We’re not far removed from the end of the 2015 recruiting cycle, and the vast majority of those signees haven’t even set foot on their SEC campus yet. It’s already prime time for 2016 recruiting, as coaches have identified their targets and some top players have already given their commitments.

With teams hitting the recruiting trail hard, let’s take a look at the top-10 offensive line prospects who could end up in the SEC next fall.

It’s no surprise that Alabama and Auburn, the two biggest offensive linemen factories in the SEC, are in the running for a combined seven prospects on the list. Texas A&M, which has produced two top-10 NFL draft picks at left tackle and is sending a third to the NFL this year, has already scored a commitment from No. 1 OT Greg Little, who has a chance to be the top-rated player in the nation. Kentucky has also scored a commitment from the top player in the Commonwealth, center Drake Jackson. The only other SEC commitment among the top 10 is tackle Ben Cleveland, a Georgia commit rated the No. 5 OT in the nation.

Editor’s note: Recruiting rankings are in reference to 247sports’ industry composite. This list only includes players reportedly considering multiple SEC schools and doesn’t include players committed to schools outside the SEC. 

1. Five-star OT Greg Little; Allen, Texas — Committed to Texas A&M; No. 2 overall, No. 1 OT
2. Five-star OT Willie Allen; New Orleans, La. — Considering LSU, Alabama, Auburn; No. 30 overall, No. 4 OT
3. Five-star OT Ben Cleveland; Toccoa, Ga. — Committed to Georgia; No. 31 overall, No. 5 OT
4. Four-star OT Jauan Williams; Washington, D.C. — Considering Alabama, Florida; No. 55 overall, No. 8 OT
5. Four-star OT Jonah Williams, Folsom, Calif. — Considering Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas; No. 74 overall, No. 9 OT
6. Four-star OT E.J. Price; Lawrenceville, Ga. — Considering Georgia, Auburn; No. 76 overall, No. 10 OT
7. Four-star OT Clark Yarbrough; Woodberry Forest, Va. — Considering Arkansas, Auburn; No. 115 overall, No. 12 OT
8. Four-star OC Drake Jackson; Versailles, Ky. — Committed to Kentucky; No. 116 overall, No. 1 )C
9. Four-star OT Javon Kinlaw; Goose Greek, S.C. — Considering South Carolina, Alabama, Florida; No. 134 overall, No. 14 OT
10. Four-star OG Richard Merritt; Washington, D.C. — Considering Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn; No. 140 overall, No. 2 OG