#NSD17 with #TXST a behind the scenes look at National Signing Day with the Bobcats

The Bobcats' NCAA compliance officer and coaches convene in the football office before the signing period started at 7 a.m.
And the first NLI off the fax machine rolled in at 7:03 a.m. ... It belonged to offensive lineman Anthony Mayes Jr.
A smile and handshake says it all as coach Ron Antoine and offensive coordinator Brett Elliott celebrate another game-changer on the offensive side of the ball.
A look inside the Bobcats "war room." Head coach Everett Withers is all smiles after confirmation of Sami Awad's signing.

The set before broadcasters Brant Freeman and Bill Culhane went live on TXSTATEBOBCATS.com for the Bobcats' National Signing Day show.

Screens, buttons and Switches make the show possible

The first guest of the day was Director of Player Personnel Michael George, who detailed the Bobcats' recruiting process.

The National Signing Day Show featured interviews with Texas State coaches, including offensive coordinator Brett Elliott and assistant head coach/defensive coordinator Randall McCray, along with an appearance by transfer quarterback Damian Williams.

The National Signing Day show culminated with head coach Everett Withers' remarks on the recruiting class.

Brant and Bill wrapped the show at 10 a.m., having introduced Bobcat Nation to all 25 signees.
Following the National Signing Day Show, head coach Everett Withers conducted a signing day press conference with media members of the greater San Marcos area.

The final event of the day was the Bobcat Club's annual National Signing Day Showcase, which featured head coach Everett Withers introducing the Bobcats' supporters to the 2017 class.

The top recruiting class in the #FunBelt
ESPN and Scout.com also ranked the Bobcats' class first in the Sun Belt.

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