Bleacher Report helped Daelin Hayes produce a slickly edited video when he chose Notre Dame in 2015.
Isaiah Crowell had a super-cute friend help him decide on the Georgia Bulldogs in 2011.
Building on Crowell's announcement idea in principal if not in adorability, George Brown Jr. declared his intention to sign with the University of Florida by whipping out a live incarnation of the school's Gator mascot.
In 2008, Nevada prospect Kevin Hart announced his decision between Cal and Oregon before a packed gym. The only problem: Neither school recruited him, let alone offered him a scholarship. He made the whole thing up.
Cordell Broadus got a cameo from father Snoop Dogg for his announcement, during which he chose UCLA over Dad’s favorite team (USC) last season. Broadus eventually quit football to focus on other passions.
Before signing with Alabama in 2009, Dre Kirkpatrick chose his intended alma mater from a hat in a bag … which was sealed in a box … which was wrapped in a garbage bag … which a family member pulled out of a duffel bag ... which was slammed on the table during his ESPN-televised announcement ceremony.
Eventual Arkansas signee Alex Collins’ decision caused some controversy when his own mother -- who wanted him to attend the hometown University of Miami -- ran off with the signing papers in 2013.
In 2015, Chris Warren convened a press conference at his high school, loaded it with eager friends, family, fellow students and administrators, and based the biggest decision of his life on the flip of a coin. The heads side won Texas a running back over the University of Washington.
After being asked at the last minute to "grayshirt" (defer enrolling full time to make room for another scholarship player), Darius Philon nearly had a breakdown while deciding on the spot whether to choose the Crimson Tide or Arkansas. After putting his head down on the table in anguish, the pained prospect chose Bama. Then he actually signed with the Razorbacks.