With the 2014 recruiting class, there doesn't seem to be a ton of wavering commitments. However, after some digging, several prospects appear unsure about their pledges.
Many people forget that when a recruit makes a commitment, he can still change his mind whenever he wants until he signs a National Letter of Intent. So a prospect is free to de-commit, talk to other coaches and visit schools after he verbally commits to a program.
A safety is committed to an upstart SEC team, but a traditional powerhouse is trying to change his mind. An athlete in Texas may be thinking of spurning a Big 12 program. Also, a big defensive tackle is not solid with his commitment to a Big Ten school.