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Where Things Stand With 2022’s Top 20 Football Recruits

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Now that I’m done looking at the recruiting classes for each Power five conference, it’s time to look at the recruits. Over half of the top 20 recruits on the 247sports composite are still uncommitted. The schools that the committed prospects have pledged to are a mix of the ones you’d expect and some that are a little surprising.

That’s the thing with recruiting, no matter what fans and the media think it’s the kid’s decision of where to go. They will go where they feel is the best fit for them. Now, let’s take a look at which of the top 20 is committed and who still needs more time.

  1. Travis Hunter, CB, Florida State commit: Hunter has been committed to the Seminoles since March. Even with the team’s struggles this year, he and follow commit Sam McCall recently tweetedabout being excited to enroll in January. Florida State may have a future All-American coming soon.
  2. Walter Nolen, DL, Uncommitted: Nolen took to official visits in June to Michigan and Florida. In October, he officially visited Texas A&M and will visit Tennessee in November. There is no set commit date for him yet.
  3. Evan Stewart, WR, Uncommitted: Stewart also took two officials in June to Florida and Texas. He took another official in October to Texas A&M. He also has no set commit date as of right now.
  4. Travis Shaw, DL, North Carolina commit: Shaw committed to the hometown Tar Heels back in August.
  5. Luther Burden, WR, Missouri commit: Burden was committed to Oklahoma for a while, but decommitted in August. He recently committed to the Tigers in October. This was a big win for Missouri, which needs a player like Burden to help compete in the SEC.
  6. Domani Jackson, CB, USC commit: Jackson has been committed to the hometown Trojans since January. Despite that, he recently visited Michigan and has another visit set for Alabama. This could be something to watch later on.
  7. CJ Hicks, LB, Ohio State committed: Hicks has been committed to the hometown Buckeyes since May.
  8. Shemar Stewart, DL, Uncommitted: Stewart has taken two officials, so far, one to LSU in June and one to Texas A&M in October. No timetable on his commitment yet.
  9. Zach Rice, OT, North Carolina commit: Rice committed to the Tar Heels in October. He is the second top 10 commit for North Carolina, joining Travis Shaw.
  10. Gabriel Brownlow-Dinby, DL, Oklahoma commit: Brownlow-Diney committed to the Sooners in October.
  11. Harold Perkins, LB, Uncommitted: Perkins took officials to both Texas and Texas A&M in June. He will commit during the Under Armour All-American game on January second.
  12. Devon Campbell, IOL, Uncommitted: Campbell has officially visited Alabama, Oklahoma, and USC. He has officials scheduled in November to LSU and Texas.
  13. Denver Harris, CB, Uncommitted: Harris took officials in June to Alabama, LSU, and Texas.
  14. Kelvin Banks, OT, Oregon commit: Banks committed to Oregon in June. Penei Sewell was drafted in the top 10 in 2021, and the Ducks may have another tackle that could be drafted high in the future.
  15. Malaki Starks, LB, Georgia commit: Starks has been committed to the hometown Bulldogs since March.
  16. Will Johnson, CB, Michigan commit: Johnson has been committed to the hometown Wolverines since February.
  17. Jeremiah Alexander, Edge, Alabama commit: Alexander committed to the hometown Crimson Tide in September.
  18. Jahiem Singletary, CB, Uncommitted: Singletary officially visited Ohio State and Georgia in June. He will have another visit in December to Florida.
  19. Josh Conerly Jr., OT, Uncommitted: Conerly has only visited one school, that was Michigan in September.
  20. Kamari Wilson, Safety, Uncommitted: Wilson took two officials in June, one to LSU and the other to Texas A&M. He visited Georgia in September.

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