Follow live for the latest Georgia news on National Signing Day.
4:07 p.m.: Georgia has apparently added a place-kicker via graduate transfer. Former Wofford specialist David Marvin announced he accepted a full scholarship to the Bulldogs, although no paperwork has been announced by the program. While Marvin is joining the program, the Bulldogs did not land defensive back Jamyest Williams or receiver Nico Collins.
2:22 p.m.: During Kirby Smart's signing day news conference, he was told Latavious Brini's letter-of-intent has come in.
2:01 p.m.: Georgia added a third cornerback to its class with Latavious Brini committing to the Bulldogs. Brini joins Eric Stokes and Ameer Speed as corners who committed on National Signing Day.
Noon: Jaden Hunter's national letter-of-intent is in. That means every prospect committed to Georgia prior to Wednesday has signed and is officially a part of the program. Georgia has 25 signees at this point and could potentially sign two more.
11:28 a.m.: According to Dawgs247's Kipp Adams, Crisp County pass-rusher Markaviest Bryant has committed to Auburn. In doing so, he chose the Tigers over Georgia and LSU. This is a huge blow for the Bulldogs as Bryant was a very coveted player for this class.
11:05 a.m.: Towers defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt's national letter-of-intent is officially in. Only Jaden Hunter is left to send his in.
11 a.m.: All of Georgia's offensive linemen have submitted their letters-of-intent. D'Antne Demery's has been faxed in, leaving only two players needing to do so. Those two would be linebacker Jaden Hunter and defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt.
10:50 a.m.: Georgia just received its letter-of-intent from Cedar Grove offensive guard Justin Shaffer. Shaffer joins high school teammate Netori Johnson in college.
10:31 a.m.: Georgia is waiting on four players previously committed to fax in their national letters-of-intent. Those are offensive lineman Justin Shaffer, linebacker Jaden Hunter, defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt and offensive lineman D'Antne Demery.
10:28 a.m.: Five-star offensive lineman Aubrey Solomon chose Michigan over Alabama, Georgia and USC. A lot of people thought he was going to Alabama so this is somewhat of a slight surprise. But he was previously committed to Michigan, so it does make sense for Solomon to go back to his initial decision.
10:16 a.m.: Four-star linebacker Walter Grant's national letter-of-intent is now in. Grant brings Georgia's total to 15 for the day and 21 total.
10:03 a.m.: 6-foot-5 receiver Matt Landers has filed his paperwork with UGA and is now an official member of the recruiting class of 2017. Georgia has 14 players who have signed Wednesday, in addition to the six who enrolled early and are on campus.
9:55 a.m.: Aubrey Solomon, who has Georgia in his final four, will now announce his decision at 10:25 a.m. He was initially expected to announce at 9:45 a.m. It will be televised on ESPNU. The other schools in consideration are Alabama, Michigan and USC, with Alabama the presumed favorite.
9:50 a.m.: Another Georgia offensive lineman has faxed his NLI in. This time it's Cedar Grove's Netori Johnson, who committed to Georgia on April 19, 2016.
9:43 a.m.: Mary Persons linebacker Malik Herring, Vidalia linebacker Nate McBride and Poly Prep (Brooklyn, New York) faxed their letters-of-intent to give Georgia 12 for the day so far.
9:06 a.m.: Junior college prospect Larrell Murchison's decision has been delayed, Louisburg College has announced. He was originally scheduled to announce at 9 a.m. Murchison is down to Georgia and Mississippi.
Signing delayed for Louisburg College's All-American, Larrell Murchison; stay tuned. #gocanes— Louisburg College (@WeAreLouisburg) February 1, 2017
8:55 a.m.: Eric Stokes has sent in his national letter-of-intent. That gives Georgia 10 players who have already sent their paperwork in. Combine that with the six early-enrollees and 15 out of 25 commits are now official.
8:47 a.m.: It didn't take long for Sandalwood (Jacksonville, Florida) cornerback Ameer Speed to send his paperwork in. Speed faxed his letter-of-intent in shortly after committing to Georgia.
8:43 a.m.: Georgia simply ran out of spots down the stretch. Otherwise, Leonard Warner Jr. very easily could have been in its class of 2017. As a result, Warner is now committed to Florida State. He chose the Seminoles over Georgia, Georgia Tech and Stanford.
8:34 a.m. The American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) pipeline will not continue to Georgia this year. Offensive lineman Tedarrell Slaton has chosen Florida over Georgia. Slaton attended the high school former receiver Isaiah McKenzie and current running back Sony Michel went to.
8:33 a.m.: Four-star pass-rusher Robert Beal has faxed in his national letter-of-intent. There was some speculation as to whether Beal would still be in Georgia's class over the past few days, although Beal had been quick to point out he was a solid commit.
8:29 a.m.: Sandalwood (Jacksonville, Florida) cornerback Ameer Speed just announced his commitment to Georgia. Speed is a three-star prospect who chose the Bulldogs over Virginia Tech.
8:17 a.m.: Dawson athlete Tray Bishop has now faxed his national letter-of-intent to Georgia. Bishop was previously committed to Auburn as a quarterback but flipped after the Tigers welcomed in transfer Jarrett Stidham. Bishop is projected to be a defensive back at Georgia.
8:15 a.m.: Georgia picked up its first uncommitted prospect of the day. Eastside (Covington) cornerback Eric Stokes chose Georgia over Mississippi, the school he was previously thought to be heading.
8:13 a.m.: Right after Georgia announced Andrew Thomas' NLI, his Pace Academy teammate, receiver Trey Blount, was announced as a signee. That means five of Georgia's letters-of-intent are now in.
8:12 a.m.: Pace Academy offensive lineman Andrew Thomas has faxed his national letter-of-intent in. Thomas is a part of quite possibly the best offensive line class in the country and is the first lineman who isn't an early-enrollee to send his paperwork in.
7:52 a.m.: The third letter-of-intent to come through is from Hapeville Charter cornerback William Poole. A 6-foot, 181-pound cornerback, Poole has been committed to Georgia since last year's G-Day game.
7:49 a.m.: Georgia's first two letters-of-intent are in and they come by the way of Pennsylvania. Receiver Mark Webb Jr. and running back D'Andre Swift have faxed their letters in. Swift was seen as someone who hadn't wavered but Penn State made a strong push on Webb late. The Bulldogs are certainly happy Webb decided to stay.
7:48 a.m.: Welcome to The Telegraph's live blog for National Signing Day, coming to you from Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall in Athens. Here, you can find the latest with which Georgia recruits have signed their national letters-of-intent and which ones are down to a final decision. To find out what to expect, check out Brandon Sudge's preview written Tuesday.