On Signing Day Eve SEC Poised For Greatest Recruiting Haul Ever

BY foxsports • February 4, 2014

 A rising tide has lifted all SEC boats and never has that been more clear than by looking at the Rivals recruiting rankings. 

The SEC presently has seven of the top ten recruiting classes in the country:

1. Alabama

3. Texas A&M

4. Tennessee

6. LSU

7. Florida

8. Georgia

10. Auburn

13. Kentucky

15. Ole Miss

Nine, Nine!, SEC schools are presently in the top 15. 

 While there are nine SEC schools in the top 15, the other five major conferences have just six teams in the top 15. The ACC has three school, the Big Ten and the Big 12 have just one top 15 class each and the Pac 12 has none. (Notre Dame is presently the number 9 class in the country.)

This will be the most impressive collection of talent ever signed by SEC schools.

So which four and five star players are left to make a decision and where are those players headed?

Let's dive into the 247 composite crystal ball database and find out. 

There are 32 four and five star players who have yet to commit, but most of those recruits are heavy favorites to sign with particular schools. Indeed, when you scan the predictions, there are really only a handful of prospects who are totally unclear. 

There are 11 composite five stars remaining to decide tomorrow, but only Malik McDowell appears to be a true mystery. 

Rashaan Evans

95% Auburn

Lorenzo Carter

81% Georgia

Adoree' Jackson

77% USC, 21% Florida

Malachi Dupre

92% LSU

Ermon Lane

92% FSU

Travonte Valentine

95% LSU

Malik McDowell

39% Michigan State, 21% Ohio State, 21% Michigan, 14% FSU

Damian Prince

81% Maryland, 10% Florida

Solomon Thomas

85% Stanford

John Smith 

63% USC, 16% Notre Dame, 16% Oregon

Damian Mama

100% USC

Then come the 21 four stars who have yet to commit:

Budda Baker

72% Washington, 19% UCLA, 8% Oregon

Nifae Lealao

84% Vanderbilt

Derrick Nnadi

51% FSU, 43% Virginia Tech

Michiah Quick

59% Oklahoma, 40% Notre Dame

Braden Smith

43% TCU, 40% Auburn, 12% Texas A&M

Roderick Johnson

100% FSU

Isaiah McKenzie

50% Georgia, 26% Virginia Tech, 15% Ole Miss

Wesley Green

87% South Carolina

Isaiah Ford

90% Virginia Tech

Kenyon Frison

45% Nebraska, 27% Oklahoma, 27% Arizona State

Kenny Young

56% UCLA, 32% LSU

Lloyd Tubman

100% Kentucky

Steven Parker

96% Oklahoma

Jabril Frazier

62% Boise State, 25% Arizona

Chris Lammons

95% South Carolina

Donte Thomas-Williams

100% WVU

Andrew Williams

88% Auburn, 12% Clemson

Raymon Minor

81% Virginia Tech, 18% Marshall

Poona Ford

88% Texas

Richard Yeargin III

95% Clemson

Daniel Cage

88% Michigan State

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