan Ray (Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee)

4-star DE K’Lavon Chaisson (Texas, LSU)

4-star CB Christopher Henderson (Miami, Florida) 4-star OT Austin Jackson (USC, Arizona State, Washington)

4-star WR Henry Ruggs (Alabama, Florida State)

3-star RB Morgan Ellison (Indiana, Ohio, Toledo)

3-star WR Michael Onyemaobi (Nebraska, Iowa State, TCU, UNLV, Washington State)

3-star ATH Kam White (Ole Miss, Iowa State, Minnesota)

1 p.m. hour

ESPN2: 4-star RB A.J. Davis (Pitt, North Carolina, Louisville)

4-star OT Thayer Munford (Ohio State, Iowa State, Kentucky, Pitt)

ESPN2: 4-star WR James Robinson IV (Florida, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon)

3-star DB Brian Edwards (Miami, Florida)

2 p.m. hour

4-star WR Nico Collins (Michigan, Georgia, Alabama)

3-star ATH Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (Notre Dame, Michigan State, Virginia)

3-star ATH B.J. Thompson (Baylor, Florida State, Utah, Washington State)

3 p.m. hour

4-star WR Devonta Smith (Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Miami)

4 p.m. hour

4-star CB Deommodore Lenoir (Oregon, Nebraska, UCLA)

ESPN2: 5-star WR…