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Christmas comes early: Early signing period megathread

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Bronco fans don’t have to wring their hands throughout the recruiting dead period for the first time this year as verbal commits can now opt to sign their letters-of-intent starting today (through Friday). If they miss this window, they can always sign on “traditional” National Signing Day on February 7th. The good news for Bronco Nation is that it looks like the lion’s share of known verbal commits have or will be signing today and removing all doubt as to their college destinations. We’ll update this thread throughout the day as letters pour stick around and we’ll discuss the 2018 recruiting class. Who’s in? Who’s out? Who will we be targeting for February?

UPDATE 2: Another real surprise (and a nice one, at that) as the Broncos sign a FIFTH wide receiver...former Oregon State commit Cameron Thomas (6’4” 200 lbs). The Texas wideout was the last commit in the door and only announced his de-commitment from the Beavers last night. Rypien and his successor are going to have a lot of targets to choose from.

UPDATE: LB Poly defensive back Tyric LeBeauf joins the class. Was not a previously known commit. Nice pickup for the Broncos as he has very good size for a CB (6’3” 170 lbs) and had offers from Arizona, Colorado, Colorado State, Hawaii, Rutgers, San José State, Utah, WSU, and Wyoming.

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