National signing day is just around the corner and a number of talented players are still undecided on where they will play their college football. While a number of the top prospects still available are on the defensive side of they play, there are still some great offense players.
Here are predictions of where the top undecided players on the offensive side of the ball will end up enrolling.
Laremy Tunsil, OT
Tunsil is viewed as the best offensive line prospect. He has incredible size at 6'6", 295 pounds, but is still very athletic. 247Sports.com has Tunsil listed as the fourth-ranked prospect overall and the top offensive tackle.
Tunsil's decision likely comes down to Alabama and Georgia. With the offensive line changes that Alabama faces, Tunsil could come in and get an opportunity to fight for a job right away. He's talented and strong enough that Tunsil is capable of doing that and doing it well.
Alex Collins, RB
Collins is the top-ranked running back according to 247Sports.com and the 17th-ranked prospect overall. Collins was previously committed to Miami before decommitting and re-evaluating his offers. The running back is very good in every aspect of the position and can have an impact immediately depending on his choice of school.
While he visited Florida and is interested in Arkansas, Collins would benefit from ending up at Miami. The school is known for pumping out top running backs who have found success in the NFL. The school could use a running back as it only had two players rush over 100 yards last season, with one of those players graduating.
Stacy Coley, WR
Coley is one of the premier wide receivers in the class of 2013. 247Sports.com has him ranked as the fourth-best receiver and the 56th-best prospect overall. Coley is lengthy at 6'1", 175 pounds, but does use the size he has fairly well. He's great at catching the ball and was a decent route-runner in high school.
He's been seen as Florida State-bound, but Miami's hiring of James Coley as offensive coordinator could mean a switch for the wide receiver. The new offensive coordinator was a big reason why the receiver was interested in Florida State. At Miami, Coley could get fast play time and be the guy in that offense.