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The top February #NSD20 graphics and announcements from around college football

Every year, actually twice a year now since instituting the early national signing day, we bring you the best signing day announcements and graphics from around college football. Here's a look at the list we put together back during the early national signing period back in December.

As teams wrap up their signing classes, we wanted to highlight some schools that stand out and have found a creative way to announce their latest additions.

Got a handful of DM's and emails last night of schools hoping to make the list today, so without further ado, here's the ones that stood out to our staff today.

Who hasn't made the list you feel is deserving? Let me know via Twitter (@CoachSamz) or email me at doug@footballscoop.com

UTSA: 

New program led by first-year head coach Jeff Traylor doing drone shots of the home towns of recruits is a really nice touch.

Tennessee: The Vols not holding anything back with their approach, giving coaches and recruiters the opportunity to offer unique insight as commitments come in.

Tiffin (D-II - OH)
Creative approach here involving a phone and what looks to be a Spotify playlist selection

Emporia State (D-II - KS) Elon brough rought in their play by play announcer to do some voiceover work on the highlights of signees for a personal touch

Colorado State
New members of the Colorado State staff got to put their own stamp on their announcement

Oklahoma The Sooners always find a way to stand out. This year is no different

Georgia Tech:
Really like this from Georgia Tech

Iowa State While everyone else is celebrating their new additions on scholarship, the Cyclones and Matt Campbell found some time to tout their walk-on class

Missouri:
Mizzou definitely put a lot of work into these.

Missouri Western: Another D-II program with an interesting and creative approach

Marian (NAIA - IN)
Interesting approach from an NAIA program. Give kids a short script and let them shine on NSD.