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Posted at 3:31 PM ET, 01/28/2011

When is signing day?

By Washington Post editors

Next Wednesday, Feb. 2, is the first day that football players can sign national letters of intent. We'll have complete coverage of where the top area athletes are going to school here at Recruiting Insider and also on AllMetSports.com.

Some of the top recruits we'll be following are DeMatha lineman Cyrus Kouandjio, who's considering Iowa, Auburn and Alabama; St. John's defensive lineman Kevin McReynolds, who is looking at UCLA, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Syracuse and others; and Osbourn quarterback Dominique Terrell, who's visited West Virginia, Miami, Virginia and others.

In the meantime, check out our database of the area's top recruits -- Recruit watch -- which features links to videos and statistics. You can find our 2010 All-Met football team here: offense and defense. And here's a video of LaVar Arrington interviewing our All-Met Players of the Year, quarterback Michael Nebrich (Connecticut) and linebacker Vincent Croce (Virginia).

By Washington Post editors  | January 28, 2011; 3:31 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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