Top 20 uncommitted prospects in the 2013 class

Standout players continue to weigh their options before National Signing Day. Dave Miller

Print This December 18, 2012, 04:00 PM EST

11. WR Stacy Coley: Northeast High School; Oakland Park, FL
Miami (FL) is hotly pursuing the 6-1, 173-pounder, but Florida State and Ole Miss continue to be in the mix as well. He is a smooth runner and has good height and length. He just needs to add strength to his frame.

12. ATH Kendell Beckwith: East Feliciana High School; Jackson, LA
The 6-3, 225-pounder played both quarterback and defensive end — yes, QB and DE — in high school and is one of the more intriguing athletes in this class. He can be successful at the next level as a dual-threat QB, receiver, defensive end or outside linebacker. As a defender this season, he recorded 91 tackles, including 23 for loss, and 17 sacks. He will declare his college choice at the Under Armour All-America Game, with Alabama and LSU the likeliest options.

13. S Antonio Conner: South Panola High School; Batesville, MS
The 6-2, 200-pounder has five schools that he plans to visit in January, but his decision will likely come down to Ole Miss and Alabama. Mississippi State, Georgia and LSU are also in the mix, though. I think he will stay in-state and continue his high school's pipeline to Ole Miss.

Derrick GreenThere has been a lot of buzz about Derrick Green landing with Michigan.

14. RB Derrick Green: Hermitage High School; Richmond, VA
The 6-foot, 215-pounder is a bruiser who has very good speed and explosiveness. His top six reportedly consists of Michigan, Auburn, Tennessee, Oregon, Ole Miss and Miami (FL). There has been a lot of recent buzz about the Wolverines landing his services.

15. S Tahaan Goodman: Rancho Cucamonga High School; Rancho Cucamonga, CA
The 6-2, 184-pounder grew up a USC fan, but scholarship limitations may prevent him from becoming a Trojan. UCLA has been gaining ground, and Tennessee has not yet been eliminated.

16. S Priest Willis: Marcos De Niza High School; Tempe, AZ
The 6-2, 199-pounder has very good size for the safety position but has the speed and range to play corner as well. He's a physical athlete who holds a lot of offers, but he is attracted to LSU and has a long relationship with Tigers secondary coach Corey Raymond.

17. WR Jordan Cunningham: University School of Nova South; Fort Lauderdale, FL
The 6-1, 175-pounder has good athleticism and speed and is not afraid of making a tough catch. Cunningham has good awareness of surrounding defenders and has good body control. Oklahoma State, Notre Dame, Miami (FL), Alabama and Stanford are in the mix.

18. ATH Max Redfield: Mission Viejo High School; Mission Viejo, CA
The 6-2, 181-pounder was formerly committed to USC, and the Trojans remain in the race to land his services. Redfield de-committed from the Trojans roughly three weeks after his official visit to Notre Dame, but USC coaches recently had an in-home visit with him. Redfield maintains that he already knows which school he'll choose, but he does not plan to make it public until the Under Armour All-American game.

19. S Vonn Bell: Ridgeland High School; Rossville, GA
The 6-foot, 190-pounder is versatile enough to play at a high level at cornerback because he has good ball skills and good speed. But he's also a hard hitter who can play well at the safety position. He is down to Alabama, Ohio State and Tennessee. The Crimson Tide may have the edge, but look for Butch Jones to do his best to bring him to Knoxville.

20. RB Alex Collins: South Plantation High School; Plantation, FL
The 5-11, 195-pounder is a former Miami (FL) commitment who recently visited Florida. The explosive athlete will visit the Hurricanes, and Arkansas could be in play as well because Bret Bielema recruited him when he was at Wisconsin.

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