National Signing Day, college football's marquee offseason date took place on Wednesday, with some of the top high school recruits in the country determining which program they will play college football for.
National Signing Day is a circus, of sorts, with coaches shucking and jiving to get recruits to flip at the last moment, and high schoolers going out of their way to garner attention like they've never seen before.
But one of the best aspects of National Signing Day is rather simple: The names.
There are over 110 FBS-level football teams and over 50 players per team, which means a lot of player names. With every passing eyar, we get a new batch of ridiculously named recruits.
Here is what we got for 2017.
Before we get to the FBS-level, we have to point out three names from the FCS ranks.
Kobe Buffalomeat, OL - Illinois State: KOBE BUFFALOMEAT. There are great names, and then there is this. Families don't have much say in a last name, and when you're given "Buffalomeat" as a last name, you roll with it. Naming your son Kobe is the definition of rolling with it.
Ye'Majesty Sanders, OL - Jacksonville State: Add this to the list of all-time greats like Captain Munnerlyn, Admiral Schofield, and SirValiant Brown. This is a football player that is always greeted with respect.
Octavius Pringle, DT - Coastal Carolina: He's got a first name of a Bond movie villain and a last name of a potato chip brand. This is good parenting.
And with that, meet the National Signing Day 2017 All-Name Team.
Briggs Bourgeois, K - Southern Mississippi
Trevor Brohard, LB - New Mexico State: Brohard or brohome. That's what I always say.
Jaeger Bull, TE - Rice: How is he not a fullback? This is the most fullback name of all time.
LaTrell Bumphus, DE - Tennessee
K'Lavon Chaisson, DE - LSU
DeeJay Dallas, CB - Miami: The last thing Miami needs in another DJ.
Fa'avae Fa'avae, LB - Washington State: A Fa'name so nice, they Fa'named him twice.
WyDale Flott & Bubba Fludd, CBs - Southern Mississippi: The next generation of Conference USA shutdown corners OR rogue squadron Leaders in the next Star Wars movie.
Hezekiah Grimsley, WR - Virginia Tech
Addison Gumbs, DE - Oklahoma
Griffin Hammer, TE - Colorado State
Kendarian Handy-Holly, DB - Minnesota
Mac Hippenhammer, WR - Penn State
My-King Johnson, DE - Arizona: Not to be confused with Your-King Jackson.
Cutter Leftwich, OL - UTEP
Deommodore Lenoir, CB - Oregon - It's not a real first name and it rhymes. +1 for creativity.
Rocky Lombardi, QB - Michigan State: Deceptive speed. Son of coach. Full of intangibles. Gymrat.
Dazz Newsome, CB - North Carolina
Kalil Pimpleton, WR - Virginia Tech
Charleston Rambo, WR - Oklahoma
Rutger Reitmaier, DT - Oregon: At least he doesn't go to Rutgers. So there's that.
Savon Scarver, WR - Utah State
Osiris St. Brown, WR - Stanford: Chose the Cardinal over playing under the shadow of brother Equinameous at Notre Dame. No, I didn't just make that up.
Ameer Speed, CB - Georgia: Thank goodness he's a cornerback. You can't be an an offensive lineman if your last name is Speed.
John Stamos, LB - Navy: Future Admiral First Class Uncle Jesse
Lyndarious Strange, DB - Louisville
Cordavien Suggs, OL - Mississippi State
Luiji Vilain, DE - Michigan: If his name isn't pronounced "Luigi Villain," we've all lost.
D'Najee Whosendove, ATH - TBD: When your last name is WHOSENDOVE, it doesn't matter what your first name.