2013 College Football Recruits: Predicting Where Top Offensive Players Sign

Pete SchauerCorrespondent IFebruary 3, 2013

Photo courtesy of 247 Sports
Photo courtesy of 247 Sports

As national signing day approaches, some of the biggest names on offense have yet to decide where they'll be attending school in the fall.

We're still waiting on big-named defensive players like 5-star defensive end Robert Nkemdiche and 5-star cornerback Mackensie Alexander to decide as well, but let's focus on offense.

Here are the latest updates and predictions surrounding the top offensive recruits left.

Laremy Tunsil, OL

At 6'6", 295 pounds, offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil will be an asset to whatever program he signs with.

He'll excel in pass protection with his long arms and arm strength and should be coached into a solid run-blocker as well.

The Florida native has offers fro Ole Miss, Georgia and Alabama on the table (via ESPN), but 247 Sports' JC Shurburtt gives us the scoop on where Tunsil may be signing:

If Tunsil does decide on the Rebels, he'll be the first 4-star OL to join Ole Miss during this recruiting season, making him one of the most important recruits for the Rebels.

Prediction: Ole Miss

Alvin Kamara, RB

It's down to Alabama and Georgia for the 4-star RB recruit, Alvin Kamara.

Kamara is one of the most athletic recruits in all of college football and possesses a great combination of power and speed, especially while running downhill.

As to where the 5'10" back will play next season, ESPN's Kipp Adams tweets that Kamara was in Alabama on Saturday:

Furthermore, Greg Ostendorf of ESPN (Insider access required) suggests that Kamara will eventually end up signing with the Crimson Tide.

Already boasting ESPN's No. 2-ranked recruiting class, look for Alabama to get a little bit deeper if Kamara signs.

Prediction: Alabama

Stacy Coley, WR

With three Florida teams gunning for him (Miami, Florida State and USF), hometown wideout Stacy Coley knows he won't be playing far from home.

The 6'1" receiver is a smooth athlete, has decent speed for his size and can be utilized in jump-ball situations, as he possesses great hands.

While Coley is keeping his silence as to where he'll sign, 247 Sports' Josh Newberg (account required) reports that FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher may have the upper hand:

It's still anyone's guess as to where he'll land, but with Fisher making one last push to acquire Coley, I'll roll with FSU.

Prediction: Florida State