As signing day approaches for high school football players, two standout athletes are considering their college options. Anthony McPartlin from DeMatha Catholic in Washington DC is still weighing his choices despite missing most of his senior season due to a broken leg. Maryland, Miami, and Alabama are all vying for his commitment as he believes he can become the best running back in the nation. On the other hand, James Robinson, a five-star wide receiver from Lakeland High School in Florida, is attracting attention from top colleges. With his athleticism and dedication to physical preparation, schools like Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss, Clemson, and Oklahoma are all in the running for his commitment. In Los Angeles, Joseph Lewis, another five-star receiver from the successful Augustus Hawkins program, remains undecided on his college choice. Known for his intense work ethic and competitive drive, Lewis sets high standards for himself. His talents have caught the attention of multiple colleges, and it remains to be seen which program he will choose for his collegiate career. These three talented high school football players are on the brink of making life-changing decisions, and the anticipation is high as signing day approaches.