It’s never too early to go on record with your preseason predictions.

As we wind down the month of May and head into summer, college football expert Phil Steele has been sharing some of his projections for the 2015 season. Over the weekend, he ranked three SEC teams among his seven-best offensive lines in the nation.

Steele shared his predictions for the preseason Associated Press Poll top 10 on Tuesday morning, including three SEC schools in his rankings.

While Alabama has graced many preseason top-25 rankings so far this spring, Steele is a bit lower on Auburn than most and higher on Georgia than many other publications have been.

Steele has Alabama at No. 3 despite the Crimson Tide heading into summer without naming a starting quarterback. However, thanks to a defensive front seven that should once again dominate and a sterling track record, Alabama is earning the benefit of the doubt from experts around the nation. Steele doesn’t seem concerned by the Tide’s quarterback situation.

Meanwhile, Steele seems to be cautious on the Auburn hype. Auburn has garnered a lot of playoff predictions, but Steele is keeping them toward the bottom of his top 10. Perhaps he’s waiting until fall to see what results quarterback Jeremy Johnson and new defensive coordinator Will Muschamp can produce.

Georgia has been divisive in early polls, and Steele leaned toward the side of optimism and ranked them No. 10. ESPN ranked Georgia No. 9, while Sporting News and Sports Illustrated both have the Bulldogs at No. 18. Like Alabama, the Dawgs don’t yet have a starting quarterback, but they do have running back Nick Chubb, a strong offensive line (Steele included them among his seven best) and a returning linebacker group that is among the best in the nation.