Class of 2023 National Signing Day Coverage

Class of 2023 National Signing Day Coverage
by TopDrawerSoccer
November 9, 2022

The Signing window for the class of 2023 is now officially open.

This year's coverage of National Signing Day is presented by IMG Academy. As the men's and women's college season reaches tournament time, a new class is set to make it official for next year.

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2023 National Signing Day Coverage

8 a.m. -- First off the mark (or at least one of the first) is Michigan State's first two signees. The women's soccer program had a great season and is prepping for this weekend's tournament. Sam Miller and Adelle Francis are the two names to have signed their NLI and one of the first over the line. That also includes one of the first international additions for next year: Canada youth international Renee Watson.

9:20 a.m. -- The photo gallery for 2023 is live. Don't forget to send us your photos today.

10 a.m. -- ACC tournament champions and No. 1 overall seed maintained a high level under Brian Pensky in 2022. The program confirmed one of its top additions for 2023 in Amelia Van Zanten, a Top 20 recruit from Eclipse.

10:30 a.m. -- Pacey midfielder Jackson Herbert is set to put pen to paper for Akron. The dynamic central mid should help bolster the Zips presence in the middle of the park.

11 a.m. -- Highly rated forward Tyler Schommer has penned his NLI to play at Denver. The Pios are always a threat in the Summit League and Schommer should only add to their attacking quality. 

11:45 a.m. -- Purdue is the latest team to unveil its wave of signees. The Boilermakers have announced four players so far: Lauren Adam, Charlotte Huggard, Lida Dodge and Cassidy Brown. After Purdue spent 2022 retooling, the quartet — and more to come — should start the Boilermakers' next Big Ten push.

12 p.m. -- One of Meg Ryan Nemzer's first big gets is headed to College Park, Maryland. Outside back Kennedy Bell of Charlotte SA will join the Terrapins' ranks as the second year head coach looks to build her first Maryland team.

12:30 p.m. -- US women's international Alyssa Thompson has officially sealed her commitment to Stanford. Thompson, a pacey and technical winger, should be an integral part of Stanford's latest wave of exciting underclassmen. She's pipped for a big future in the pro game and will be one to watch for the Cardinal in the interim. 

12:45 p.m. -- One of Oklahoma's top talents has elected to stay at home, with Lauren Hoefer pledging the next four years to the Sooners. The forward/midfielder has the athleticism and finishing chops to star in the Big 12. It's also heartening to see a Tulsa star stay in state. 

1 p.m. -- Texas A&M has revealed its 2023 class. It features seven newcomers, including six Texas natives. But Florida native Grace Ivey could be the biggest coup. The midfielder, hailing from Jacksonville, was named Gatorade Florida High School Player of the Year, and is a top 100 recruit for TopDrawerSoccer.

1:30 p.m. -- No. 26 recruit in the nation Sydney Watts has penned her NLI to play for Vanderbilt. The midfielder has been a fixture in US YNT camps, and has starred at the club level for Sporting Blue Valley SC. She's a massive coup for the Commodores.

2 p.m. -- Colorado has rolled out a strong recruiting class, including highly touted newcomers from Arizona and California. Jamie Campbell is the big get. The LAFC So Cal goalkeeper is among the best netminders in the nation — and could be in line to start immediately.  

2:15 p.m. -- Union academy product Anthony Ramirez has committed to High Point. The midfielder/forward was a fixture for Union II in MLS Next Pro in 2021. A dual national, Ramirez has also been a regular for the El Salvador youth national team. The Panthers are getting an exciting young talent. 

2:30 p.m. -- Both Rutgers and Arkansas have revealed their recruiting classes. The Scarlet Knights have kept state borders closed, luring in some of the best players from New Jersey. The Razorbacks' class is more expansive, with two top Canadian recruits, as well as players from Texas, Georgia and Virginia. Both teams have retooled for another big run. 

3 p.m. -- Mississippi State has brought in five players as part of their 2023 class. It has a strong southern influence, with arrivals hailing from Texas, South Carolina and Mississippi. 

3:30 p.m. -- Notre Dame has enjoyed one of its best regular seasons in recent memory. And the Irish has brought in a recruiting class that can build on this year's success. They announced seven players, including three top 100 recruits. Chief among them is promising midfielder Isabella Leonard — who has shown promise for Utah Royals. 

4 p.m. -- Texas Tech welcomes six new faces to Ludlow, Texas. It's a group full of attacking talent, one certain to bring goals to a Texas Tech side that could do with a little more punch. Storie Sexton is one to watch. A pacey striker with a sound goalscoring record, she could be in line to contribute early. 

4:15 p.m. -- Marquette has revealed three signings, including Brazilian keeper Renan Salum. The Sao Paolo native has extensive experience in pro academies and should add to Marquette's growing international contingent. 

4:30 p.m. -- A handful of promising recruits have penned their recruitment this afternoon. ECNL all-conference Midfielder Jadyn Holdenried officially committed to Washington. Midfielder Madison Nichols opted to play at Army. And ECNL National Player of the Year Reagan Kotschau signed her NLI for Washington State. 

5 p.m. -- Kansas State unveiled 12 recruits ahead of the 2023 season. There's talent in the large class, with a strong midwestern influence. It should help offset a large contingent of seniors departing. 

5:15 p.m. -- Top 100 forward Tatum Short has signed a NLI to play at Clemson. A dynamic attacking threat, Short should add some firepower to an ever-improving Clemson side. 

5:45 p.m. -- Samantha Bohon's first class at Florida features some talent. The Gators have picked up valuable talent across three positions, and appear well set up to retool in a tricky SEC conference next year.

6 p.m. -- Wake Forest announced the recruitment of US YNT goalkeeper Valentina Amaral. The Florida Kraze product is a top five goalie in the nation, and started for the US at the U17 World Cup last summer. She's a massive coup for the Demon Deacons.

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