Every week throughout the season, we’ll provide some video highlights of the SEC’s top commits.


Jachai Polite, DE, 3-star Florida commit (Daytona Beach, Fla.)

In what has been a rather quiet week of recruiting in the SEC, 3-star DE Jachai Polite committed to the Gators last Thursday.

At 6-foot-3, 250 pounds, the end should provide even more of a pass rush to a Florida team that ranks second in the SEC with 31 sacks.

Trayveon Williams, RB, 3-star Texas A&M recruit (Houston, Texas)

For an A&M team that’s been known for its QB-WR connection in recent years, Williams hopes to add some splash in the backfield.


At 5-foot-9, 185 pounds, Williams, QB Kyler Murray and freshman WR Christian Kirk should make for a lethal combination in College Station for at least the next two seasons.

Jacob Eason, QB, 5-star Georgia commit (Lake Stevens, Wash.)

Eason committed months earlier and signed Friday. Last week marked potentially Eason’s best game of his career. He led his Lake Stevens Vikings to an 11-0 record over the weekend, throwing for 283 yards and three TDs.

Eason officially signed with the Bulldogs on Friday and looks every bit like the leader at the quarterback position this Georgia football program desperately needs. He leads his Lake Stevens Vikings to the Washington state quarterfinals.

Eason was also named as one of the 16 semifinalists for the 2016 U.S. Army Player of the Year Award earlier in the week as well.

Shae Patterson, QB, 5-star Ole Miss commit (Bradenton, Fla.)

Eason wasn’t the only future SEC star quarterback to receive his Army Bowl jersey as Ole Miss recruit QB Shae Patterson will be in on the action as well.


In his last game Patterson tied the IMG Academy school record for TDs with his 18th of the season in a 50-16 victory to push his team to 9-0. On the year the future Rebel has 18 TDs to just four INTs.

McTelvin Agim, DE, 4-star Arkansas commit (Hope, Ark.) 

The final SEC recruit to be presented as an All-American Player of the Year semifinalist this week was Agim, a 4-star Arkansas commit.

The senior defensive end has 30 solo tackles and 25 combined sacks and tackles for loss, according to USAToday.com.

Previous winners of the All-American Player of the Year include Chris Leak (2003), Jimmy Clausen (2007), Terrelle Pryor (2008), and Dorial Green-Beckham (2012).