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MaxPreps is your source for National Signing Day information this season, nationwide and in California.
The activity and suspense from the day has just about wrapped up and California can lay claim to 277 recruits who signed National Letters of Intent. There are also 22 more who are still committed but have not signed.
Visit our California National Signing Day
page to see the names, rankings and high schools of all the California players who signed or did not sign Wednesday. You can sort by section as well, breaking things down to even smaller levels.
Here are some fun facts from what went down on National Signing Day in California:
- It should come as little surprise that the Southern Section dominates when it comes to signees, with 150. Here is the section by section breakdown: Southern 150, North Coast 31, Sac-Joaquin 28, San Diego 24, Los Angeles 15, Central Coast 12, Central 10, Northern 4, Oakland 3.
- And it should come as little surprise that Mater Dei (Santa Ana) leads the state with six signees. Perhaps surprising is Vista Murrieta with six, though not all of the Broncos were straight out of high school (Coltin Gerhart is technically a transfer). Next up with five is Cathedral (Los Angeles). Moorpark also has five with four signees and one committed to Navy, which doesn't take National Letters of Intent on Signing Day.
- Want another surprise? De La Salle only had one signee. Running back/cornerback Tre White signed with San Jose State.
- Speaking of San Jose State, wow. Nobody else came close to signing more California-bred players than the Spartans, with 21.
- After SJSU, the next most prolific school with signing California kids is a tie at 13 with San Diego State and USC. Arizona signed 12, and with 11 are UCLA, Oregon, Nevada, Hawaii, UNLV and Fresno State.
- The conference with the most California signees? The Mountain West, by a small margin. The MWC signed 107 California players, beating out the Pac-12 with 100. Third place goes to the Big 12 with 14 signees, then 12 for the Big Ten and Conference USA.