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Where The No. 1 Recruit In Every State Is Going To College

A pylon with the SEC logo on it.

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 07: An 'SEC' logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Signing Day is here.

Today is National Signing Day. The remaining recruits are finalizing their college decisions, and taking the next step in their football careers.

As the nation's top recruits take to the national airwaves, and Twitter, to announce their commitments, recruiting classes begin to take shape. Georgia and Ohio State entered today in a huge battle for the No. 1 spot.

Georgia won out, by landing 5-star corner Tyson Campbell, and flipping linebackers Otis Reese (from Michigan) and Quay Walker (from Alabama). The Bulldogs locked up the No. 1 class with plenty of time to spare.

The nation's top two players come from the state of Georgia. Quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence (Clemson) and Justin Fields (Georgia) both signed in the early signing period.

Here's a look at where the top player from each state is committed.

  • Alabama - Justyn Ross, WR (Clemson)
  • Alaska - N/A
  • Arizona - Tyler Shough, QB (Oregon)
  • Arkansas - Gerry Bohanon, QB (Baylor)
  • California - Amon-Ra St. Brown (USC)
  • Colorado - Adrian Jackson, LB (Oregon)
  • Connecticut - Josh Jobe, CB (Alabama)
  • Delaware - Grahm Roberts, RB (Unsigned)
  • District of Columbia - Mychale Salahuddin, RB (Pitt)
  • Florida - Xavier Thomas , DE (Clemson)
  • Georgia - Trevor Lawrence, QB (Clemson)
  • Hawaii - Kana'i Mauga, LB (USC)
  • Idaho - Tommy Togiai, DT (Ohio State)
  • Illinois - Luke Ford, TE (Georgia)
  • Indiana - Emil Ekiyor, C (Alabama)
  • Iowa - John Waggoner, DE (Iowa)
  • Kansas - Jace Ruder, QN (North Carolina)
  • Kentucky - Rondale Moore, WR (Purdue)
  • Louisiana - Terrace Marshall, WR (LSU)
  • Maine - N/A
  • Maryland - Eyabi Anoma, DE (Alabama)
  • Massachusetts - Pat Freiermuth, TE (Penn State)
  • Michigan - Aidan Hutchinson, DE (Michigan)
  • Minnesota - David Alston, DE (Nebraska)
  • Mississippi - Malik Heath, WR (Mississippi State)
  • Missouri - Ronnie Perkins, DE (Oklahoma)
  • Montana - Gabe Sulser, WR (Montana)
  • Nebraska - Cameron Jurgens, TE (Nebraska)
  • Nevada - Palaie Gaoteote, LB (USC)
  • New Hampshire - New Hampshire, OT (Syracuse)
  • New Jersey - Justin Shorter, WR (Penn State)
  • New Mexico - Monroe Young, S (Cal)
  • New York - Jeremy Ruckert, TE (Ohio State)
  • North Carolina - Zamir White, RB (Georgia)
  • North Dakota - Bartholomew Ogbu, DE (North Dakota State)
  • Ohio - Jackson Carman, OT (Clemson)
  • Oklahoma - Brey Walker, OT (Oklahoma)
  • Oregon - Talanoa Hufanga, ATH (USC)
  • Pennsylvania - Micah Parsons, DE (Penn State)
  • Rhode Island - Jehlani Galloway, WR (Boston College)
  • South Carolina - Derion Kendrick, WR (Clemson)
  • South Dakota - Will Farniok, C (Nebraska)
  • Tennessee - Cade Mays, OT (Georgia)
  • Texas - Caden Sterns, S (Texas)
  • Utah - Penei Sewell, OG (Unsigned)
  • Vermont - N/A
  • Virginia - Ricky Slade, RB (Penn State)
  • Washington - Jacob Sirmon, QB (Washington)
  • West Virginia - Dante Stills, DE (WVU)
  • Wisconsin - Boyd Dietzen, DE (Wisconsin)
  • Wyoming - Blayne Baker, OT (Wyoming)

There you have it, the best player from every state, and where they'll be playing the college football in 2018.