The EDGYTIM.com Class of 2016 Top 50 recruit rankings are on the board. Who are the five best undecided recruits on that list?
Lake Forest Academy offensive tackle Thomas Schaffer. Listed as an offensive tackle, this three-star recruit has offers from schools as a defensive end, and Schaffer prefers playing defense at the college level. He has been looking hard at Wisconsin, Stanford and Oregon. Schaffer, who hails from Austria, spent the summer at home before returning back to Lake Forest Academy for the current school year. Schaffer has only visited Wisconsin (unofficially) so far and is planning to make at least a few official visits before making a college choice.
Phillips defensive end Amir Watts. Watts, who played at De La Salle last season before transferring to Phillips in the spring, was verbally committed to Western Michigan up until a week ago when he decided to re-open his recruiting process. Watts, a three-star athlete, has seen his recruiting skyrocket since the spring and is looking at the likes of Syracuse, Tennessee, Rutgers, Kansas, Kentucky, Pitt and Minnesota. He has offers from all of them except for Tennessee and Minnesota.
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Sacred Heart-Griffin athlete Albert Okwuegbunam. “Albert O” has nearly 20 major D-I verbal scholarship offers this season and was expected to make a verbal commitment by now. Okwugebunam, a three-star athlete, has made just a handful of unofficial visits this summer and was seen to be leaning toward Missouri.
Homewood-Flossmoor wide receiver Kendric Pryor. This three-star talent also saw his recruiting stock rise steadily since the spring. Pryor has made just a few unofficial visits so far and was leaning toward Iowa, Iowa State and was drawing new interest from Pitt and Wisconsin. Both of them are very much in the mix. Pryor could end up making a few official visits before making a final decision.
Homewood-Flossmoor guard Desmond Bland. Bland, a three-star offensive lineman, has already stated that he doesn't plan to make any college decision until National Signing Day on Feb. 3. Bland has made an unofficial visit to Indiana and has an offer from the Hoosiers. Expect more schools to come in this fall and winter. Bland is also expected to make some official visits after the season before making his college choice.