The final event involving the 2023 class will officially take place this Wednesday, February 1, as the nation’s remaining uncommitted prospects will take center stage for 2023 National Signing Day. A list of names that is headlined by a pair of five-star prospects, here are a few decisions in particular that SEC fans should be watching for this Wednesday.
Which decisions should SEC fans watch for during 2023 National Signing Day?
The first of those two five-star prospects is Robinson, who is considered as the No. 1 tight end in the 2023 class out of Pinnacle High School in Arizona. A two-sport standout, one who could also be selected in the upcoming 2023 MLB Draft, Robinson has interest from multiple schools, with Georgia, Texas, and USC likely among the top of that group.
The other uncommitted five-star prospect is Harbor, who is rated as the nation’s No. 1 ATH in the 2023 class out of Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington DC. One of the fastest players in the 2023 class regardless of position, South Carolina is likely the SEC program to watch for Harbor, with out-of-conference teams such as Maryland, Michigan, and Oregon joining the Gamecocks.
Robinson previously isn’t the only notable tight end to watch for on 2023 National Signing Day, as the same can be said for Lyons, a four-star prospect out of Folsom High School in California. As was the same with Robinson, Georgia is likely the SEC program to watch for alongside others such as BYU, Stanford, USC, and Utah.
Jeremiah Cobb and Shamar Easter
In conclusion, there are two notable players that have been committed to their schools that will be officially signing this week in Cobb and Easter. Cobb, an Auburn commit, is a four-star running back out of in-state Montgomery Catholic, while Easter, an Arkansas commit, is a four-star tight end out of in-state Ashdown.