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Virginia Tech Football Recruiting: Predicting All Recruits Who Will Sign on NSD

National signing day is mere days away, and the Virginia Tech is on the verge of signing a solid class. The Hokies are currently ranked No. 25 in the country, per 247Sports.

While Virginia Tech fans will remember the misses (Josh Sweat and Jalen Dalton), it's important to note the Hokies have signed—or are expected to sign—several good players. Defensive tackle Tim Settle and quarterback Dwayne Lawson were recent additions to the class of 2015 for Virginia Tech. Both are 4-star recruits. 

In recent years, Tech fans complained about players flipping their recruitment to other schools at the last minute. This year, VT coaches flipped 4-star offensive lineman Austin Clark from South Carolina and Lawson from archrival Miami. Those were big wins for Virginia Tech.

Virginia Tech's class currently stands at 23 players; seven of those players signed and enrolled in January. The Hokies will likely not add a wide receiver in this class.

Here's a projected look at Virginia Tech's class of 2015. Don't expect any surprises on signing day—the Hokies aren't anticipating any major decisions on signing day, and that includes decommitments.  

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LSU Football Recruiting: Predicting All the Recruits Who Will Sign on NSD

LSU head coach Les Miles will bring in another top-10 recruiting class in 2015. But if some things fall positively for Miles, the Tigers could find themselves in the top five after national signing day on Wednesday. 

The Tigers currently rank No. 8 in the 247Sports composite team rankings, which is good enough for fourth in the SEC. Their 19 commitments makes them the only school in the top 10 with less than 20.

Miles will have four early enrollees from the 2015 class competing in spring practice. He also has a signed letter of intent from junior college transfer safety Jeremy Cutrer.

National signing day is always a frenetic 24 hours for coaches. Hard verbal commitments could switch to another school at any time. Miles and his staff hope the 14 unsigned players in the 2015 class keep their promises.

LSU is always known for finishing strong. The Tigers have a long history of flipping players committed to other universities late in the recruiting cycle. 

Here is preview of where some of the prospects might land. 

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