The final push for college football recruiting arrives on Wednesday with the top unsigned prospects making their commitment decisions for good.
While most top college football recruiting prospects already made their college decisions back in December, there are still some big fish waiting to bite.
The February Signing Day is a chance for those elite prospects to shine while also setting the course for their futures in football.
Where will the top recruits land?
Predicting where the top 10 unsigned recruits commit on Signing Day
10. TJ Dudley
Four-star linebacker TJ Dudley was an Oregon commit but he backed off his pledge after Mario Cristobal’s departure. Since then he’s taken official visits to Clemson and Florida with the Tigers picking up steam.
9. Caden Story
Caden Story is another defender whose recruitment changed after he decommitted from Auburn. Now it’s a race between the Tigers and Florida and Clemson. While the four-star defensive lineman appeared to have a good visit to the Gators, Clemson may have the edge in the 247Sports Crystal Ball.
8. Dave Iuli
Four-star offensive lineman Dave Iuli will decide the outcome of the Mario Cristobal Bowl on Wednesday. USC should be on the table but really it’s between Cristobal’s current gig in Miami and his old one in Oregon. Iuli was committed to the Ducks before backing out in late December. The Hurricanes are the safe pick.
7. TreVonte Citizen
It’s all south battle for four-star running back TreVonte’ Citizen out of Lake Charles, Louisiana. His final four include Auburn, Florida, LSU and Miami. Auburn offensive coordinator Austin Davis just stepped down so that’s not ideal. It’s anyone’s game but home state advantages go LSU’s way.
6. Christen Miller
Christen Miller opted not to sign in December, giving Georgia, Miami, Ohio State and Oregon time to continue their pursuit. The four-star defensive lineman is heavily linked to the Bulldogs, especially with his friend Mykel Williams signed on.
It’s possible he’ll make a surprise decision and leave home, but it doesn’t seem likely.