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5 Solid But Overlooked Recruiting Hauls

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With National Signing Day in the rearview mirror, the eyes of the college football world now turn to spring ball.

But before we turn the page completely on high school recruiting, let's take a look back at NSD this past Wednesday and glance at some under-the-radar recruiting hauls.

While these schools did not make the final National Football Post Top 25 team recruiting rankings, they still were able to bring in quality talent that may end up developing quite well and help the program ascend their conference standings.

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