Nation's top 10 uncommitted prospects following Early Signing Period
Eight of the nation’s top 10 players signed with respective programs Wednesday during the first day of the Early Signing Period.
However, there are several top prospects who remain uncommitted and are waiting until the historical National Signing Day in February to ink with their respective programs.
The highest uncommitted prospect in the nation, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings, is 5-star cornerback Kelee Ringo. The Scottsdale, Arizona, native has Georgia among his top programs. However, the most prized recruit left on the board may be 5-star running back Zach Evans. His recruitment has been a wild one, and LSU, Georgia and Texas A&M all remain in play. Evans hasn’t shown his hand really at all.
Below are the top 10 uncommitted prospects who remain on the board, as several of them will likely end up in the SEC:
No. 8: 5-star CB Kelee Ringo (Georgia, Texas, Ohio State, USC)
No. 10: 5-star ATH Darnell Washington (Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Florida)
No. 14: 5-star RB Zach Evans (LSU, Georgia, Texas A&M, Alabama)
No. 55: 4-star DB Avantae Williams (Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss, Miami, Oregon)
No. 57: 4-star WR Gary Bryant Jr. (USC, Oklahoma)
No. 59: 4-star WR Xzavier Henderson (Clemson, Florida)
No. 71: 4-star DE Alfred Collins (Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma)
No. 76: 4-star CB Dontae Manning (Oregon, Texas A&M, Georgia, Arizona State, Oklahoma)
No. 80: 4-star RB Daniyel Ngata (Arizona State, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Clemson, Utah)
No. 109: 4-star RB Jalen Berger (Rutgers, UCLA, Wisconsin, LSU, Penn State)