Instagram Gallery: Top Commitment Pics for National Signing Day

Now that we’ve taken some time to learn about National Signing Day and analyzed our SwimSwam Index of Class of 2017 Commitments, it’s time to go through our favorite commitment pictures of this recruiting season so far.

Strike a Pose

Just committed to University of Minnesota… I'm pretty stoked.

A photo posted by Cale Berkoff (@cale_berkoff) on

Cale Berkoff, a Minnesota commit from Hellgate High School and Missoula Aquatic Club, may have scored our all-time favorite commitment picture with this breakdancer’s pose.

Photo courtesy of Julia Krueger

Photo courtesy of Julia Krueger

However, we’re also fans of this breezy nature shot from Marissa “Mo” Wolff of McFarland High School, a Kenyon commit.

Hair Game on Point

Committed! @byuswimdive

A photo posted by Brad Prolo (@bprosurf) on

Brad Prolo, a BYU commit from San Clemente High School, makes the list for his fresh hairdo.

Hanging with the Mascot

Photo courtesy of Sarah Thompson

Photo courtesy of Sarah Thompson

Now this one is a classic commitment picture featuring the Memphis Thunder Aquatic Club‘s Sarah Thompson with the Mizzou Tiger.

Swimmer’s Best Friend

Happy to announce I have verbally committed to further my education and swim for Iona College! Go Gaels! #winthemaac

A photo posted by Gabriel Finch (@gabriel_finch) on

Iona’s Gabriel Finch makes the list for his adorable Pomeranian shot.

Photo courtesy of Sophia Cherkez

Photo courtesy of Sophia Cherkez

Cornell commit Sophia Cherkez of the Hickory Foundation YMCA Seahorse Swim Team adds another adorable dog to her commitment photo.

Victoria Hunt Cincinnati

Actually, we just really like the dog photos. Cincinnati commit Victoria Hunt of The Woodlands College Park High School gets in on the action too.

Photo courtesy of Jaclyn Csubak

Photo courtesy of Jaclyn Csubak

And what’s better than a dog in a hat? Nothing. Ten points to Georgia Southern commit Jaclyn Csubak of Chattahoochee Gold.

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Hannah Hecht

Hannah Hecht grew up in Kansas and spent most of her childhood trying to convince coaches to let her swim backstroke in freestyle sets. She took her passion to Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa and swam at NAIA Nationals all four years. After graduating in 2015, she moved to …

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