SEC Football: The Top 10 Signees of the Early Signing Period

These were the SEC's biggest signees of the Early Signing Period.

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6. DL David Stone (Oklahoma)

Oklahoma's top recruit in the class as they get ready to head into the SEC is David Stone out of IMG Academy, who is also a former in-state player from Del City HS in Oklahoma City. Stone is the No. 9 overall player, No. 2 defensive lineman, and the No. 3 player out of the state of Florida (would've been the top player out of Oklahoma) in the class.

A pass-rushing specialist at 6'4, 280 pounds, Stone has some flexibility to play multiple positions along the DLine. Stone is Oklahoma's eighth highest rated recruit ever, landing right in between two guys from last year in Jackson Arnold (7th) and Adepoju Adebawore (9th).

5. LB Justin Williams (Georgia)

The No. 2 ranked player out of the state of Texas and the No. 1 linebacker in the class, the ultra-speedy Williams heads to Georgia from Oak Ridge HS in Conway, TX. Williams could be next in line on the list of speedy and athletic UGA Linebackers in recent years that has included the likes of Roquan Smith and Nakobe Dean.

Williams was High School teammates with fellow Georgia signee and fellow 5-star Joseph Jonah-Ajonye (who wasn't far off of our list). Williams ranks as the No. 8 overall player in the class. He has a strong mix of speed, athleticism, and size. Williams is the tenth highest recruit in Georgia history.