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National Signing Day: Canes live recruiting updates

Good morning it's National Signing Day. 

Fax machines will begin receiving signed National Letters of Intent beginning at 7 a.m.

The Hurricanes have 26 commitments: nine early enrollees, one signee waiting to enroll and another 16 who have pledged to sign with them today. We will track all the action in this Cover-It-Live blog -- including when signed letters of intent become official at UM.

The Twitter accounts for 16 of UM's commitments have also been linked to the live blog. Those are: RB Joseph Yearby, WR Braxton Berrios, DT Calvin Heurtelou, DE Chad Thomas, DT Anthony Moten, DE Demetrius Jackson, DB Kai Hester, QB Brad Kaaya, TE Chris Herndon, DE Mike Smith, DB Marques Gayot, WR Darrell Langham, TE David Njoku, DT Michael Wyche, QB Malik Rosier and WR Tyre Brady.

The blog will feature Twitter feeds from UM's official account (@hurricanesports), those of our reporters and others out on the scene to cover announcements live, and links to other blog items, video and analysis as it comes in.

While this blog will remain at the top of today's blog there will be individual news items posted throughout the day below it. You will see links to those items in the Cover-It-Live feed.

Below this I'll include a timeline of events as the day progresses.

SIGNING DAY TIMELINE

> 7 a.m.: Signed National Letters of Intent begin being received at colleges throughout the country.

> 8 a.m.: Immokalee CB J.C. Jackson is set to announce his decision and will choose between the Hurricanes and Florida Gators.

> 9 a.m.: National champion Miami Booker T. Washington will host its Signing Day ceremony. UM commitments Chad Thomas and Demetrius Jackson are expected to stay with Miami. Quarterback Treon Harris will choose between FSU, UF, UM and Auburn.

> 10:30 a.m.: Former Hurricanes commitment and All-American defensive tackle Travonte Valentine is set to choose between UM and LSU.

> 3:30 p.m.: A Hurricanes National Signing Day show hosted by UM radio personalities Joe Zagacki and Don Bailey Jr. will air live on FoxSports Florida.

> 4 p.m.: Coach Al Golden will address the media in a Signing Day press conference. UM will have interviews with assistant coaches and Golden throughout the day as Letters of Intent arrive on HurricaneSports.com.

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Go Canes !!

Come on Travonte. Its all about this U and brining us back national championships. Big games are played in the ACC as well- and nothing likeplaying in front of your hometown fans during home games. Bring the glory back to the UM Defensive line!

Thank you to all the commits who are already enrolled and thank you to the commits whose hearts are for The U....And will be signing today. Good luck with your education and career.

What was with Thomas`s tweet?

Manny Navarro ✔ @Manny_Navarro
#Canes reportedly swing and miss at Immokalee CB J.C. Jackson as he opts to stick with #UF http://bit.ly/Ly9NKh
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Poor fellow, he chose.... poorly.

UMCanes02, which tweet? The one in the live updates with just boxes?

Already have reeled in 20 of the 26 on our list.

http://recruiting.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=9&c=8&toinid=673&yr=2014

And with Kaaya saying he has signed, that is 21, and proof that Rick and his other IDs were wrong, wrong, wrong.

JC Jackson- ALL GATOR
[]_[] lose

Brandon Powell- ALL GATOR
[]_[] lose

CJ Worton- ALL GATOR
[]_[] lose

Manny Navarro ✔ @Manny_Navarro
Top five #Canes recruits in my opinion: 1. Chad Thomas, 2. Brad Kaaya, 3. Kc McDermott, 4. Joe Yearby, 5. Trevor Darling
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I would put Moten ahead of Darling, but still a solid list.

4-8 record and a dismal offense, transfers left and right - ALL GATOR
F.U. loses, 21-16, to the REAL []_[].

Glad uf got some players because they need them. 21-16, and we aren't even good. What's that make u?

Valentine is a miss but it seems like we did all we could.

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