ESPN unveiled its list of the top high school junior prospects in the nation Monday and SEC schools were littered all over the list thanks to having 29 commitments among the 300 prospects.

At first glance, the most noticeable thing about the rankings is the fact that Georgia currently has commitments from three of the top seven prospects in the nation for 2019. In total, the Bulldogs have secured commits from five players on the list.

While Georgia has secured the most prospects at the top of the rankings, Florida currently leads all SEC schools with eight commitments, LSU has five, while Alabama and Tennessee each have three. Texas A&M has secured two commitments with Auburn, Kentucky and Mississippi State each having one prospect committed to their respective programs.

ESPN’s full Top 300 rankings can be found here.

Here’s a breakdown of every prospect committed to an SEC school at the time of release of the rankings:

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