By Brandon Huffman, CBS Sports: It was a simpler time six years ago. The lone National Signing Day for the 2017 cycle was the first Wednesday in February, but that was before everything changed 10 months later with the introduction of the early signing period in December.
Since that first early signing period during the 2017-18 recruiting cycle, we’ve witnessed a seismic shift in the timing of when top recruits announce their college choices and sign with their schools, a timeframe that has heavily shifted to December.
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