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Where The Uncommitted 5-Star Players Announced They Are Headed On Early National Signing Day

Penn State fans during whiteout game against Michigan.

STATE COLLEGE, PA - OCTOBER 21: Penn State students cheer against the Michigan Wolverines on October 21, 2017 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Here's where the six uncommitted five-star players announced they were headed on Wednesday.

Wednesday is Early National Signing Day - which means that dozens of college football players are signing their National Letter of Intent to officially commit to a program. Heading into the day, there were six players ranked as five-star athletes who were set to announce their decisions.

Here's an update on the six players and where they've announced for:

Micah Parsons, a five-star defensive end, chose Penn State over Georgia, Oklahoma, Nebraska and a number of other schools. He was in the news this week after it was revealed that a College GameDay snafu stopped Ohio State from pursuing him.

Jamaree Salyer, a five-star offensive guard, picked Georgia over Clemson. His commitment pretty much ensures that the Bulldogs will have one of the top classes in the country this year.

Jackson Carman, a five-star offensive tackle, chose Clemson over Ohio State and USC. He was a huge get for Dabo Swinney & Co.

Eyabi Anoma, a five-star defensive end, announced he's heading to Alabama.

Cade Mays, a five-star offensive tackle, announced that he's headed to Georgia.

KJ Henry, a five-star defensive end, picked Clemson over Alabama and a number of other top schools.