2020 College Football Recruiting Commitments

By Corey Long – @CoreyLong
Updated May 6, 2019.

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May 5

QB D.J. Uiagalelei (Bellflower, CA) commits to Clemson
Clemson’s weekend of blue-chip commitments was capped with Uiagalelei, the top quarterback prospect in the nation and someone who will be expected to step in for Trevor Lawrence after the 2020 season. Uiagalelei has elite arm talent, the type of arm talent that will easily translate to the next level and beyond. He’s a pocket passer, but he’s a modern pocket passer; he plays out of the gun and understands how important movement within the pocket is. Uiagalelei’s biggest strength is is size (6-6, 235) and confidence to stand in the pocket and deliver the pass regardless of what’s going on around him. He has an good sense of the rush and when it’s coming, but he doesn’t allow it to force him into mistakes. With his addition to Clemson’s class, the Tigers claim to No. 1 is clear cut.

Clemson’s current class: A+

DB Joe Perkins (Madison, MS) commits to Colorado
Perkins becomes the second Colorado commitment in the Class of 2020, and Mel Tucker and his staff were able to pull away a prospect from the Gulf coast who has very good size (6-1, 200) and the upside that Tucker will have to identify in his early classes. Perkins is a little raw, but he has good athleticism and a new skill set to refine.

Colorado’s current class: C-

WR Malachi Wideman (Sarasota, FL) commits to Florida State
Wideman is a very good athlete who gives the Seminoles another nice commitment for the weekend after landing Jayion McCluster earlier. Florida State needs offensive skill in this class, and Wideman looks like a talented prospect and fierce competitor who can earn his way on the field over time. Wideman isn’t a finished product, but he has plenty of tools to become an effective, productive receiver.

Florida State’s current class: B+

May 4

DE Fadil Diggs (Camden, N.J.) commits to Texas A&M
Texas A&M had a top five class in 2019, but the Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies staff have been kind of quiet so far. That should change considerably over the summer when the Aggies run one of the best summer prospect camps in the nation. Diggs, a top-five prospect in New Jersey, has the length that’s necessary for a dominant edge rusher. He has a tremendous first-step and is explosive off the snap. He’ll continue to improve his overall game with coaching and development but the upside is significant here.

Texas A&M’s current class: B

OL Peter Skoronski (Park Ridge, IL) commits to Northwestern
Northwestern’s staff deserves all kinds of credit for their aggressive recruiting efforts with this class. Skoronski was a Notre Dame lean and appeared all set to commit to the Fighting Irish during his official visit in mid-June. But on Saturday, he went to Northwestern and gave Pat Fitzgerald a big notch with in-state recruiting. Skoronski is a two-way lineman who wins battles up front because he sees the field and can diagnose the play quickly. He’s aggressive, but he’s not aimless. He has advanced footwork and is physically where he needs to be. Northwestern has a top-10 offensive line class right now.

Northwestern’s current class: B

May 3

RB Demarkcus Bowman (Lakeland, FL) commits to Clemson
Bowman was a heavy lean to the Florida Gators until the start of April when Clemson began gaining momentum, and now the Tigers get his commitment a couple of days before top quarterback prospect D.J. Uiagalelei is expected to make his decision between Clemson and Oregon. Bowman is the top running back in the Class of 2020. He has great explosion and underrated power in his 5-foot-9 frame. Bowman doesn’t do a lot of dancing around in the backfield either; he is all north-south and uses that 4.45-4.5 speed to move the chains and rack up big yardage. The rich get considerably richer here as Clemson has my No. 1 class in 2020.

Clemson’s current class: A+

OT Altrique Barlow (Virginia Beach, VA) commits to TCU
Barlow plays tackle in high school, but at his current size (6-3, 350), he’s almost a lock to move inside unless he gets a little more length and can play right tackle. Barlow has good strength with dominating ability in the run-blocking game. He’s tough for a defensive lineman to get away from once he gets his hands on him. Barlow will have to drop some bad weight and improve his footwork, but there’s time for him to do that.

TCU’s current class: C

May 1

LB Jayion McCluster (Largo, FL) commits to Florida State
McCluster had been a strong Florida State lean since the start of 2019 and finally decided to become part of the Seminoles’ promising class. McCluster has great family lineage; his cousin is former NFL running back Dexter McCluster. Jayion McCluster is a top-300 prospect in the nation and should develop into a physical, heady inside linebacker. It’s a solid in-state pickup for Florida State

Florida State’s current class: B

OT Josh Priebe (Edwardsburg, MI) commits to Northwestern
Priebe gained some major recruiting traction in the past month with offers from Ohio State, Auburn and several other programs, so this is a major grab for Northwestern. Pat Fitzgerald and his staff have built a strong offensive line class, and Priebe gives them another tackle with good upside who looks like a perfect fit for the right side.

Northwestern’s current class: B-

April 30

OT Jimmy Christ (Sterling, VA) commits to Virginia
Christ is a promising prospect who should grow into a long-armed starting left tackle over the next couple of years. He’s not quite a blue-chip prospect, but Christ is a high-end red-chip prospect who has the potential to take the next step because he looks good physically and has some great raw tools to work with. He’ll have to get a lot stronger and develop his footwork, but overall he has solid upside.

Virginia’s current class: C-

DE Benjamin Key (Cranbourne, AU) commits to Mississippi State
Key will be a sophomore at East Los Angeles College with the likelihood of joining the Bulldogs in the spring of 2020. Key was a second-team all-conference selection with East L.A. as a freshman. His size (6-5, 285) stands out, as he could probably play the outside or the interior. Key has yet to visit Mississippi State but was won over by the program’s history and success with junior college transfers.

Mississippi State’s current class: C+

April 29

LB Antoine Sampah (Woodbridge, VA) commits to LSU
Sampah is a high-caliber blue-chip linebacker in this class, and his commitment keeps LSU rolling. As of now LSU, Alabama and Clemson have easily separated themselves from the pack in the race for the best recruiting class. Sampah chose LSU over Clemson, Alabama, Miami and Penn State. He’s a physical player who can lay on a big hit, but he’s also fundamentally sound. Sampah understands that the big hit is nice but making the tackle is most important, and he doesn’t let many ball-carriers escape his grip.

LSU’s current class: A

ATH Drew Sanders (Denton, Texas) commits to Alabama
Alabama grabs one of the highest-profile defections of the 2020 class, as Sanders flipped to the Crimson Tide from Oklahoma, where he had been committed to since 2017. As a tight end prospect, Sanders draws high comparisons to players like Hunter Henry. However, he has decided to play defense and is being recruited as an outside linebacker to Alabama. Sanders is a great athlete, one of the top players in the class, and is clearly confident that he can make the switch.

Alabama’s current class: A

OT Aaryn Parks (Fort Washington, MD) commits to Penn State
The Nittany Lions staff is building an impressive offensive line class, and Parks, a top-20 player at the tackle position, is another nice prospect with high upside to add to the haul. Parks has great size (6-5, 290) and is a very good athlete, leading to the potential of playing any positions up front. As it is, I expect he’ll play one of the tackle positions, and there, he is strong with his hands and is good on initial contact.

Penn State’s current class: A-

S Myles Slusher (Broken Arrow, OK) commits to Oregon
Head coach Mario Cristobal promised that Oregon would recruit nationally, and he has held to that word, as Slusher becomes the Ducks’ seventh commit in the 2020 class from five different states. Slusher is a top-200 player nationally, and he has good instincts that probably translate to free safety or possibly cornerback in the right situations. He can read the field well and always seems to know where the ball is.

Oregon’s current class: B+

QB Tyler Van Dyke (Glastonbury, CT) commits to Miami
This was a bit of a surprise on all areas, as most had Van Dyke pegged to Syracuse. The Hurricanes get a solid pocket quarterback who also plays baseball. Van Dyke has solid accuracy even though his balls can sail from time to time. He shows good command in the huddle and sees the field well. The arm talent is definitely present and just needs to be refined in places.

Miami’s current class: B

WR Rashawn Williams (Detroit, MI) commits to Indiana
For the Hoosiers to advance from plucky underdog to legitimate spoiler/contender in the Big Ten, they needed a few difference-makers in recruiting. Williams is one of the best players in the region, and the Hoosiers staff had to beat out a lot of conference competition for his commit. Williams brings that Detroit toughness to the field. He is strong and aggressive, and he’ll fight for the football. His size (6-1, 185) is good enough to be on the outside or in the slot. Williams will bring the attitude that Indiana’s program is looking for.

Indiana’s current class: C

April 27

WR Rakim Jarrett (Washington, D.C.) commits to LSU:
This commitment definitely comes as a shock with Jarrett’s recruiting seemingly trending toward Ohio State. Jarrett is a top-five receiver prospect and top-25-overall prospect nationally. He is an explosive athlete who seems to do everything pretty well. His top-end speed is impressive, and he is an advanced route runner. In LSU’s offense, Jarrett could be especially intriguing because of his ability to play outside or in the slot. In the slot is where Jarrett could develop into the best wide receiver in the nation. LSU currently has the top projected wide receiver class in 2020, and it’s not even close. This a big-time commitment for Ed Orgeron and his staff.

LSU’s current class: A

OT John Young (Louisville, KY) commits to Kentucky:
Coming off of a 10-win season, it’s opportunity for Kentucky to put together a solid recruiting class in 2020. In order to do that Mark Stoops and his staff need to secure the top in-state prospects. Young is one of the top linemen in Kentucky and a legitimate top-300 prospect nationally who chose the Wildcats after an official visit over the weekend. Ohio State, Louisivlle and Michigan were among the players for Young, a sound blocker with a big frame who can play tackle on either side.

Kentucky’s current class: B

LB Ruben Hyppolite II (Hollywood, FL) commits to Maryland
Hyppolite has the size (6-0, 225) to be a tough inside linebacker, but with his athleticism and speed (4.55), he can play the outside and stretch plays out from sideline to sideline. Hyppolite is going to be a physical presence on the field and someone who can be relied on to play with maximum effort. Like most players from south Florida, Hyppolite plays with a big chip on his shoulder, and he brings that attitude to the field.

Maryland’s current class: C+

WR/ATH Jaylon Barden (Macon, GA) commits to Pittsburgh
The first thing that stands out on film for Barden is his hands. He’s got solid hands and seems to make all the tough catches, and he doesn’t mind going into the tough areas to make the catch. He isn’t a burner, but he has some quickness to his game. Barden, however, knows that his calling card is making tough catches and running routes to the sticks, helping the offensive move the chains.

Pittsburgh’s current class: C-

DE Jordan Mitchell (Tyrone, GA) commits to Maryland
Mitchell has good natural strength and some good functional strength. He’s an aggressive player who can do good work with his hands. I’d like to see more explosion out of him, and Mitchell could do a little more to come off blocks, but he’ll develop his technique over time. Mitchell could also gain weight and move inside as a three-technique. Maryland’s current class: C+

April 26

CB Luke Hill (Baltimore, MD) commits to Oregon
Oregon continues to recruit from coast to coast and lands Hill from Baltimore over Michigan, Clemson and other suitors. Hill is a real good-looking athlete who can run and lives for the challenge of a one-on-one battle on the outside. Hill is a strong player, but he could be a little more physical, it will suit him well in the Pac-12. Hill’s impact on a team could go beyond corner; he might contribute on the return team as well.

Oregon’s current class: B

DL Akelo Stone (Savannah, GA) commits to Georgia Tech
Stone has good size, and although he’s listed as a defensive end, I think he’s going to continue to grow and will probably be moved inside. In a perfect world, he could play along the line and give Georgia Tech some scheme versatility. On film, he shows a lot of good raw tools and a good motor. He’ll have to develop some more technique, but he can win battles on effort.

Georgia Tech’s current class: C

April 25

QB Tee Webb (Cartersville, GA) commits to Louisville
As many programs try to find their quarterback commits before the universal start of high school spring football (May 1), we’re seeing a run on commits in the final weeks. Louisville needed an arm and Webb (6-4, 180) needed a program. Webb is a good athlete who can run very well, but he is also learning how to throw on the run. His throws on the run are better than his throws from the pocket, where he looks like he’s aiming the ball more than throwing it.

Louisville’s current class: C-

CB Keontae Jenkins (Virginia Beach, VA) commits to TCU
Jenkins is a natural slot corner who plays bigger than his size (5-10, 165) and should fit in well to challenge the high-volume passing attacks in the Big XII. Jenkins can run and turns well, and he can challenge for the ball at a high point. He is not afraid to mix it up and get involved in a physical game if that’s what it takes. A solid competitor.

TCU’s current class: B-

DL JaQuari Wiggles (Atlanta, GA) commits to Georgia Tech
Wiggles comes from the well-regarded Mays program in Atlanta, and he’s listed as a defensive end, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he grows into an interior lineman. Either way, he’ll provide scheme versatility, which is a big point of emphasis for the new Georgia Tech staff as Geoff Collins tries to change the roster from the style of play under Paul Johnson. Wiggles plays tough; he doesn’t always make the right move initially, but he hangs in on the play.

Georgia Tech’s current class: C

April 24

CB Derek Bermudez (Jacksonville, FL) commits to Florida State
Bermudez is a little undervalued as a prospect in my opinion, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the opinion of him jump considerably after the summer evaluation period. Bermudez has great length (6-2, 180), but he’s also good with his reaction time on shorter routes. His size comes in play when it’s time to play the deep balls in the air. Bermudez challenges everything he sees and plays with confidence.

Florida State’s current class: B

ATH Cedric Gray (Charlotte, N.C.) commits to North Carolina
Gray is an interesting athlete. Some programs were looking at him as a receiver, but the staff at North Carolina saw his frame (6-2, 195) and believe he will continue to put on weight and end up as a linebacker. If Gray can become a safety/linebacker hybrid, that might be his best spot because his hands are good and could be useful in the secondary. He will find a way on the field.

North Carolina’s current class: B-

April 23

DT Bryan Bresee (Damascus, MD) verbally commits to Clemson
There are some commitments who shake the needle and others who move the needle. This one could potential blow up the needle. Bresee is likely the top defensive line prospect in the nation, and 247Sports has him as the No. 1 overall player in the Class of 2020. I expect at least seven players from Clemson’s 2018 defense to hear their names called over the weekend with the 2019 NFL Draft. The Tigers staff has done a good job at recruiting beneath those players with players like Xavier Thomas and K.J. Henry, both blue-chip recruits from the Class of 2018. But Bresee could be the beginning of a defensive line recruiting class that would rival some of the best in the history of recruiting. As for Bresee, the first things that show up on the film are his hands and how well he uses them to get past blockers and get through the line. He has a dynamic first-step, and he gets off the snap as well as any defensive line prospect I’ve seen in the past couple of years. Bresee has true game-changing potential at the position and is the centerpiece of a top recruiting class.

G Trent Pullen (Waco, Texas) verbally commits to Oklahoma State
The Cowboys got a commitment from Pullen, an underrated linemen who was also considering Baylor and Arkansas. Pullen needs to continue to develop in all areas, but he has a good foundation for success. Right away, the effort shows up on film, and he has a decent initial punch, and he drives his legs well. He’s built from the bottom up, and could probably play either guard position or center if it’s decided that position is his best fit.

April 22

G Nicholas Dawkins (Allentown, PA) commits to Penn State
Dawkins is a good athlete and it’s not a surprise that he comes from athletic lineage as his father was former NBA player Darryl Dawkins. He is quick off the line, which tells me that he might project out just as well as right tackle or even center. Dawkins has good footwork and a nice leg drive to help him control the blocks.

April 21

TE John Copenhaver (Roswell, GA) commits to North Carolina
Copenhaver is a nice receiver who will continue to grow from his current size (6-3, 215) and find a niche as a good pass-catching tight end who can stretch the middle of the field. As he grows, he should improve his strength as a blocker as well.

April 20

WR Jermaine Burton (Calabasas, CA) commits to LSU
Burton is big-time wide receiver prospect, arguably top five in the nation. Burton has great size (6-1, 195) and plays a big wide receiver’s game. If he can gain a physical edge on a cornerback, he will beat them up. He’s got speed (4.45), and he makes plays. He can battle for the ball in traffic, but he can also rack up big yards after the catch. Burton might be the next great LSU wide receiver.

WR Kris Hutson (Bellflower, CA) commits to Oregon
On film Hutson, a one-time USC commit, makes his biggest statements with his ability after the catch. He might not be as fast as he looks, but he understands how to get quick separation and he runs very tight, precise routes. Hutson’s teammate is quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei, one of the top quarterback prospects in the class. If Oregon can land both, it would be a great haul.

CB Jalen Harrell (Miami, FL) commits to Florida State
The Seminoles have had some recruiting hits and misses under head coach Willie Taggart, but they have done a good job of landing defensive backs. Harrell gives Florida State a much-needed longer cornerback (6-2, 18) who can match up athletically and physically with the bigger receives in the ACC.

G Akinola Ogunbiyi (Sugar Land, Texas) commits to Georgia
Ogunbiyi chose Georgia in what became somewhat of a head-to-head battle with Oklahoma after he backed off a commitment to Texas A&M earlier in the spring. Ogunbiyi is a straight-up mauler in the run game, and when he gets his hands on a defender, it’s going to be a rough night. A great addition for Georgia and someone who should find success on the interior line.

April 19

LB Jaden Navarrette (Norco, CA) commits to Oregon (flip from LSU)
Navarrette committed to LSU earlier in April, but it was going to be a tough hold for the Tigers. Luckily, this wasn’t a long, drawn-out battle, as Navarrette committed to Oregon after attending the Ducks’ spring game. This is a big athlete (6-3, 230) with some scheme versatility to play multiple spots in the front seven. I like the idea of keeping Navarrette on the outside more than in the box and even growing into more of a edge rusher.

LB Josh White (Houston, Texas) commits to LSU
White was an early commitment to Oklahoma State but backed off that in January. First and foremost, White plays fast and he plays downhill, but he also plays under control. Right now, he can win battles with speed and athleticism because he’s a little undersized (6-1, 200). But he’ll add plenty of mass and strength to go along with his athletic skills to make a very formidable defender in the SEC.

DE Josh Griffis (Bradenton, FL) commits to Florida State
Griffis still has a lot to learn in terms of his technique and timing, but he’s fairly new to the position and what he lacks in fundamentals, he makes up for in just moving forward. He’s got some developing to do, but as long Griffis continues to chase the football, he’ll make plays at the next level. Griffis was committed to Florida initially but backed off several weeks ago.

DB Brian Branch (Tyrone, Ga.) commits to Alabama
Branch gets high marks as a defensive back and a wide receiver in high school, but he’s likely to be a free safety in college. He has really good ball skills, seems to see the field well and has a good understanding of the fundamentals of the position. A good pickup for the Crimson Tide, who haven’t been as strong recruiting in Georgia over the past 2-3 years.

April 18

LB Jordan Botelho (Honolulu, HI) commits to Notre Dame
Notre Dame’s hot run in recruiting continued Thursday by pulling the commitment of the top prospect in the state of Hawaii away from several Pac-12 suitors – Washington, Oregon, UCLA. Botelho is listed as an inside linebacker, but the film seems to tell the story of a young man who could develop into an edge rusher in college. As it is, he’s a very versatile athlete who could contribute at a couple of positions.

WR Jay Maclin commits to Missouri
The cousin of Jeremy Maclin will try to continue the legacy at Missouri. They are very different players, however. The younger Maclin is probably set up to be much more effective moving around from the slot to the outside and seems like he’s comfortable in both areas.

WR Tyree Saunders commits to South Florida
Saunders looks like a bit of an underrated prospect, and it’ll be interesting to see if his offer sheet picks up over the summer. As it is, South Florida got the jump on a wide receiver who is continuing to grow physically and already has decent speed – 4.55-4.6. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see Saunders develop into a big-play threat as an outside receiver.

April 17

CB Jalen Kimber (Arlington, Texas) commits to Georgia
Kimber is a legitimate top-20 prospect in Texas, and this commit might be the start of what could be a very fruitful spring/summer for the Bulldogs. Kimber has good speed – 4.45-4.5 – and plays bigger than his 6-foot-0, 175-pound frame. He has a high football IQ and seems to understand how to read a quarterback’s tendencies.

S/LB Darius Snow (Lewisville, Texas) commits to Michigan State
Snow is a cross-sport legacy to the Spartans – his dad is former Michigan State and NBA basketball player Eric Snow. Darius Snow (6-0, 213) going to grow into a hybrid linebacker/strong safety who will offer some scheme versatility. I see Snow as a solid defensive back who can play close to the line of scrimmage.

April 16

WR Mike Wyman (Greensboro, N.C.) commits to South Carolina
The Gamecocks made Wyman their top target at wide receiver from the start of the 2020 cycle, and though Wyman visited several schools in the southeast and planned an official visit to Oklahoma – that he later canceled -, he always felt the love at South Carolina. Wyman (6-4, 195) is best in the red zone right now, but he’s going to develop into a No. 1 or No. 2 outside receiver.

DB Bud Clark (Alexandria, LA) commits to Virginia
Clark is a pretty versatile player, and it’s a surprise for a prospect with this sort of upside to get away from the SEC. Their loss, however, will be Virginia’s gain, as Clark can play any position in the secondary and will likely be an early contributor.

April 14

CB Dontae Manning (Kansas City, MO) commits to Oklahoma
Manning became the sixth commitment in the Oklahoma recruiting class of 2020. He has good size (6-0, 180) and even better length for the cornerback position. Kansas State tried to get in the picture, but Manning was already leaning to the Sooners and pulled the trigger after an official visit over the weekend.

April 13

DT Cole Brevard (Carmel, IN) commits to Penn State
If James Franklin is going to take Penn State to the next level and really compete for championships, he’s going to have to win recruiting battles for region players like Brevard. Clemson was hot on Brevard (6-3, 300), and for good reason, because this is a big man who moves well and really works on the fundamental aspects of playing on the interior line.

April 8

DT Lamar Goods (Oakdale, CT) commits to Kentucky
Goods is one of the top prospects in the New England region. He can play nose guard, and at 6-foot-4, 290 pounds, he’s going to easily climb over the 300-pound mark and become an athletic player who can take up space.

WR Jadon Thompson (Chicago, IL) commits to Illinois
Illinois desperately needs to continue to improve the talent on the roster under Lovie Smith, and Thompson, a top-five in-state prospect is the type of player the program needs to keep home. Thompson (6-2, 155) needs to add on size and strength to compete in the Big Ten, but he has good raw ability and ball skills.

April 6

WR Jordan Johnson (St. Louis, MO) commits to Notre Dame
Johnson decided his first official visit would be to Notre Dame, and it turned out that was all he needed to make a verbal commitment despite Alabama, Florida and others coming after him. Johnson has good size (6-2, 180) and shows the full complement of skills necessary for a top-end wide receiver. He is one of the top-five wide receiver prospects in the nation.

TE Mark Redman (Newport Beach, CA) commits to Washington
This a big pull for Washington, as Redman was gaining a lot of steam with recent offers from Alabama, Ohio State, LSU, USC and others. Redman is a three-down player who has all the tools as a receiver and the physical aspect a guy his size (6-5, 240) will need to have as a blocker in the run game.

April 4

LB Lucas Finnessy (Sussex, WI) commits to Minnesota
Finnessy (6-3, 225) wanted to play in the Big Ten and hopped on the first offer he got from a conference school. Finnessy is going to play on the inside, and he has good tackling form and should be tough against the run. He’s probably not a good enough athlete to play in cover in too many situations.

March 23

WR Josh Jackson (Harbor City, CA) commits to USC
Jackson stuck with his lean to USC, despite wide receivers coach Tee Martin leaving the program to go to Tennessee. On film, the one thing that sticks out about Jackson is that he knows how to get open and find space in the defense to make plays.

March 20

WR Jeremiah Johnson (Homerville, GA) commits to Florida
It wouldn’t surprise me to see Johnson (6-6, 215) grow into being a tight end and stretching out the middle of the field along with being a big target in the red zone.

March 14

WR John Humphreys (Newport Beach, CA) commits to Stanford
This is a nice year for big wide receivers. Humphreys (6-5, 210) might actually grow into a tight end as he puts on size and muscle.

March 2

WR Traeshon Holden (Baltimore, MD) commits to Alabama
The belief was that Alabama wouldn’t focus on the beltway area as much after Mike Locksley left the staff to be the head coach at Maryland. But Alabama goes where it wants and recruits who it wants and grabbed a top-10 prospect from Maryland.

WR Justin Robinson (McDonough, GA) commits to Georgia
Robinson is a big target (6-4, 200) who will be a solid addition to this class. He’s not going to be the No. 1 receiver on the board, but he’s an in-state prospect who will offer depth.

February 24

WR J.J. Evans (Montevallo, AL) commits to Auburn
Auburn had been a solid favorite for the top-10 in-state prospect, and the Tigers were able to secure a verbal commitment from Evans before the end of February.

WR Keenan Hambrick (Athens, AL) commits to Kansas
In Les Miles’ pro-style offense, the wide receivers have to be big, physical and willing to block. Hambrick (6-4, 190) is the type of prospect who will buy into Miles’ system and take as much pride in downfield blocking as he will in catching passes.

February 13

WR Josh Downs (Suwanee, GA) commits to North Carolina
Mack Brown and his staff continue to restock the wide receiver position. Downs (5-10, 165) is a high-volume slot guy who can also contribute in the return game.

February 9

WR Ray Grier (Belmont, N.C.) commits to North Carolina
North Carolina needed more quality depth at wide receiver and guys who can really contribute in the red zone. Grier isn’t going to blow by anyone with 4.7 speed, but he’s 6-foot-1, 205 pounds and can create space in small spaces.

February 8

WR Ze’Vian Capers (Alpharetta, Ga.) commits to Arkansas
It was a big start for Arkansas to kick off the 2020 recruiting cycle by taking this talented pass-catcher from Alpharetta, Ga. and beating out SEC rivals South Carolina and Tennessee for his commitment. At 6-foot-3, 195 pounds, Capers gives the Razorbacks a nice receiving prospect who can line up outside and be physical against SEC defensive backs.

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