The annual Under Armour All-America game features 80 of the country’s top recruits. While some enter the game uncommitted, many have already made their pledge and are actively recruiting others to come join them.

At this year’s game, the future of the SEC West is well-represented. Alabama and LSU are the two most popular teams with Texas A&M not far behind:

Recruiting is the lifeblood of college football, and it’s no surprise that the highest touted players want to compete in college football’s toughest division. As they say: the rich are still getting richer, and Alabama may even sign its best class ever under Nick Saban. Does that scare anyone else?

With Ed Orgeron as the head coach of LSU, we know the Tigers are going to haul in top talent. Orgeron is known to be one of the country’s best recruiters, and one thing is for sure: he’ll lock up elite talent. Doing it at a school like LSU makes him that much more dangerous on the recruiting trail.

Texas A&M has recruited well under Kevin Sumlin, too, and this year’s class is another good one. Recruiting hasn’t been Sumlin’s problem; November has. The Aggies seem to struggle in November, but hauling in another elite class will certainly help Sumlin and his staff finish stronger.

Another SEC team that isn’t mentioned that is lighting it up on the recruiting trail is Georgia. Despite a lackluster season under first-year head coach Kirby Smart, Georgia is set to finish strong on the recruiting trail.

The Under Armour All-America Game is set for Jan. 1 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, the site of the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl.

Here’s a full list of the prospects in the game already committed to SEC schools:

LB Dylan Moses
OL Alex Leatherwood
LB Markail Benton
DL Akial Byers
DB Daniel Wright
OL Jedrick Wills
LB Chris Allen

OL Austin Deculus
DL Tyler Shelvin
DB Kary Vincent
Athlete JaCoby Stevens
QB Lowell Narcisse
OL Edward Ingram

OL Isaiah Wilson
DE Robert Beal
DB William Poole III

OL Trey Smith
DB Maleik Gray

OL Calvin Ashley
OL Austin Troxell

South Carolina:
DB Jamyest Williams

Texas A&M:
QB Kellen Mond
LB Anthony Hines III
WR Hezekiah Jones

Ole Miss:
WR D.D. Bowie

WR Daquon Green