Predicting where top 2021 college football recruits will land

Defensive end Korey Foreman, the third-ranked prospect in the Class of 2021, decommitted from Clemson in the spring and has yet to recommit. ThreeStep

There are two-and-a-half weeks until college football's early signing period starts on Dec. 16. It's going to be a unique signing day for coaches, as has been the case for nearly every other aspect of recruiting this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Some teams will be prepping for their game being played that weekend. There won't be big, booster-filled celebrations because of COVID-19 restrictions. But despite the recruiting dead period and the lack of official visits over the past several months, signing day will happen, and the majority of the top prospects are expected to sign.

As of now, only 36 ESPN 300 prospects have not made a commitment. Not every one of those recruits will sign in December, but the majority of them will come off the board in December or early January.

To help get an idea of where some of these top recruits will end up, here are predictions for five of the top uncommitted prospects in the ESPN 300.