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Signing Day 2007 has come and gone, but there's still plenty of coverage here on RaiderPower.

Signing Day 2007 has come and gone. Texas Tech landed a talented class and addressed many of the needs they had to fill. With the climactic day that is Signing Day now past us, you may be wondering what's in store for the next few months.

Next up on the horizon for football is spring practice. RaiderPower.com is the undisputed leader in providing the most in-depth and accurate analysis of the Red Raider football team as you will find. Our coverage is second to none, and we will have multiple people out at each practice to get the latest starting lineup projections, interviews from coaches and players, injury updates, and much, much more. The first day of spring practice is only 39 days away and we're already making preparations to ensure that you won't miss a second of the action.

As always, we will be covering next year's recruiting class even though signing day 2008 is still a year away. Recruiting never stops, so we here at RaiderPower never stop. The Red Raiders have already picked up a commitment from highly touted quarterback Seth Doege, and we will bring you the newest additions to the 2007 class as they come about.

Throughout 2006 we have assembled a tremendous team here at RaiderPower. Nick Dorsey's basketball scouting reports have become a staple in Texas Tech coverage. We have brought on experienced sports writer Russell Smith to cover the 2007 Texas Tech baseball season. And last but not least, we hired on Mitchell Fish to cover the Red Raider football team.

As you can see, we are continually building on our past success here at RaiderPower. We have grown over 35% in the past year alone and we couldn't have done it without all the dedicated Red Raider fans out there. There is no better place to interact with other Texas Tech fans then right here on the RaiderPower Forums with it's over 16,000 registered members. We thank all of you for making RaiderPower.com what it is today: the most visited website for Texas Tech sports news.


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