Individually, I would disperse them across a list like this.
But together, Dominique Easley, Sharrif Floyd and Ronald Powell are like the Fab Five of defensive lines. They'll be a force in the SEC for as long as they decide to play in college, but players like them are pre-professionals.
Easley was an early landing for the Penn State Nittany Lions. But he dropped JoePa's team just before playing in the Under Armour All-American Bowl, where he tore up the competition.
His announcement for the Florida Gators surprised many who felt Urban Meyer's recruiting class would go out with a whimper.
Meanwhile, monstrous DT Sharrif Floyd promised to "shock" the recruiting world with his decision.
But in retrospect, his commitment to the Florida Gators at the Army All-American game (where he absolutely destroyed good competition on the interior) was entirely foreseeable.
The mountainous five-star, a Pennsylvania native, wants to compete against the best in practice and on the field. He's only following the natural flow.
Finally, there was Ronald Powell.
The last of the unholy three to commit to the Florida Gators, Powell also put on a show at the Army All-American game, catching a pass for a touchdown and returning a blocked point ninety yards for a special teams score.
His natural speed should help him compensate for a questionable build, but he'll be beastly for the Florida Gators on the strong- or weakside. Rivals thinks he's the best end in the class, and I'm inclined to agree.