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Over a year of hard work on the recruiting trail for the Wake Forest coaching staff will pay off today, National Signing Day. Wake Forest signed will sign 17-18 student-athletes to become members of Demon Deacon football program...

DeaconSports has extensive and exclusive coverage of Signing Day '10 as football recruits officially join the Demon Deacon family.

Three football prospects from the class of 2010, Antonio Ford, Zachary Allen, and Jonathan Garcia, enrolled at Wake Forest in January (as did 2009 signees Logan Feimster, Daniel Vogelsang, and Patrick Thompson) and Wake Forest expects to officially sign more than a dozen more today, National Signing Day.

Coach Jim Grobe and his staff have put together an excellent class in 2010. With 17 total recruits (an 18th is expected) including 10 three star prospects, on paper, once again, this class could be the best Wake Forest class under Jim Grobe. Last year, Wake Forest signed more players but also brought in 10 three star players.

Additional Signing Day Resources (Click the player profiles on the commitment list linked below for bio information, prospect stories and exclusive video highlight reels):

Check back with DeaconSports as letters of intent come in for more on each individual commitment!


The Letter of Intent faxes will begin coming into the Wake Forest football office shortly after sunrise and continue into the afternoon. Coach Jim Grobe will scheduled a press conference for Wednesday afternoon to discuss Wake Forest's class with the media.


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