Is there such a thing? Well, there should be.
Christmas Eve is the day when kids get all excited because Santa is coming tomorrow and hoping to get the presents they asked for.
Signing Day Eve is the day when adults get all excited because the five-star recruit they've been drooling over the past two months, might put on the hat of their favorite team. I'm sure Ohio State, Michigan and Notre Dame fans all over the country will have trouble sleeping tonight, because they don't know what tomorrow will bring.
I can't make any promises, but here is what I bring today .... rumors:
As reported by the Bleacher Report, the nation's No. 1 wide receiver Julio Jones, might be signing with Alabama.
The website said he was spotted at the LSU-Alabama basketball game in Tuscaloosa on Saturday with Alabama commits Burton Scott and Robert Lester.
Jones has basically narrowed his choices down to Oklahoma, Florida State and Alabama. Texas Tech also had a shot, but he canceled his visit this weekend to Lubbock. He will announce his plans at 11 a.m. on ESPNU's recruiting show.
As for the nation's top quarterback Terrelle Pryor, its down to Ohio State and Michigan.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Terrelle Pryor told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review he is 80 percent sure he'll announce his college choice Wednesday afternoon on National Signing Day.
That pretty much means Oregon is out, considering he never visited the campus. So it's all coming down to Ohio State or Michigan.
Darrell Scott, the nation's No. 1-rated running back, is expected to choose between Colorado and Texas.
According to the Daily Camera, Scott told several recruiting services last month he was leaning toward Texas because it offers the chance to play early, tradition and warm weather. In interviews last fall, Scott told the Daily Camera and other media outlets he was heavily favoring Colorado because of early playing time and the fact his uncle, freshman wide receiver Josh Smith, is already a Buff.
The only other undecided player left on CSTV.com's Top 25 is Quinton Coples, a 6-foot-6, 245-pound, defensive lineman from Virginia.
Coples has a handful of schools to choose from, including Florida State, Tennessee, North Carolina and N.C. State. Mike Farrell, from Rivals.com, reported there are also strong rumors that he is headed to join the Tar Heels, but Coples has publicly denied that he is committed, and he is scheduled to announce on Signing Day.
Stay tuned, tomorrow is a big day.