National Signing Day 2018: Ranking the Top 50 Overall Recruits

David KenyonFeatured ColumnistFebruary 1, 2018

National Signing Day 2018: Ranking the Top 50 Overall Recruits

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    Trevor Lawrence, a prized quarterback, is one of the best prospects in the nation.
    Trevor Lawrence, a prized quarterback, is one of the best prospects in the nation.Credit: Student Sports

    When the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia Bulldogs in the national championship game, true freshmen stole the spotlight. On the biggest stage, both programs showed the importance of recruiting and signing immediate-impact talent.

    The 2018 class features dozens of players who can assert themselves as first-year contributors, and many of them are highlighted in Bleacher Report's top 50 prospects of the current cycle.

    Some of them still need college homes.

    Though the early signing period in December resulted in a flurry of commitments, several of B/R's top 50 players remain on the board. Barring a surprise, those prospects will announce their college intentions next week on the first Wednesday of February (the traditional national signing day).

    Current skills and top-end potential shaped our rankings. And as Alabama and Georgia reminded the college football world, we better start paying attention to these talents right away.

50-46: Sirmon to Peterson

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    50. Jacob Sirmon, QB, Washington

    Height/Weight: 6'4 ½", 226 lbs

    High School: Bothell; Bothell, Washington

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 95 overall (No. 6 pro-style QB)

    1 Thing to Know

    Jacobwho comes from an impressive football familyisn't the only Sirmon headed to Washington. His cousin Jack is a 3-star linebacker and has signed with the Huskies.


    49. Payton Wilson, LB, North Carolina State

    Height/Weight: 6'4", 225 lbs

    High School: Orange; Hillsborough, North Carolina

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 79 overall (No. 4 OLB)

    1 Thing to Know

    Over the last two seasons, Payton Wilson amassed 230 tackles with 60 stops behind the line of scrimmage and 23 sacks.


    48. Marquis Spiker, WR, Washington

    Height/Weight: 6'3", 188 lbs

    High School: Murrieta Valley; Murrieta, California

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 59 overall (No. 9 WR)

    1 Thing to Know

    During his senior year, Marquis Spiker set the California state record for most career touchdown receptions. According to MaxPreps, the wideout tallied 72 scores from 2015-2017.


    47. Dax Hollifield, LB

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 236 lbs

    High School: Shelby; Shelby, North Carolina

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 150 overall (No. 8 ILB)

    Interested in: Stanford, Virginia Tech, North Carolina

    1 Thing to Know

    Dax Hollifield was a tackling machine in high school. He amassed 154 stops and 18 sacks as a junior, per Langston Wertz Jr. of the Charlotte Observer, and collected 150 tackles as a senior.


    46. JJ Peterson, LB, Tennessee

    Height/Weight: 6'2 ½", 231 lbs

    High School: Colquitt County; Moultrie, Georgia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 48 overall (No. 3 OLB)

    1 Thing to Know

    For much of 2017, Alabama was considered the team to beat for JJ Peterson. But once defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt accepted the head coaching position at Tennesseewhere two former Colquitt players arePeterson's recruitment followed.

45-41: Sterns to Joseph

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    45. Caden Sterns, S, Texas

    Height/Weight: 6'1", 192 lbs

    High School: Steele; Cibolo, Texas

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 19 overall (No. 1 S)

    1 Thing to Know

    The MVP of the Army All-American Bowl, Caden Sterns intercepted two passes in the showcase. He also notched two tackles with one stop behind the line of scrimmage.


    44. James Cook, RB, Georgia

    Height/Weight: 5'11 ½", 181 lbs

    High School: Northwestern; Miami

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 41 overall (No. 3 all-purpose RB)

    1 Thing to Know

    His brother is Dalvin Cook, who starred for three years at Florida State before the Minnesota Vikings selected him in the second round of the 2017 NFL draft.


    43. Solomon Tuliaupupu, LB

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 220 lbs

    High School: Mater Dei; Santa Ana, California

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 86 overall (No. 3 ILB)

    Interested in: USC, Oklahoma, Ohio State, UCLA, Notre Dame

    1 Thing to Know

    USA Today named Solomon Tuliaupupu the All-USA Defensive Player of the Year. The linebacker collected 63 tackles with 12 stops for loss and four sacks as a senior.


    42. Tanner McKee, QB

    Height/Weight: 6'6", 200 lbs

    High School: Centennial; Corona, CA

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 46 overall (No. 3 pro-style QB)

    Interested in: Stanford, Brigham Young

    1 Thing to Know

    Before attending whichever school is eventually his college choice, Tanner McKee will embark on a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will be available for the 2020 football season.


    41. Kelvin Joseph, S, LSU

    Height/Weight: 6'1 ½", 191 lbs

    High School: Scotlandville Magnet; Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 42 overall (No. 5 S)

    1 Thing to Know

    Joseph committed to LSU at the Army All-American Bowl, and while he was scheduled to officially visit Alabama and Auburn before signing day, he shut down his recruitment after a visit with the Tigers, according to Sam Spiegelman of SEC Country.                         

40-36: Woodbey to Sewell

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    40. Jaiden Woodbey, S, Florida State

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 204 lbs

    High School: St. John Bosco; Fontana, California

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 35 overall (No. 4 S)

    1 Thing to Know

    Jaiden Woodbey committed to Ohio State in February 2017 but flipped to Florida State during December's early signing period. Best of all for the Seminoles, he enrolled early.


    39. Ricky Person, RB, NC State

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 202 lbs

    High School: Heritage; Wake Forest, North Carolina

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 111 overall (No. 4 RB)

    1 Thing to Know

    While struggling through an injury-plagued junior season, Ricky Person wanted to find another way to contribute. He added third-down pass-rushing duties to his role and added 17 tackles, per J. Mike Blake of the News and Observer.


    38. Tyreke Johnson, S, Ohio State

    Height/Weight: 6'1", 191 lbs

    High School: Trinity Christian; Jacksonville, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 21 overall (No. 2 S)

    1 Thing to Know

    Tyreke Johnson started playing varsity football at Trinity Christian as an eighth-grader. Ohio State was one of the 10-plus programs to offer Johnson before he even entered high school.    


    37. JaMarr Chase, WR

    Height/Weight: 6'1", 195 lbs

    High School: Archbishop Rummel; Metairie, Louisiana

    Interested in: LSU, Auburn, TCU and Michigan

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 84 overall (No. 15 WR)

    1 Thing to Know

    Throughout his recruiting process, JaMarr Chase has committed twice but backed off both times. He initially picked Kansas and then chose Florida. He has been uncommitted to any school since November.


    36. Penei Sewell, OG

    Height/Weight: 6'5", 349 lbs

    High School: Desert Hills; Saint George, Utah

    Interested in: Alabama, Oregon, USC, Utah

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 57 overall (No. 2 OG)

    1 Thing to Know

    Two of his brothers, Gabe and Nephi, play football at Nevada. Penei officially visited the program in September but is only considering Alabama, Oregon, USC and Utah, per Blair Angulo of 247Sports.

35-31: Gill to Adams

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    35. Jaelen Gill, RB, Ohio State

    Height/Weight: 6'1", 182 lbs

    High School: Westerville South; Westerville, Ohio

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 30 overall (No. 2 all-purpose back)

    1 Thing to Know

    Jaelen Gill missed much of the 2016 season because of a broken leg, but he returned to earn first-team All-OCC Buckeye honors as a senior. He was also named co-Offensive Player of the Year.


    34. Brey Walker, OT, Oklahoma

    Height/Weight: 6'7", 320 lbs

    High School: Westmoore; Moore, Oklahoma

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 29 overall (No. 4 OT)

    1 Thing to Know

    In November 2015, as a sophomore in high school, Brey Walker gave his pledge to Oklahoma. The offensive lineman never backed off that commitment and signed Dec. 20.


    33. JT Daniels, QB, USC

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 205 lbs

    High School: Mater Dei; Santa Ana, California

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 16 overall (No. 2 pro-style QB)

    1 Thing to Know

    Initially considered one of the nation's best prospects for 2019, JT Daniels elected to reclassify and will be part of USC's 2018 class. He plans to enroll during the summer, per Adam Gorney of


    32. Brendan Radley-Hiles, CB, Oklahoma

    Height/Weight: 5'10", 183 lbs

    High School: IMG Academy; Bradenton, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 38 overall (No. 5 CB)

    1 Thing to Know

    Brendan Radley-Hiles' path to Oklahoma is unique. He attended Bishop Gorman (Nevada), Calabasas (California) and IMG Academy (Florida). At his final stop, Radley-Hiles intercepted five passes and forced two fumbles.


    31. Jordyn Adams, WR, North Carolina

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 175 lbs

    High School: Green Hope; Cary, North Carolina

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 58 overall (No. 8 WR)

    1 Thing to Know

    "Athlete" doesn't do Jordyn Adams justice. In addition to being a prized wideout, he batted .494 and stole 26 bases his junior year of high school baseball, and he appeared in the Under Armour All-America Baseball Game in July 2017. Adams also threw down a vicious dunk that is worth a watch or 12.

30-26: Thompson-Robinson to Slade

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    30. Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA

    Height/Weight: 6'1 ½", 195 lbs

    High School: Bishop Gorman; Las Vegas

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 36 overall (No. 2 dual-threat QB)

    1 Thing to Know

    Dorian Thompson-Robinson served as the backup to Tate Martell, a 4-star in the class of 2017, before taking over the starting role this year. "DTR" proceeded to complete 68.5 percent of his passes for 3,275 yards, 38 touchdowns and only three interceptions.


    29. Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami

    Height/Weight: 6'3", 250 lbs

    High School: Bishop Gorman; Las Vegas

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 33 overall (No. 1 TE)

    1 Thing to Know

    Though all top-tier recruits typically have a chance to contribute in a rotational spot immediately, Brevin Jordan might be a starter from day one. Miami is already thin at tight end and must replace Christopher Herndon, a likely NFL draft pick.


    28. Brenton Cox, DE, Georgia

    Height/Weight: 6'4 ½", 247 lbs

    High School: Stockbridge; Stockbridge, Georgia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 23 overall (No. 2 strong-side DE)

    1 Thing to Know

    Brenton Cox committed to Ohio State last April but opened his recruitment shortly before the early signing period. He elected to stay in-state for college and has enrolled for the spring semester at Georgia.


    27. Mark Pope, WR, Miami

    Height/Weight: 6'1", 175 lbs

    High School: Miami Southridge; Hialeah, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 67 overall (No. 11 WR)

    1 Thing to Know

    Similar to Daniels, Mark Pope reclassified from the 2019 cycle into 2018 and is a well-regarded prospect. However, the decision isn't as prominent because it happened in May 2016.


    26. Ricky Slade, RB, Penn State

    Height/Weight: 5'9", 185 lbs

    High School: C.D. Hylton; Woodbridge, Virginia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 27 overall (No. 1 all-purpose back)

    1 Thing to Know

    During his last three seasons at C.D. Hylton, Ricky Slade amassed 3,529 rushing yards and 42 touchdowns. He nearly averaged 10 yards per carry, ending that impressive three-year stretch with 9.5.

25-21: Ruckert to Marshall

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    25. Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State

    Height/Weight: 6'5 ½", 238 lbs

    High School: Lindenhurst; Lindenhurst, NY

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 37 overall (No. 2 TE)

    1 Thing to Know

    Jeremy Ruckert raced go-karts to reveal his commitment in a video on Bleacher Report. The versatile tight end chose the Buckeyes over Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.


    24. Lorenzo Lingard, RB, Miami

    Height/Weight: 6'0", 190 lbs

    High School: University; Orange, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 25 overall (No. 2 RB)

    1 Thing to Know

    In his senior season, Lorenzo Lingard earned Gatorade Florida Football Player of the Year honors. He rushed for 1,701 yards and 26 touchdowns on the year.


    23. Teradja Mitchell, LB, Ohio State

    Height/Weight: 6'2", 232 lbs

    High School: Bishop Sullivan Catholic; Virginia Beach, Virginia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 44 overall (No. 2 ILB)

    1 Thing to Know

    One of the best players from Virginia, Teradja Mitchell secured USA Today's Defensive Player of the Year award for the state. He amassed 162 tackles with a ridiculous 41 stops for loss, adding three forced fumbles and two blocked field goals.


    22. Talanoa Hufanga, ATH, USC

    Height/Weight: 6'0 ½", 193 lbs

    High School: Crescent Valley; Corvallis, OR

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 88 overall (No. 2 ATH)

    1 Thing to Know

    Talanoa Hufanga was a three-year starter for the basketball team at Crescent Valley and was a first-team All-Conference player last season. However, his career on the hardwood has come to a close because Hufanga enrolled early at USC.


    21. Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU

    Height/Weight: 6'2 ½", 192 lbs

    High School: Parkway; Bossier City, Louisiana

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 13 overall (No. 3 WR)

    1 Thing to Know

    A high school teammate of TCU-bound dual-threat quarterback Justin Rogers, Terrace Marshall twice eclipsed the 1,200-yard mark in high school. Unfortunately for the talented duo, Marshall missed most of his senior season because of a fractured fibula.    

20. Jackson Carman, OT

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    Height/Weight: 6'6", 330 lbs

    High School: Fairfield; Fairfield, Ohio

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 17 overall, No. 2 OT

    Signed with: Clemson

    1 Thing to Know

    Ohio State rarely misses on the top in-state prospect, but Jackson Carman chose Clemson. Had the Buckeyes secured Carman, they would've signed the five best players from Ohio. Instead, the program whiffed on the state's No. 1 prospect for only the second time since 2010.

19. Cade Mays, OT

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    Height/Weight: 6'6", 318 lbs

    High School: Knoxville Catholic; Knoxville, Tennessee

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 22 overall (No. 3 OT)

    Signed with: Georgia

    1 Thing to Know

    Cade Mays had been pledged to Tennessee for more than two years, but the offensive lineman opened his recruitment after the program fired head coach Butch Jones. Mays signed with Georgia on Dec. 20 and then enrolled early.         

18. Tyson Campbell, CB

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    Height/Weight: 6'2 ½", 180 lbs

    High School: American Heritage; Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 12 overall (No. 2 CB)

    Interested in: Miami, Georgia, Alabama

    1 Thing to Know

    Few prospects can claim such an impressive coaching history. During his time at American Heritage, Tyson Campbell has learned from Mike Rumpha first-round draft pick in 2002and Patrick Surtain Sr., a three-time Pro Bowl corner.

17. Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT

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    Height/Weight: 6'6", 272 lbs

    High School: Berkeley Prep; Tampa, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 7 overall (No. 1 OT)

    Interested in: Michigan, Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Florida

    1 Thing to Know

    According to Rodney Page of the Tampa Bay Times, Nicholas Petit-Frere received a special honor during the Under Armour All-America Game. At halftime, he was recognized for being a finalist for the Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Trophy, an award given to the country's top African-American high school football player.

16. Isaac Taylor-Stuart, CB

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    Height/Weight: 6'2", 187 lbs

    High School: Helix; San Diego

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 32 overall (No. 4 CB)

    Interested in: USC, Alabama, Texas A&M

    1 Thing to Know

    Isaac Taylor-Stuart recorded a 4.43-second 40-yard dash at the Nike Opening Regional Camp, according to 247Sports recruiting analyst Greg Biggins (via Taylor-Stuart gathered 205 tackles, 40 pass breakups and 13 interceptions during his time in high school.

15. BJ Foster, S

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    Height/Weight: 6'1", 188 lbs

    High School: Angleton; Angleton, Texas

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 24 overall (No. 3 S)

    Signed with: Texas

    1 Thing to Know

    BJ Foster pulled off a unique trifecta at the Under Armour All-America Game, accounting for three turnovers. The hard-hitting safety forced a fumble that his team recovered, and he picked off a pass. However, Fostera running back in high schoolfumbled away the ball on that interception.

14. Palaie Gaoteote, LB

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    Height/Weight: 6'2", 235 lbs

    High School: Bishop Gorman; Las Vegas

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 15 overall (No. 1 ILB)

    Signed with: USC

    1 Thing to Know

    Palaie Gaoteote chose to play in the Army All-American Bowl. After accepting the invitation, he posted a message saying that he was "very blessed to represent" his father and grandfather, both of whom are retired combat veterans and Airborne Rangers. He notched three stops and assisted on a tackle for loss in the game.

13. Justin Shorter, WR

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    Height/Weight: 6'4", 213 lbs

    High School: South Brunswick; Monmouth Junction, New Jersey

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 8 overall (No. 1 WR)

    Signed with: Penn State

    1 Thing to Know

    Justin Shorter surged in the recruiting rankings between his junior and senior seasons in high school. According to Land of 10's Tyler Donohue, heading into the 2017 campaign, Shorter ascended 119 spots in the 247Sports composite rankings. He then accounted for 874 total yards and 12 touchdowns.

12. Taron Vincent, DT

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    Height/Weight: 6'2", 285 lbs

    High School: IMG Academy; Bradenton, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 20 overall (No. 1 DT)

    Signed with: Ohio State

    1 Thing to Know

    Taron Vincent is the son of former NFL safety Troy Vincent, who now serves as the league's executive vice president of football operations. The elder Vincent intercepted 47 passes during his 15-year NFL career, appeared in five Pro Bowls and was a first-team All-Pro once.

11. Adam Anderson, LB

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    Height/Weight: 6'4", 214 lbs

    High School: Rome; Rome, Georgia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 18 overall (No. 1 OLB)

    Signed with: Georgia

    1 Thing to Know

    According to Jeff Sentell of Dawg Nation, Adam Anderson has a 300-word sign language vocabulary. Sentell noted the heralded prospect's younger brother is classified as deaf. And, per Todd Holcomb of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Anderson worked in the summer of 2017 so he could buy his brother hearing aids.

10. Jamaree Salyer, OG

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    Height/Weight: 6'4", 342 lbs

    High School: Pace Academy; Atlanta

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 10 overall (No. 1 OG)

    Signed with: Georgia

    1 Thing to Know

    Soon after Georgia landed Jamaree Salyer, his future position coach posted a strange, lovable video celebrating the commitment. Sam Pittman awkwardly smiled into the camera, waved pompoms, revealed a nice UGA jersey and ended the moment with a "yes, siiiiiiii-r."

9. Zamir White, RB

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    Height/Weight: 6'1", 220 lbs

    High School: Scotland County; Laurinburg, North Carolina

    247Sports ranking: No. 9 overall (No. 1 RB)

    Signed with: Georgia

    1 Thing to Know

    The amount of production Zamir White provided in high school is borderline unbelievable. In four seasons, the running back scampered for 7,169 yards on 738 carries9.7 yards per attemptand scored 125 total touchdowns on offense.

    He'll join 2017 5-star D'Andre Swift on a Georgia roster that is graduating two 5-star runners, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. There's been a little bit of running back depth in Athens lately.

8. Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR

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    Height/Weight: 5'11 ½", 191 lbs

    High School: Mater Dei; Anaheim, California

    247Sports ranking: No. 11 overall (No. 2 WR)

    Committed to: USC

    1 Thing to Know

    The USC-bound receiver is the third member of his family to earn a 4-star ranking or higher. Equanimeous was a 4-star in 2015, Osiris (Stanford) was a 4-star in 2017, and Amon-Ra is a 5-star in 2018.

7. KJ Henry, DE

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    Height/Weight: 6'5 ½", 235 lbs

    High School: West Forsyth; Clemmons, North Carolina

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 14 overall (No. 3 weak-side DE)

    Signed with: Clemson

    1 Thing to Know

    KJ Henry ceded the spotlight when announcing his commitment. Rather than revealing it himself, he brought assistant coach Pat Murphy to the stage. "Coach Murphy has been a big part of my everyday life here. He puts a smile on my face," Henry said of Murphy, according to Michael Hewlett of the Winston-Salem Journal.

6. Micah Parsons, DE

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    Height/Weight: 6'3", 235 lbs

    High School: Harrisburg; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 5 overall (No. 2 weak-side DE)

    Signed with: Penn State

    1 Thing to Know

    Though listed as a defensive end throughout his recruitment, Micah Parsons will play a different position with the Nittany Lions. According to Greg Pickel of, head coach James Franklin said Parsons will initially be a middle linebacker.

5. Patrick Surtain Jr., CB

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    Height/Weight: 6'1 ¼", 199 lbs

    High School: American Heritage; Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 6 overall (No. 1 CB)

    Interested in: LSU, Alabama, Clemson, Miami

    1 Thing to Know

    Although Patrick Surtain Jr.'s father coaches at American Heritage and was an All-Pro corner for the Miami Dolphins, most of the prospect's extended family lives in Louisiana, per Sam Spiegelman of SEC Country. That connection is a key reason for LSU's standing in Surtain's recruitment.

4. Xavier Thomas, DE

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    Height/Weight: 6'3", 260 lbs

    High School: IMG Academy; Bradenton, Florida

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 3 overall (No. 1 strong-side DE)

    Signed with: Clemson

    1 Thing to Know

    Xavier Thomas attends IMG Academy but is from South Carolina, where he will return to play college football. Thomas once called the University of South Carolina his dream school, per Morgan Moriarty and Bud Elliott of SB Nation, but he chose Clemson because of its success and the recent coaching change in Columbia.

3. Eyabi Anoma, DE

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    Height/Weight: 6'5", 235 lbs

    High School: St. Frances Academy; Baltimore

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 4 overall (No. 1 weak-side DE)

    Signed with: Alabama

    1 Thing to Know

    According to Michael Casagrande of, Eyabi Anoma has only played organized football for two years. Nevertheless, as a senior at St. Frances Academy, Enoma amassed 98 tackles, registered 22 sacks and also forced four fumbles.

2. Justin Fields, QB

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    Height/Weight: 6'3", 221 lbs

    High School: Harrison; Kennesaw, Georgia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 2 overall (No. 1 dual-threat QB)

    Signed with: Georgia

    1 Thing to Know

    Justin Fields enrolled early at Georgia, but that decision wasn't easy. MLB clubs have monitored Fields, and baseball signing bonuses can be appealing. In the past, quarterbacks have been selected in the MLB draft despite not playing college baseball, so a club may eventually pick Fields anyway.

1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson

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    Height/Weight: 6'6", 208 lbs

    High School: Cartersville; Cartersville, Georgia

    247Sports composite ranking: No. 1 overall (No. 1 pro-style QB)

    Signed with: Clemson

    1 Thing to Know

    Trevor Lawrence won two state championships and then set several Georgia records during his senior season. He racked up 14,352 passing yards and 161 touchdowns while at Cartersville. The former record-holder? Deshaun Watson.

    The 5-star quarterback has enrolled early, bolstering a quarterback room that already includes Kelly Bryant and Hunter Johnson.


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