Within the last several months players have been committing to their top choice school, but a few of the nation's top prospects still remain undecided. Here are the top five college football prospects who are still on the market as uncommitted talent according to Rivals.
5. Bru McCoy
Bru McCoy is a 6-3 ATH out of California who is heavily favored to join the USC Trojans. McCoy plays two positions, linebacker and wide receiver, and should be able to contribute at either position for Clay Helton's squad right away in 2019.
4. Quavaris Crouch, ATH
Quavaris Crouch is a 5-star prospect out of Charolette, North Carolina who stands at 6-3 and weighs 238 pounds. Crouch has proven to be an impactful player on either side of the ball as he dominates at positions ranging from running back to linebacker. As a junior, Crouch totaled 3,142 yards with 31 touchdowns ultimately leading Harding University to a 4-A state championship. He also racked up 42 tackles and 14 sacks throughout his brief appearances on defense.
3. Kayvon Thibodeaux, DL
Kayvon Thibodeaux is a 5-star 6-5, 235 pound defensive end out of Westlake Village, California. He has proved to be a disruptive and physical player. As a junior, Thibodeaux tallied an incredible 99 tackles of which 28 were for loss. Thibodeaux currently has a long list of offers but some of his top schools are Alabama, Florida State, and LSU.
2. Darnell Wright, OT
Darnell Wright is a 5-star offensive tackle out of Huntington, West Virginia who stands at 6-6, weighing a substantial 290 pounds. He is massive and incredibly athletic making him the center of attention for nearly every national power. Some of Wright's top schools include Miami, Alabama, Tennessee, and Clemson.
1. Derek Stingley, CB
Derek Stingley out of Dunham School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is a 5-star cornerback who is viewed as a plug-and-play prospect. He has revealed his top schools to be LSU, Florida, as well as Texas but has not disclosed a definite date by which he plans to commit. He is arguable one of the best athletes to come out of Louisiana in years. He finished last season with 64 tackles and 11 interceptions.