Today marks the start of college baseball's early signing period, during which colleges can officially sign prospects in the high school class of 2011 to national letters of intent. Signing day in baseball is less exciting than it is in football and basketball, partly because there can be a greater element of surprise in those other sports, and largely because many of the top signees in baseball will never set foot on campus, instead opting to sign pro contracts out of high school.
Many schools will not announce their classes until the signing period ends next week, at which time we'll unveil our usual early signing period coverage—a chart with commitments for our top 100 high school prospects, and a full analysis.
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