National Signing Day is filled with thousands of stories of players signing at colleges which aren't a part of the Power Five fraternity.
While Spring Valley's Channing Tindall is headed to such a program in Georgia, his quarterback, Quincy Hill, is headed to South Carolina State. The Viking teammates took part in National Signing Day and the ceremony was just as important for a Georgia Bulldog as it was for an S.C. State Bulldog.
At Dutch Fork High School, five members of the Class 5A state championship football team put their signatures on their letters of intent. Two of the five are headed to Newberry College as strong safety Alex Smith and linebacker Blake Branham will be a package deal for Todd Knight and the Newberry coaches.
Newberry also signed a pair of Airport football players in long snapper Justin Rivers and lineman Collyn Richardson. Of course, the Wolves racked up big time at Newberry High School as one of the state's top running backs, Amir Abrams led a parade of signees for the Wolves as the Newberry coaches continue to mine the Midlands for some players they think can help them return to the top of the South Atlantic Conference.