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MaxPreps is your source for National Signing Day information this season, nationwide and in New Jersey.
The activity and suspense from the day has just about wrapped up and New Jersey can lay claim to 54 recruits who signed National Letters of Intent. There are also four more who are still committed but have not signed.
Visit our New Jersey National Signing Day
page to see the names, rankings and high schools of all the New Jersey players who signed or did not sign Wednesday. You can sort by division as well, breaking things down to even smaller levels.
Here are some fun facts from what went down on National Signing Day in New Jersey:
- Rutgers was able to keep 16 recruits in state, including a pair of 4-stars in St. John-Vianney (Holmdel)
T/DL Micah Clark
and Cedar Creek (Egg Harbor City)
SB/CB Bo Melton
- Penn State inked two top recruits in 4-star Hun (Princeton)
DL/OL Fred Hansard
and 3-star Paramus Catholic (Paramus)
DE/DT Corey Bolds
- Three recruits committed to the Naval Academy, led by 3-star Paramus Catholic G/T Peter Nestrowitz
, and one to West Point.
- St. Joseph Regional (Montvale)
3-star recruits RB Louis Acceus
and OL Joshua Fedd-Jackson
joined to sing with North Carolina State.