Top 20 Uncommitted Recruits in the 2025 Cycle - See Which Schools are Leading!

Top 20 Uncommitted Recruits in the 2025 Cycle - See Which Schools are Leading!

The latest recruiting update has brought a fresh wave of anticipation as official visits are underway. Currently, more than half of the top 300 prospects in the 2025 cycle have already committed, leaving room for exciting developments in the coming months.

Despite the quarterback position being an exception, there is still a wealth of top talent available across various positions as we head deeper into June.

Here's a rundown of the top 20 uncommitted recruits in the 2025 cycle and the schools that are currently leading the pack according to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine (RPM).

At the top of the list is David Sanders, a standout offensive tackle from Providence Day in Charlotte, who is generating interest from schools like Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio State, and Clemson.

Next up is Dakorien Moore, a dynamic receiver from Duncanville in Texas, drawing attention from in-state powerhouse Texas along with LSU.

Following closely is Elijah Griffin, a disruptive defensive lineman from Savannah Christian Prep in Georgia, with Georgia holding a significant lead over South Carolina in the recruitment race.

Another notable name to watch is DJ Pickett from Zephyrhills in Florida, a versatile defensive back with offers from LSU, Miami, Georgia, and Oregon.

On the offensive line front, Ty Haywood from Denton Ryan in Texas is catching the eye of Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

Jonah Williams from Ball in Galveston, Texas, is garnering interest from Oklahoma and Texas A&M as a top safety prospect.

Michael Fasusi from Lewisville in Texas is another promising offensive tackle prospect with a strong interest from Texas and Texas A&M.

For fans of good ball-winners, Caleb Cunningham from Choctaw County in Ackerman, Mississippi, is currently leaning towards Mississippi State with Auburn in the mix.

Wide receiver prospects Kaliq Lockett from Sachse in Texas and Jaime Ffrench from Mandarin in Jacksonville, Florida, are sparking interest from multiple schools with strong programs like Texas, Ohio State, LSU, and Florida in the mix.

Defensive tackle prospect Andrew Babalola from Blue Valley Northwest in Kansas is projected to lean towards Stanford with Oklahoma also in consideration.

Meanwhile, the talented tight end prospect Linkon Cure from Goodland in Kansas is likely headed to Kansas State, with Oregon showing some interest as well.

These uncommitted recruits represent the future of college football and are poised to make significant impacts wherever they choose to take their talents.

Stay tuned for more updates on the recruiting landscape as these young athletes navigate their college decisions.

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