According to CaneSport.com, Grace said he chose Miami because he can "have my friends come see me play and the education (is great) and to play with Malcolm (Lewis), Tracy Howard and those guys I grew up with. ... being able to stay home, come home for Sunday dinners and be able to see my friends whenever I wanted, that was a great decision for me."
1:55 p.m.: Four-star defensive tackle goes with Seminoles
Strongside defensive end Dee Liner, who de-committed from Auburn last month, announced that he will attend Alabama.
The four-star Liner is 61st in the Rivals100 and the seventh-rated player at his position. He is also the third-ranked player from the state of Alabama, and his decision gives the Crimson Tide a sweep of the top five players in the state.
Liner de-committed from Auburn in mid-January after his visit to Tuscaloosa.
1:01 p.m.: Coley picks Miami
Four-star wide receiver Stacy Coley, who ranks 111th in the Rivals250, announced that he will sign with Miami.
"Obviously, they have a great coaching staff in Jim Mora and the guys they hired under him," said Woulard, who chose the Bruins over Clemson and Kentucky. "Also, for what I want to accomplish after college, it's a great opportunity for networking."
Woulard said he wants to major in mass communications.
At 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds from Winter Park (Fla.) High, Woulard is the No. 5 dual-threat QB in the nation. He ranks 141st in the Rivals250.
While Laremy Tunsil has drawn comparisons to D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Ole Miss fans could more than welcome a second version of Michael Oher.
The five-star offensive tackle from Lake City (Fla.) Columbia made his announcement on national television, saying he was excited to head to the SEC program.
Many, including Bulldogs pledge Brandon Kublanow, expected the 6-foot-6, 295-pound tackle to be a Georgia announcement.
"I was really shocked," Kublanow said. "Me and him have a pretty good relationship, and I've pretty much talked with him a ton this past couple of months, and he seemed locked into coming here (to UGA)."
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10:14 a.m.: Bell goes for Ohio State
The No. 4-ranked safety in the Rivals100 is headed north. Vonn Bell of Ridgeland (Ga.) Rossville made it known that he will play his college football at Ohio State over Alabama and Tennessee.
Tennessee was given the last visit, but ultimately it came down to relationships with the staff and Bell's belief in Urban Meyer.
"Coach Meyer is my boy, man," Bell said. "He is really a player's coach kind of guy. He's real close to his players, just seeing how their life is and helping them with any problems. He is always behind them and showing that he cares for them. He did the same thing at Florida; he always has a friendship with his players like later on down the road."
After an undefeated season in Columbus, Meyer may have locked up the No. 2 spot in the Rivals.com team rankings.
Rivals250 offensive lineman Denver Kirkland was the center of a controversy surrounding his commitment in the days leading up to National Signing Day as Miami coach Al Golden offered him an ultimatum to commit or lose his offer.
The Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington elected not to give his pledge and then spurned the school by committing to Arkansas on Wednesday morning.
The No. 166-ranked player in the nation was a major gain for the Arkansas class of Bret Bielema and was aided largely by the relationship between Razorbacks assistant Randy Shannon and high school coach Tim "Ice" Harris.
Lithonia (Ga.) Martin Luther King offensive lineman Joshua Outlaw made his decision early on signing day, and the three-star selected Texas Tech.
Outlaw had been believed to be a favorite to head to Oklahoma after de-committing from Florida, but the 6-foot-4, 290-pound lineman became the first major victory for Kliff Kingsbury on the recruiting trail.
Outlaw had been silent with the media over the last few weeks of the process as he chose among Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas Tech.
Major attention on National Signing Day is generally reserved for top-tier players, but Tennessee coaches are very happy to land three-star defensive end Jaylen Miller from Gaffney (S.C.) High.
Miller was a hotly recruited player in the region with near 20 offers and many major colleges looking to secure his services.
The last time on the field, Miller made analysts notice his play at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
Rivals.com regional analyst Woody Wommack wrote of the player, "The thing that stood out most about Miller on Monday was his explosiveness off the line. He was halfway in the backfield before opposing offensive linemen got their hands on him. Miller has deceptive strength, is physical and showed a good rip move to beat the opposition."
The top-ranked fullback in the country has chosen a new home -- Miami.
Augustus Edwards of Staten Island (N.Y.) Tottenville had been a Syracuse commitment since July but the surprising departure of Doug Marrone to the NFL reopened the recruiting process for Edwards.
At 6-foot-1 and 222-pounds, Edwards is listed as the No. 4 player in the state of New York and a three-star prospect overall.
His season totals of 1,411 yards and 16 scores impressed Rivals.com national recruiting analyst Mike Farrell.
"(He) is a tall back who plays a bit upright, but he's clearly a very good athlete. He catches the ball naturally, and he has a gliding speed about him that makes him appear to be running with little effort."