Tuesday college football recruit announcements schedule: Kylie Fitts, Andrew Billings headline

UCLA to benefit from USC's decision? - Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Monday saw a five-star linebacker commit to Alabama as his Auburn tattoo made an appearance. Can you top that, Tuesday?

One day before National Signing Day, a handful of college football recruits are set to announce their commitments.

The story of the night will be four-star defensive end Kylie Fitts' selection. Fitts was a USC commit until Lane Kiffin elected to defer his scholarship in favor of early enrollee Leon McQuay III, which led Fitts to reopen his recruiting. Trojan archrivals Notre Dame and UCLA stepped in with pitches, and now we've got ourselves an announcement party.

As always, this is a living document, so if we've missed somebody, please let us know:

Elsewhere, Kentucky's class, which already ranks a respectable (considering the coaching change and, well, being Kentucky) No. 43 in 247's composite rankings, could get boosts on both Tuesday and Wednesday, with running back Ryan Timmons potentially becoming a future Wildcat on Tuesday.

I'm saying, though. Kentucky's making Signing Day hype videos now:

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