Most players in the class of 2015 have already committed, but there are still a few high-profile names waiting until national signing day to make their decision. These three offensive linemen are the cream of the remaining crop, and will have an instant impact on whatever program they choose.
3. OT Isaiah Prince
High School: Eleanor Roosevelt HS
Hometown: Greenbelt, MD
Considering: Maryland, Alabama, Ohio State
We thought Prince was off this list after he committed to Alabama last week, but it sounds like the #1 player in the state of Maryland had second thoughts almost immediately. Not long after pledging his signature to the Tide, Prince backed off, planning another visit to Maryland and claiming his real decision won't happen until National Signing Day. With Prince (a 6'6, 272-pound tackle) clearly torn, we don't expect a resolution until national signing day next week.
2. OG Josh Wariboko
High School: Casady School
Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK
Considering: Oklahoma, UCLA, Ohio State
A four-star guard out of Oklahoma City, Wariboko is one of the most physically imposing players in his class. He stands almost 6'4 and weighs in at about 315, and he's widely considered the top high school senior in the state of Oklahoma.
The Sooners are unsurprisingly interested, but Wariboko is also being heavily recruited by UCLA. Jim Mora's Bruins are believed to be in front, but Ohio State is also in the picture as we inch closer to National Signing day next week.
1. OT Martez Ivey
High School: Apopka HS
Hometown: Apopka, FL
Considering: Florida, Auburn
A once-in-a-generation OT prospect, Ivey has the size (6'5, 275 lbs), skill and technique to be a dominant tackle at the college level and beyond. The #2 overall prospect in the Class of 2015, Ivey is deciding between Auburn and Florida as he prepares to make his decision. The Gators are believed to have the edge at this point in time, but this race is still very much undecided.
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