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Top unsigned 2023 recruits after the All-American games

Wg0vf-nP_400x400by:Keegan Pope01/08/23


With the Early Signing Period in the rearview mirror and the major all-star games wrapped up, we’ve reached the final stages of the 2023 recruiting cycle. The overwhelming majority of top recruits have signed with their school of choice — and many have already enrolled. But a select few are waiting things out. Here are the top 2023 unsigned recruits in the On3 Consensus rankings following the All-American games:

5-star CB Cormani McClain – Miami commit
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 3
The Skinny: McClain proved to be the shocker of National Signing Day as he opted not to sign with Miami as originally planned. While he remains committed to the Canes, Colorado and Deion Sanders have also entered the mix as Sanders tries to land the nation’s top cornerback for the second year in a row. McClain said he plans to sign on January 15, but on that date, he’s only able to sign a non-binding financial aid agreement. The next time he can sign his National Letter of Intent is February 1.

5-star athlete Nyckoles Harbor – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 18
The Skinny: A talented two-way player, Harbor plans to sign in February. He has taken official visits to MarylandMichigan and South Carolina but recently announced he’ll take his final official visit to Oregon at the end of this month. Michigan currently holds the lead for his commitment according to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine.

5-star TE Duce Robinson – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 21
The Skinny: It seems to be a three-horse race between Texas, Georgia and USC to land a commitment from Robinson. While USC has been the long-time favorite, Georgia and Texas have both made strong pushes to be firmly in the mix to make things interesting.

4-star CB Rodrick Pleasant – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 94
The Skinny: USC again seems to be the heavy favorite to land a commitment from Pleasant, who is scheduled to take an official visit to see the Trojans later this month. Oregon, UCLA and others are also still in the mix, but USC is expected to get the final visit from the two-sport star.

4-star RB Jeremiah Cobb – Committed to Auburn
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 122
The Skinny: Cobb has been committed to Auburn since July 1 and plans to sign with the Tigers in February with the rest of his high school teammates.

4-star athlete Mikal Harrison-Pilot – Committed to Houston
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 124
The Skinny: Harrison-Pilot committed to the Cougars during the All-American Bowl, and he’s expected to sign with them when the second signing period opens in February.

4-star TE Walker Lyons – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 128
The Skinny: Lyons decommitted from the Cardinal after head coach David Shaw stepped down but he recently returned to Stanford for an official visit. USC and Georgia are squarely in the mix as well, with the Bulldogs receiving a prediction from On3 Director of Recruiting Chad Simmons earlier this week to land Lyons.

4-star TE Shamar Easter – Committed to Arkansas
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 152
The Skinny: The top-ranked prospect in Arkansas, Easter first committed to the Razorbacks since last August. However, South Carolina entered the picture in recent weeks heavily following a visit the weekend before Christmas. Easter will take one final official visit to Arkansas on Jan. 15 before making his final decision.

4-star DL Zavion Hardy – Committed to South Carolina
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 209
The Skinny: Hardy has been committed to South Carolina since August 21 but did not sign with the Gamecocks on National Signing Day. According to the On3 RPM, South Carolina remains the heavy favorite to keep his commitment.

4-star WR Taeshaun Lyons – Committed to Washington
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 218
The Skinny: Lyons was a late commitment for Washington’s 2023 class choosing the Huskies over MiamiOregon and Notre Dame on December 16.

4-star safety Warren Roberson – Committed to TCU
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 222
The Skinny: Roberson has been committed to the Horned Frogs since October 31 choosing TCU over FloridaOklahoma StateSMU and USC. However, he is still yet to sign his National Letter of Intent with the Horned Frogs.

4-star LB Andrew Harris – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 300
The Skinny: Harris decommitted from UCF alongside his brother Michael on Dec. 18. The two figure to be a package deal and schools like MarylandMichiganMichigan State and Pittsburgh are all in the mix.

4-star DL Kendrick Gilbert – Committed to Purdue
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 331
The Skinny: Gilbert has been committed since Aug. 28, but Kentucky has recently taken over as the favorite to sign him, according to the On3 RPM. Former Purdue coach Jeff Brohm is now at Louisville and took defensive line coach Mark Hagen with him. Hagen was the primary recruiter in Gilbert’s recruitment, giving the Wildcats an opportunity to flip him.

4-star WR Ja’Kobi Lane – Committed to USC
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 351
The Skinny: Lane has been a solid USC commitment since August 26, but the talented receiver recently deactivated his Twitter account and did not sign with the Trojans on National Signing Day. He is the only one of the Trojans’ 20 pledges who did not sign.

4-star LB Michael Harris – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 355
The Skinny: Harris decommitted from UCF alongside his brother Andrew on Dec. 18. The two figure to be a package deal and schools like MarylandMichiganMichigan State and Pittsburgh are all in the mix.

4-star LB Leviticus Su’a – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 382
The Skinny: The Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei four-star linebacker announced on Dec. 21 that he will make his commitment on Jan. 20. He is choosing between ArizonaStanford and UCLA. The On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine has Arizona and Stanford atop his recruitment.

4-star DL Cameron Brandt – Committed to Stanford
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 390
The Skinny: Brandt has been committed to Stanford since late July, but he opted not to sign with the Cardinal after David Shaw’s departure. Michigan is expected to host him for an official visit this month, according to The Wolverine’s EJ Holland.

4-star WR Demitrius Bell – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 395
The Skinny: Bell named a top four of Alabama, Ole Miss, Georgia and Kentucky back in October, but he didn’t sign with any of those programs in December. The one-time Michigan State commit also visited Michigan in October, but hasn’t announced any plans for a February decision just yet.

4-star RB L.J. Martin – Committed to Stanford
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 400
The Skinny: Martin committed to Stanford all the way back in June, but was another top recruit who didn’t sign with the Cardinal after David Shaw stepped down as head coach. Texas Tech was at one time considered the favorite to land him, but all has been quiet on the recruiting front with him in recent months.

3-star IOL William Spencer – Uncommitted
On3 Consensus Ranking: No. 435
The Skinny: The Louisville (Ky.) New Albany Senior three-star interior offensive lineman named his top four schools on Christmas Day: KentuckyLouisvilleMichigan State and Mississippi State. He hasn’t locked in a date yet for his final decision.