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Signing Day: High school football players begin committing to universities

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Mike Glennon #8 of the North squad drops back to pass against the South squad during the Senior Bowl at Ladd Peebles Stadium on January 26, 2013 in Mobile, Alabama. The South won the game 21-16. Stacy Revere/Getty Images

The pressure of picking a college can be tough, especially if you're a top high school football player. 

Where these budding new player land can either make or break a college's football program, so the competition to recruit players is fierce. For months, sometimes even years, reporters, coaches and college boosters will hound a player for a decision. 

Today, they'll get some answers. It's National Signing Day, the first day these kids can sign a letter of intent to commit their to a university. 

For more, we're joined by Adam Kramer, lead college football writer for Bleacher Report.  

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