1. Malachi Dupre, River Ridge (La.) John Curtis
Dupre has a top four of Alabama, Florida State, LSU and UCLA, with Ole Miss hoping to earn an official visit as well. Most do not expect the No. 1 receiver prospect in the country to go too far from home, so the Bruins are a longshot at best right now. The Seminoles have a connection in a former John Curtis player on the strength and conditioning staff. Alabama would love to add Dupre to its class, but barring any unforeseen surprises, LSU is the prohibitive favorite to land the five-star wideout at the Under Armour All-America Game Jan. 2.
2. Speedy Noil, Edna Karr (La.) New Orleans
The top four schools in contention are Florida, LSU, Texas A&M and USC, but the Trojans might be in limbo with the coaching change. Florida will get Noil on campus this weekend, but the Gators are not a serious contender for the five-star either. The Aggies got Noil on campus for the game versus Alabama, and while he enjoyed it, Texas A&M is not considered the favorite. Noil is willing to leave the state if he finds a school that throws the ball and makes him feel comfortable. But with LSU throwing the ball with tremendous success this season, the comfort level in having his cousin Frank Wilson recruiting him, and the strong likelihood that his teammate and fellow five-star Gerald Willis will sign with the Tigers, Noil has those same qualities in his own backyard. Even though he admits to being bombarded about LSU from all directions, in the end, it would be a huge surprise if Noil does not announce his intentions to stay in-state at the Under Armour All-America Game Jan. 2.
Not sure who this other dallastiger is but that asshat needs to change his handle...I can't have him bringing down my rep