Junior college national signing day was again a fruitful day for several SEC programs. South Carolina secured the top JUCO cornerback in the nation Wednesday, while Alabama got the top offensive lineman and Florida landed the top running back.

Reminder that these are players who¬†signed Wednesday and will be enrolling in January. Other top prospects — such as¬†Jonathan Kongbo (committed to Tennessee) and Naterace Strong (committed to Missouri) — are waiting until February to sign and will not enroll until the summer.

Here are the top 10 signees:

Charles Baldwin, OL (Signed to Alabama)
Junior College: ASA College
Outlook: Baldwin should be able to jump in and provide depth for the Crimson Tide at both tackle positions. With Alabama missing out on five-star prospect Greg Little and five-star commitment Jonah Williams needing some time for development, Baldwin will provide a nice bridge over the next one or two seasons.

Mark Thompson, RB (Signed to Florida)
Junior College: Dodge City Community College
Outlook: At 6-foot-2, 230-pound, Thompson gives Florida the power/speed combo running back they are looking for. It will be a crowded backfield in Gainesville with Kelvin Taylor, Jordan Scarlett and Jordan Cronkrite fighting for carries but Thompson will be given every opportunity to make an impact.

Jamarcus King, DB (Signed to South Carolina)
Junior College: Coffeyville Community College
Outlook: A nice, tall cornerback prospect that does his best work in tight man coverage and should thrive under the coaching of South Carolina defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson. King has above-average ball skills and does a good job to close separation. Should see the field in Columbia immediately and is a good bet to be a day one starter.

Alexis Johnson, DT (Signed to Tennessee)
Junior College: Fort Scott Community College
Outlook: Johnson will get the extra attention he needs in the spring to work on his consistency and the 6-4, 300-pounder should have a role on the Tennessee defensive line next year. Versatile enough to contribute in both pass rush and short-yardage situations.

Tate Leavitt, OL (Signed to Kentucky)
Junior College: Hutchinson Community College
Outlook: The Wildcats are hoping the 6-foot-6, 300-pound linemen can jump in and start at a tackle position for them right away. He is a big body with good balance that is effective in pass protection and outside run blocking.

John Franklin, QB/ATH (Signed to Auburn)
Junior College: East Mississippi Community College
Outlook: Franklin, a former player at Florida State, should get an opportunity in the spring to see if he can join the quarterback mix at Auburn. If not, Franklin can certainly move to wide receiver and be productive. Franklin’s speciality is extending the play long enough for receivers to get in his eyesight.

Jeff George, WR (Signed to Tennessee)
Junior College: Dodge City Community College
Outlook: At nearly 6-foot-6 George will have to put a little weight on in the spring but he will be the big red-zone target the Volunteers need to turn those field goals into touchdowns in 2016.

Dre Massey, WR (Signed to Florida)
Junior College: Holmes Community College
Outlook: Florida got the combo back they needed in Thompson and now Massey can come in and play either the slot or the outside depending on the situation. He has the speed (4.34 in the 40-yard dash) to stretch the field and turn short passes into long gains.

Desmond Henderson, DB (Signed to Tennessee)
Junior College: Dodge City Community College
Outlook: Henderson will have a chance to play on an island in the spring but the film shows a guy that’s probably better suited for the slot and in nickel situations playing the boundary and defending the shorter passes. Not the biggest corner at 5-11, 170 pounds but he has good instincts and reads the plays well.

Lashard Durr, DB (Signed to Mississippi State)
Junior College: Copiah-Lincoln Community College
Outlook: Durr plays the cornerback position with flair and sports a competitive attitude you want to see out of a guy assigned to man coverage. Durr had a shoulder issue but said he’s going to be healthy for spring, if he is he’ll have an inside track on a starting spot in the fall.