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In a bit of a surprise, Georgia and Auburn sit outside the top 20 in most current recruiting rankings.
However, do not expect them to stay there. Both programs are expected to move up the list before national signing day is all said and done.
The reason for the low ranking for both teams is the low number of commitments they have both received to date, as Georgia has just 16 and Auburn only 15 commits.
The good news for both classes is there is room for more commitments in the coming days.
Georgia is in the running for 5-star linebacker Josh Harvey Clemens, 4-star cornerback Sheldon Dawson, 4-star defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson and will battle Auburn for star wideout JaQuay Williams. Georgia may land as many as eight other 4- and 5-star players.
Auburn is still up for as many as 10 4- and 5-star recruits.
Eddie Goldman is the top uncommitted defensive prospect in the country and has Auburn in his final three. He is the No. 7 overall ranked player in the nation in the Rivals.com recruit database, and 6'4", 307 pounds is a big load that can dominate at the line of scrimmage.
Auburn is also up for a slew of top receivers (discussed later in this article), two 5-star offensive linemen and 4-star linebacker Ben Brown.
Look for these two schools to move up the rankings boards this week.