As National Signing Day 2011 approaches, there are still several big name recruits who remain undecided.
So far, 11 of the top 15 recruits on Scout.com have committed to schools.
Only four of the top 15 recruits are offensive players, and the highest ranked quarterback is Jeff Driskel (34th ranked) who has committed to Florida.
Florida State currently leads the recruiting race, followed by Texas. Auburn, Ohio State, and Notre Dame round out the top five.
Let's take a look at the many highly ranked recruits who are still undecided.
Tony Steward is a four star recruit, and the third-ranked middle linebacker this year. Steward had 81 tackles, five sacks, and 10 touchdowns in his senior year.
Schools of Interest: Clemson, Florida State, UCLA, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami (Fl)
Jaden Grimble is a five star recruit, who can play as a blocker occupying end in a 3–4, or a defensive tackle in the 4–3. He runs extremely well for a big man (6'3.5", 255lbs), and can make a big impact on plays going away from him.
Schools of Interest: USC, Miami (Fl), UCLA, Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas Tech, UNLV, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington
Jermauria Rasco is a five star recruit, who is an elite defensive end. He can rush the passer, stop the run, and has the speed to chase down the ball. He's also a very disciplined player.
Schools of Interest: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, LSU, UCLA, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee
Stephone Anthony is a five star recruit, who's a very athletic linebacker with good speed. He moves well side to side and is great in pursuit. His tackling technique does need improvement though.
Schools of Interest: Clemson, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia Tech, Duke, South Carolina, UCLA
Tim Jernigan is a five star recruit, who plays a quick, powerful game as a defensive tackle. Jernigan is big and strong (6'2", 275 lbs), and with some work on his moves can be a great defensive lineman.
Schools of Interest: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Tennessee, Georgia, USC
Curtis Grant is a five star recruit with good instincts and excellent vision to spot the play. He's extremely fast for a big linebacker, and has the toughness to play inside if he fills out during college.
Schools of Interest: Florida, North Carolina, Ohio State, Virginia, Alabama, LSU, Miami (Fl), Tennessee, Virginia Tech
Delvon Simmons is a five star recruit who plays both defensive end and offensive guard. He's a very good run blocker on guard, and plays with good strength and leverage on the defensive line. His disengaging skills need work if he's going to play defense in college.
Schools of Interest: North Carolina, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Texas Tech, USC
Isaiah Crowell is the top-ranked running back, and fifth-ranked recruit overall. His great balance, quickness, and breakaway speed make him a threat to break tackles and take it the distance from anywhere on the field.
He's been part of a strong backfield throughout high school, so there are still questions about whether he's durable enough to carry an attack on his own.
Schools of Interest: Alabama, Georgia, Auburn, Clemson, Duke, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami (Fl), Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Texas, USC
Cyrus Kouandjio is an absolute beast of an offensive tackle at 6'7" and 295 lbs. He's the highest ranked offensive tackle, and second-ranked recruit overall.
He's a dominant run blocker, and is great in pass protection. He finishes blocks and can stop run stuffers or speed rushers.
Schools of Interest: Alabama, Auburn, Iowa, New Mexico, Maryland, USC
"Jadeveon Clowney makes plays that only special players make" (Chad Simmons).
Clowney is the top-ranked recruit overall, and is such an explosive player that he gets up field very quickly. He has great range, and his long arms make it easy for him to knock down passes. He has great athleticism, and with a bit more strength, the sky is the limit.
Schools of Interest: Alabama, South Carolina, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State, Georgia, Miami (Fl), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee