Semper Fi: The East's Uncommitted

David Williams

Nine of the 50 players on the East squad in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl remain uncommitted, and FOXSportsNEXT takes a look at each of those players.

The East team is packed with players from North to South, but many of them are already committed to schools.

However, nine players are yet to make their college decisions, and FOXSportsNEXT takes a look at those players from the East yet to pledge. The prospects are listed in alphabetical order.

Alex Collins, RB, South Plantation High, Plantation, Fla.
Skinny: Collins already made official visits to Wisconsin and Florida State, but the trip to Big Ten country came before coach Bret Bielema bolted for Arkansas. Miami and Florida are also in consideration for the talented 5-foot-11, 207-pound five-star running back. Changes to coaching staffs is impacting Collins' recruitment, and it could come down to a late decision on where he feels the most comfortable with a staff.

Zach Cunningham, OLB, Pinson (Ala.) Valley High
Skinny: Cunningham had a big senior season (192 tackles) and saw his interest spike with schools, and Auburn was an interesting newcomer when he picked up an offer a few weeks ago. He is scheduled to make an official visit in January. Alabama, Clemson, Mississippi, Oregon and Tennessee are among other schools in contention for Cunningham, who is 6-4, 210 pounds. He likes Alabama the most, but his offer is as a grey shirt, which he is not feeling at this time.

Jermaine Grace, OLB, Miramar (Fla.) High
Skinny: Grace made an official visit to Miami earlier this month and he left with the Hurricanes as his leader. He still is looking at Louisville, Florida, Texas A&M and Tennessee, but visits are yet to be set for those schools. He plans to announce on signing day, which gives him plenty of time to fit in the other visits and Miami another month to hang on.

David Kamara, CB, Grayson High, Loganville, Ga.
Skinny: The one-time Clemson commit is still considering the Tigers, but others are also in play. Kamara recently said Ole Miss, Maryland and LSU are also in contention, although he is yet to make plans for official visits to those schools. Georgia also stopped in to see him this month, but there is a strong feeling his decision could be tied to that of teammate and the nation's No. 1 player, Robert Nkemdiche.

Justin Moody, DL, George Washington High, Philadelphia
Skinny: Moody made his first official visit when he went to Pittsburgh a few weeks ago and he left with a very strong feeling toward the Panthers. His stock has wavered with several programs. Syracuse is also in the mix and he is also considering Purdue.

Joshua Outlaw, OT, King High, Lithonia, Ga.
Skinny: Outlaw visited Utah in mid November but could become a factor with Georgia if the Bulldogs show more interest. At one time he was committed to Florida, but he pulled that back to look at other options. Another possible suitor is West Virginia.

Laray Smith, RB, Xaverian Brothers, New York
Skinny: Smith has talked a bit about announcing his decision during the game, but that may not happen since he is still going through the process with other schools. However, since Oregon doesn't appear to be ready to offer, Smith's main focus is on Syracuse, which is his leader after an early December official visit. Tennessee and West Virginia are also under consideration.

Landry Tullo, OLB, Hoover (Ala.) High
Skinny: Tullo is looking to make a name for himself in the game and create a buzz in hopes schools move late and offer a scholarship. The 6-foot, 185-pounder made 131 tackles in leading Hoover to the Class 6A state title.

David Williams, RB, Imhotep Charter, Philadelphia
Skinny: The four-star Williams already visited Arizona State and has trips set to Penn State (Jan. 11) and South Carolina the following week. He is also looking at a trip to Miami on Jan 25, but it is yet to get settled. The Gamecocks appear to be the leader, but other schools could move into contention in January.

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