Final Leg of Race for Uncommitted Recruits

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We're just a week from National Signing Day and, as usual, there is plenty of drama with schools fighting for recruits. This week's Top 10 list: the biggest battles for top uncommitted recruits. NOTE: These are the top-ranked recruits from the 247 Top 100, and the list does not include players who are "committed" but still appear to be up for grabs, such as the nation's No. 2 recruit, DE Chris Jones, who has been committed to Mississippi State for months but just took a visit to Ole Miss last weekend.

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