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College football signing day: Live updates and links

Head coach Mark Stoops recently completed his fourth season at Kentucky, leading the Wildcats to the TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla., on New Year’s Eve.
Head coach Mark Stoops recently completed his fourth season at Kentucky, leading the Wildcats to the TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla., on New Year’s Eve. AP

Stay with Kentucky.com throughout college football’s national signing day on Wednesday as our team of reporters provides live updates and analysis.

Kentucky headed into signing day with 24 players signed or committed, including seven who have already enrolled in classes. By noon, UK had signed all 24 of those prospects.

Jennifer Smith is posting bios of every new UK player on her blog as the signings become official.

UK finished the 2016 season with a 7-6 record, winning seven of its final 10 regular-season games before falling to Georgia Tech in the TaxSlayer Bowl.

Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops was scheduled to address the media in an early-afternoon news conference to discuss Wednesday’s signing class.

Here are some additional links to Wednesday’s football recruiting coverage in the Herald-Leader and on Kentucky.com.

Below that, you can follow Twitter comments from our team of reporters throughout the day.

Lynn Bowden will add something new to ‘Wildcat’ package

Javonte Richardson stayed loyal to UK, and he could end up in the NFL

Joshua Paschal the perfect blend of speed and power

Five-star lineman Jedrick Wills signs with Alabama despite late push by UK

Lonnie Johnson can play all over secondary, but he knows ‘where the money is’

Marrow’s persistence paid off with four-star QB’s commitment to UK

Ex-Cat David Jones inspired Austin Dotson’s dream of playing for UK

Can Walker Wood give UK a Johnny Manziel-like ‘gunslinger’ at QB?

New UK receiver toughed it out at summer camp to earn coaches’ respect.

In Belfry’s Austin Dotson, UK football gets a pancake (block) maker

Newest UK running back Koback bouncing back from horrific leg injury

Danny Clark brings positive energy (and a big arm) to UK football

6-foot-7 defensive lineman from Nigeria joins UK’s 2017 recruiting class

Spreadsheet to signee: A look at how Kentucky constructs a recruiting class

Video interviews with the 2017 early enrollees

How UK football built one of the program’s best recruiting classes.

Stay up to date every day with all the latest recruiting headlines on our Next Cats page.

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