2019 Mountain West National Signing Day

2019 Mountain West National Signing Day

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2019 Mountain West National Signing Day


2019 Mountain West National Signing Day


Keep track of the Mountain West players who sign.


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Who is signing where

Leg one of national signing day is here and it is a huge deal and this is the second year of having an early signing period in mid-December and then the more traditional national letter of intent day is still in early February.

Not every player will sign on the dotted line but it seems that more and more are signing early, but it is still too early to tell if the December signing period will be the main time when recruits commit to a school.

Below are the rankings of verbal commits as of Dec. 18 and this list by 247Sports will change once players who start signing. Also, don’t freak out if your team is not as high as one would hope because part of these calculations are based on the number of players signed, so if a class has to say 10 players compared to 18 the one with more signees will be ranked higher in basically any scenario.

Team 5* 4* 3* Avg Commits Points
1. Boise State 0 3 12 85.78 15 175.02
2. Utah State 0 0 13 81.57 16 133.00
3. UNLV 0 0 10 80.84 17 129.34
4. Nevada 0 0 9 80.98 15 123.05
5. Air Force 0 0 7 78.02 39 120.52
6. Fresno State 0 0 11 82.12 12 119.07
7. Colorado State 0 0 9 82.44 10 108.65
8. San Jose State 0 0 8 80.33 13 106.55
9. Wyoming 0 0 6 79.31 14 100.75
10. San Diego State 0 0 8 82.55 9 100.66
11. Hawaii 0 0 5 80.02 9 80.79
12. New Mexico 0 0 2 79.48 8 69.65

We also will be keeping track of every recruit which signs their letter of intent. The only exception is Air Force which does not announce its class or comment on cadets until they are on campus.

Click the links below to go to your school of choice and we will update as the signatures come in.

Boise State | Colorado State | Fresno State | Hawaii | NevadaNew Mexico | San Diego State | San Jose State | UNLV | Utah State | Wyoming

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