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Where Will the Top High School Football Stars Be Headed After Graduation?

Posted on 21. Feb, 2014 by in NCAA

With National Signing day coming up soon, many college football fans are wondering where the nation’s top NCAA football prospects will be playing in the fall. The country’s best high school football players have likely been talking to recruiters for a couple of years now, and while some have already signed with the college of their choice, others are still undecided as to where they will spend the next four years.

Marlon Humphrey could possibly be the No. 1 uncommitted recruit in the country. He is an all-star corner back that is set to graduate from Hoover High School in Alabama. With offers from Alabama, Michigan State, Auburn, Georgia, Clemson, South Carolina, Florida State, and other schools with some of the best football programs around, it’s no wonder that fans seem to be waiting with baited breath to see what he decides.

Another cornerback that has been scouted by universities across America is Adoree’ Jackson. As a player from southern California, it is possible that Jackson will decide to play for USC or UCLA, but with offers coming in from top schools like Florida State and LSU, it is hard to say whether he will stay close to home or sign with a championship-winning program elsewhere.

Utah-native Dalton Schultz has been called the top tight end in the nation and is the second-best overall player in the state. He will graduate as a member of the class of 2014 from Bingham High School and has been scouted by Stanford, USC, Notre Dame, and his home town’s University of Utah. Just like many of the other top NCAA football prospects, Schultz will have to decide whether he wants to go to school near home and family or try his hand at a bigger school out of state.

With so many top NCAA football prospects still uncommitted, it is no wonder that fans and supporters are anxious for signing day to arrive so that they can get excited for what is to come this fall.

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